PowerDMARC Introduces a New Function for Monitoring Reputation

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PowerDMARC, a SaaS platform for email authentication and domain security with a worldwide clientele, has recently introduced Reputation Monitoring as an additional functionality.

Known as RBL (Real-time Blackhole List) or DNSBL (DNS Blocklist), this new feature enables domain owners to keep an eye on their emails, domain names, and IP addresses in more than 200 DNS blocklists. Being blocked from one or more of these DNS lists may lower a brand’s search engine visibility, decrease email engagement and conversion rates, and damage the credibility and reputation of the brand.

A domain may end up on a DNS blocklist due to several mistakes, including having a high spam score, repeatedly attempting phishing or spoofing, and sending out explicit content in messages.

Read More: PowerDMARC Launches New Reputation Monitoring Feature

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