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Styling your images in case they are disabled

December 21, 2010

Rather annoying isn’t it , when you have designed an email knowing that a minority of your customers will have images disabled. In most email clients you can style the image even if images are disabled… What do we mean by this? Most images are… Read more..

Posted by Joel Jarman
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Ready, Steady…Email into 2011

December 17, 2010

Whether you are ready for it or not, 2011 is nearly here and it’s the traditional time of year to offer perspective and prophecies on what you need to do, in order to make the next 12 months a success. As choice and clutter increase,… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley

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Apex – an Event Management solution that generated valuable new business

December 16, 2010

Apex has over 20 years experience working in IT, giving them a sound understanding of the many challenges and constraints facing IT professionals. They are a trusted IT partner to many clients and offer experience in a variety of business sectors, including, retail, logistics and… Read more..

Posted by Paul Latham

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The trouble with e-cards

December 6, 2010

Since we began designing, promoting and sending Christmas e-cards in 2004, they’ve become more and more popular each year. Our clients love them because they’re cheaper than traditional cards, better for the environment and the interactive format means you can check whether your customers opened… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley
Topical email

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