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discussion 3 Creative Ways to Improve Images in Your Emails [GFX]

2. Show it in real-time. If you’re providing live information to your list via email, it’s essential you update this information accordingly to reflect the accurate time. Dynamic, bold images can be used to do this effortlessly and effectively, keeping your audience in-the-know every single time they reopen your email—something they’re likely to be hugely grateful for as it saves them the task of having to find the information themselves! [...] [more]
campaignmonitor.com    Design, Customization

discussion Image Caching in Webmails – Alarm for your Email Metrics?

Recently Yahoo! Mail announced that they have changed how they handle embedded images in emails. Similar to the bold move by Gmail in 2013 to adopt image caching, Yahoo! will now cache all the images and display them from their own proxy servers. Webmails like Gmail and Yahoo! implemented this to greatly improve email load speed and reliability, but it throws a monkey wrench into the works for email marketing. [...] [more]
emailmonks.com    Intelligence, Marketing

discussion 3 examples of email personalization gone wrong [GFX]

If you work in digital marketing, chances are good you've heard some version of the following adage: "Personalization is everything." It's true. Today's consumers expect relevant, personalized interactions with brands, and if they don't get them, they won't hesitate to seek out a different option. But just because personalization is the cornerstone of effective marketing doesn't mean that EVERY instance of email personalization is a good one. In fact, there are plenty of ways that—if done incor [...] [more]
myemma.com    Gallery, Customization

discussion New Mail, Calendar, and People experiences coming to Outlook.com

Last year, we launched the Outlook.com beta to bring you a faster, smarter, and more personalized inbox. We’d like to thank the millions of people who opted into the beta over the last six months and provided valuable feedback. We’re wrapping up the first phase of the beta by rolling out the new Mail experience to all Outlook.com users and launching new beta experiences in Calendar and People. Let’s look at what you can expect to see in Outlook.com in the coming weeks: [...] [more]
office.com    Marketing

discussion [Podcast #95] Litmus Community Q&A Rapid Fire [MP3]

In the 95th episode of The Email Design Podcast, Kevin Mandeville and Jason Rodriguez answer recent questions from the Litmus Community in a rapid fire format, including topics on CSS inlining, email client market share tracking, iOS 11 scaling, and more. Be sure to follow along and join in the discussion on Twitter using #EmailDesignPodcast. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design

discussion Yahoo! Mail Introduces Image Caching—What Marketers Must Know

Here's everything you must know about image caching in Yahoo! Mail and how it can impact your email metrics and the use of dynamic content.  [...] [more]
litmus.com    Intelligence, Marketing

discussion Inside the Overlap Between Omnichannel and Personalized Experiences in Retail

Technology has created a complex customer journey. Today’s consumers use an average of almost five touchpoints on the path to purchase, moving between the digital and physical worlds. How can a brand master the omnichannel experience? There are a few factors, according to L2’s new Intelligence Report. Brands must have seamless integrations between channels and expedited shipping options. They should also utilize cutting-edge technology that adds to the customer experience, such as augmented reality [...] [more]
sailthru.com    Multichannel, Study

discussion What does good IP Reputation get you?

IP Reputation Still Matters, a little. This doesn’t mean senders can, or should ignore IP reputation. Even Gmail looks at IP reputation a little bit. The place IP reputation is primarily used during the SMTP transaction. Good IP reputation does lead to less rate limiting. Senders with good IP reputation can send more mail faster than senders with poor reputation. But once the SMTP transaction is over, IP reputation is just a small factor in a large pool of variables. [...] [more]
wordtothewise.com    Deliverability

discussion The Top 3 Corporate Event Invitation Emails [GFX]

If you compare the top 10, most catchy event invitation emails in your inbox, you’ll definitely discover that they have much in common. In this post, we break down the anatomy of a successful, highly [...] [more]
medium.com    Gallery

discussion Are You Distracted by the Wrong Email Metrics?

There is a difference between the email metrics aligned with business success and those that manage the campaign process. Here's how to focus appropriately. [...] [more]
iterable.com    Intelligence

discussion AOL and Yahoo merge could impact your email delivery and MTA

Postmastery engineers work on a daily basis in trying to avoid delivery issues. In this article an overview of the impact on email delivery and email delivery infrastructure of the latest changes at Yahoo and AOL. Based on some quick reviews, Postmastery engineers saw that senders who had bad delivery to AOL will now see improved delivery if they had good delivery to Yahoo. Senders who had bad delivery to Yahoo and good to AOL, will probably experience the reverse. [...] [more]
postmastery.com    Deliverability

discussion Relevanz macht Marketing glücklich

Tue Gutes und rede darüber. Wer als Unternehmen erfolgreich sein will, braucht neben guten Produkten auch Bekanntheit. Diese kauft sich ein Unternehmen, indem es Werbung schaltet: Paid Media. Besonders schlaue Unternehmen aber setzen auf kostenlose Werbung, indem sie sich ihren guten Ruf „verdienen“: Earned Media. Das Geheimnis lautet „Relevanz“. [...] [more]
email-marketing-forum.de    From, Marketing

discussion Oxfam: The Important Relationship Between Trust & Email Success

In the DMA UK’s recently released Consumer Email Tracker report, one in five respondents said they would mark an email as spam because of: 1) loss of trust with the sender’s brand; 2) a negative customer experience, or; 3) they simply no longer like the brand in question. Consumers may have no issue specifically with a brand’s email program. However, if they are negatively disposed for other reasons (e.g. bad press), and their next touchpoint with that brand is an email, they will be more likely to [...] [more]
returnpath.com    Deliverability

discussion How not to replace email

As of a month ago, the Apache Wave project is “retired”. Few people noticed; in the seven years that Wave was an Apache Incubator open source project, it never had an official release, and was stuck at version 0.4-rc10 for the last three years. Before being handed off to Apache in 2011, Wave was a Google product, first announced in 2009. Google made Wave fully accessible to the public in May of 2010, but announced they would no longer be developing it just three months later. [...] [more]
thesharps.us    Marketing

discussion Forrester Wave: Cross-Channel Campaign Management Q1/2018

Emarsys has expanded its midmarket CCCM business globally, and now about 10% of its more than 2,000 customers are enterprise organizations. It focuses on life-cycle marketing and personalized recommendations for eCommerce organizations, and it embeds marketer-friendly artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities in its intuitive UX. Its customers primarily use Emarsys for email and mobile retargeting today, but references indicated their plans to take advantage of its newer AI capabilities for [...] [more]
forrester.com    ESP, Multichannel, Study
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