What are the complaint rates for new domains/subdomains?

My question is: Are subdomains treated in the same way as new domains when used as the “from address” in broadcast messages? For example, if I use newdomain.mydomain.com versus brandnewdomain.com, will the complaints be carried over across the entire domain, thus affecting the subdomains, or are subdomains treated as brand new domains when used as the from address for email broadcasts?

The question is whether subdomains are treated the same way as new domains when using them as the “from address” in broadcast messages. The person believes that adding new domains to their autoresponder increases deliverability because the complaint rate is attached to the domain. They want to know if this also applies to subdomains. For example, would complaints carried over across the entire domain and affect the subdomains, or are subdomains treated as brand new domains when used as the “from address” for email broadcasts. This is a question for split testing.

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The answer to the question about sub domains being treated in the same way as new domains when using them as the “from address” in broadcast messages is not provided in the given text.

The question is about whether subdomains are treated the same as new domains when used as the “from address” in broadcast messages. The user wants to know if complaints are carried over from the main domain to the subdomains or if the subdomains are treated as brand new domains.

Based on the information provided, it seems that the user has confirmed that using new domains in the autoresponder can increase deliverability because the complaint rate is attached to the domain. However, the user is unsure if this same principle applies to subdomains.

To answer the question, subdomains are typically treated as part of the main domain. This means that complaints associated with the main domain can potentially affect the deliverability of emails sent from subdomains. It is important to keep in mind that different email service providers may have different rules and policies regarding domain reputation and deliverability, so it is recommended to consult with your specific email service provider for more accurate information.