Posted on Wednesday January 4th, 2012 by Tom Chiverton
We recently noticed some odd behavior with the Google Chrome and Internet Explorer web browsers, where we'd alter a resource like an image or SWF file, and although we would see the changes fine here, they wouldn't show up to anyone else for what looked like a random amount of time. Mozilla Firefox would also always see the changes, which made it even odder !
Now we've got to the bottom of it, read on to see how we fixed it and what we traced the problem down to.
Posted on Thursday January 5th, 2012 by Simon Hill
This post was originally posted on the DMA Email Marketing Blog
Early last year the DMA’s Legal and Best Practice hub and I published a whitepaper on Email Creative. It was never meant as a definitive guide to creating great email campaigns but more a collection of ideas to consider during the design process. The world of email is constantly changing both from the sender and the recipient’s perspective and as such we always need to be adapting how we design our emails for the best results. A template that worked well last Christmas may not achieve the same results this year, although that may not all be down to the creative.
Posted on Tuesday January 10th, 2012 by Stephanie Yates
Recently I celebrated my birthday and I received a flurry of texts, tweets and Facebook posts wishing me well, as well as a few real cards through the letterbox! I also got some emails from brands and businesses I’d subscribed to, who had cleverly used the data they hold about me to get in on the birthday fun.
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