Here’s the problem. Unless your website is hosted on a completely dedicated server, with no other websites, you may stop receiving email messages from your contact form(s) at any time. And neither you, nor your prospective customers, will know there’s anything wrong.
If any of the websites that share your server are “bad neighbors,” your entire server IP address will be blacklisted. Your website will still be online and everything will function correctly, but when customers submit their information into your contact form, you’ll never receive the email. That’s because your email provider (e.g. Gmail, Office365, GoDaddy, etc.) will block all emails coming from your own website. That’s what IP blacklisting does. Continue reading “Do Customers Contact You Through Your Website? If So, You Need 43Leads.com” »