Something is terribly wrong concerning my emails sent to prospects. Here's the latest example: A few days ago I sent about 250 emails extracted from 100 websites. Shortly after submitting, I received about 15 notices about message defects (which is within the normal range), while the feedback messages about opening (reading) was just 6 (without any "Re:", of course), which is disastrous fact for me. The worst part is that this is already repeated several times (for example with my domains: NewYorkDentalServices.com and SiantPaulLawFirm.com - both now expired). Unfortunately, I got the impression that it becomes regular occurrence. To assist you in solving this enigma, I'll present here all relevant data related to my emailing. -Domain name: TopTeaBrands.com (hand-reg; 590 monthly searches on Google). Please note that at least 60% of prospects domain names are completely worthless in my humble estimate. -Email client: MS Outlook 2016 (has the ability to display the number of read emails) -Email provider: GoDaddy (Email Essentials based on MS Office) -Sending method: sending a group of 30 emails every 5 minutes (to avoid congestion) -Days of sending: Tuesday through Thursday -Sending time: 10.00 - 12.00 AM (scheduled time of receipt) -Subject line: "One more thing linked with tea industry" (before that: "Top Tea Brands" and "Tea brands" - all of them without quotes). Everyone with approximately the same open rates. -Body of email: very short but meaningful, concise, accurate, non-intrusive, in a friendly manner. -The target group of prospects: companies engaged in tea trade (wholesalers, dealers, shops, suppliers...). -Qualitu of send emails: unfortunately, the vast majority have type: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] (they are the most affordable), although there are about 20% - 25% of them with personal title. What to say after all? I'm pretty desperate. Each sending of emails represents a real nightmare for me. I can't explain myself so much indifference of prospects. Do any of you have an idea what to do to avoid such a poor open rate? I could use any good advice and personal experiences regarding ways of solving similar situations. Thanks in advance.