Anyone have current figures on email reading on their PC vs. tablet vs. mobile? I realize this is a basic question, so if there's some standing public research you can point me to, that'd be awesome, too.
"No matter how you slice it, email verification vendor comparisons are tricky and time-consuming for marketers … and the risk vs. reward ratio for the agency or ESP is not particularly attractive … yet the need for finding trustworthy and affordable list verification vendors exists. "
Email Innovation of the Week Winner!
"If you’ve ever used dotmailer's EasyEditor to knock up an email campaign, you’ll be right at home. And if you haven’t, then I think you’ll feel at home pretty quickly too (it’s entirely drag and drop, so the learning curve is pretty gentle). Very quickly and easily you can create columns, insert images, manage styles and manage background images."
Have you been wondering about advertising on Pinterest but have been hesitant because you think it's only for big brands? Well, hesitate no more. Pinterest has made the sponsored pins capability available to SMB advertisers over the last few months - as well as buyable pins just earlier this week.
With almost 122,500,453,020 emails sent every hour in India, email is alive and here to stay for long. While marketers across the globe are embracing advanced personalization in email, India is leaving no stone unturned to win the email game.
Introducing Connect Preference from Inbox Marketer. The Preference Center for All!
Connect Preference acts as a membership page that allows readers to manage their email subscriptions, demographic information, interests and preferences.
Why Vet new Clients? According to MAAWG: "ESPs take on significant risk every time a new customer sends email. A bad client can undermine the sending reputation for the ESP’s other clients as well as inflict abuse at recipient domains. When proper pre-send vetting is performed, ESPs can preempt damage caused by bad clients to both recipient domains and to their own sending reputation. " If you are building a client vetting program, the following is a list of some recommended resources, courtsey of OI member Andrew Bonar:
Looking for some examples of exceptional email-focused dashboards. Can be focused on engagement, delivery, or other email-related data presentation and manipulation metrics. Interested in seeing how various bits of data are presented, how they can be interacted with, what you like and dislike about them.