March 31, 2015
During the closing keynote of EEC 15, Sri Somanchi from Gmail’s Anti-spam team gave us a brief insight into an internal training session they held for their own marketing team. It covered the 5 steps of best practice for delivery to the Gmail inbox. Nothing… Read more..
March 25, 2015
Providing a good user experience, not only for desktop but also for mobile is crucial to keep your subscribers happy and interested. There are a few different types of mobile design so here’s a little breakdown of the different approaches… I see this in 3… Read more..
March 16, 2015
Sometimes we all forget to do things like taking your wallet out of your trousers before washing them, or picking up your pass before heading into work on a Monday. These things needn’t be a total disaster, and so neither should be forgetting to set-up… Read more..
Posted by Tom Chiverton
March 4, 2015
So you’ve proof read, edited and re-edited your copy, but rather than rush it online and consider it ‘job done’, your next step should be to make it as comfortable reading as possible so people stick with and concentrate on your message. Equally as important… Read more..
March 2, 2015
This is probably the most discussed topic from the closing keynote of EEC 2015 (see my previous post for a list of panel members). For a number of years it has been widely accepted (by most) that ISP’s use a recipients engagement with your email… Read more..
If you send email campaigns then you probably use a template. Not every email campaign…
May 12, 2017
Line height is not always consistent when viewing emails in Outlook. This is especially true…
March 1, 2017