Are your emails suffering from image suppression?

ISPs and email clients are strengthening their shields against spam, viruses and spyware. That’s why default image suppression is becoming the norm. Since the beginning of 2007 all major email clients are suppressing images in HTML emails by default.
Most email clients that automatically suppress images in a user’s inbox only do so when messages come from “unknown” senders (meaning those who aren’t in the recipients’ personal address books or contacts lists).  “Known” senders can usually expect their images to arrive fully displayed. 
Want your emails to have a better chance to arrive just like they’re meant to? Here’s the trick:  invite your recipients to add your “from” address to their address book. Simply add an explanatory sentence at the top of your email: “to ensure future delivery of our emails, please add to your address book”.

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