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The death of internal email

December 9, 2011

There are to be no more internal emails sent. Ever. Fortunately this only applies to one company, Atos. This technology giant is one of the first to impose a ban on internal emails to be brought in by 2014.  It seems radical and unimaginable at first.… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley
General, Topical email


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Corporate Christmas Ecards are back again

December 1, 2011

Talk of Christmas started back in August for Extravision, when we created our new corporate Christmas ecard range, and I’m happy to say that since then we’ve had lots of interest. It’s now 1st December and we can officially start the countdown. Decorations will be… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley
Topical email


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Trigged emails – are you making the right impression?

November 23, 2011

Being pretty new to the world of email marketing, I’m still learning, and every day I read a new article that gives me some more insight into what makes better email campaigns. But when I recently received a couple of rogue emails, I knew straight… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley
General


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Flash everywhere

November 18, 2011

As you may have heard, here at Extravision we will soon be releasing a beta of our new reporting application. One of the improvements we wanted to offer was to deliver a richer, more graphical and engaging experience, and we're delivering this using Flash. Although… Read more..

Posted by Tom Chiverton
New Features, Technology


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How to get your emails out of junk and into the inbox

November 17, 2011

I’m not sure about the rest of you, but a real bug-bear of mine is when I’ve spent several hours designing an email for a client, then getting the design signed off, then painstakingly turning the design into a html email, setting up the campaign,… Read more..

Posted by Steve Bossons
Tip of the month


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Segmenting your Subscribers

November 15, 2011

The smart segmentation of a database is the practice of making email messages more targeted to individuals by dividing subscribers into groups of people with similar likes.  In mailing lists you will find that there are people with many different interests and likes, so it… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley
General


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A world of junk

November 3, 2011

How many pieces of junk mail do you get through your letterbox each day?  I regularly struggle to open my door at night thanks to a flurry of unnamed ‘to the homeowner’ letters as well as takeaway menus and other mailings I don't want.  In… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley
Topical email


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WireDoo or WireDoon’t?

October 28, 2011

When I heard that MC Hammer was heading up a new search engine to rival the likes of Google and Yahoo, like most people I instantly thought, ‘ what a joke’!   But after a little while, curiosity got the better of me, and using… Read more..

Posted by Jenni Malley
Topical email


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The mobile landscape after iPhone 4S and iOS 5

October 20, 2011

One of the bigest current storys in the technology world is about Apple (again!) and their just released update to their phone and tablet O/S. iOS 5, as it is known, has a wealth of new features and toys to play with, and is paired… Read more..

Posted by Tom Chiverton
Technology


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Spam traps – What are they and what to look out for?

October 17, 2011

This post was originally posted on the DMA Email Marketing Blog The term spam trap gets used a lot in email marketing especially when talking about deliverability. They are difficult to spot, changing all the time and can seriously damage the reputation of the sender.… Read more..

Posted by Simon Hill
Technology


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