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law Kein Einwilligungserfordernis für Mail Ad/Inbox Ad im Posteingang

Für die Werbung per E-Mail gelten bekanntlich strenge Voraussetzungen. In aller Regel ist eine Einwilligung des Empfängers erforderlich. In einem Streit unter Stromlieferanten tobt ein Streit um die Frage, ob das auch gilt, wenn im Posteingang von Kunden eines Freemail-Dienstes Anzeigen eingeblendet werden, die (nur) auf den ersten Blick so aussehen, als seien es E-Mails, letztlich aber klar als Werbung zu erkennen sind. Das OLG Nürnberg (Urteil vom 15.1.2019, Az. 3 U 724/18) hat diese Praxis nun [...] [more]
absolit.de    Law

discussion Troubleshooting Google Annotations

Just before the Christmas holidays, Google announced their new feature within Gmail called Gmail Annotations. It is no longer the wish of an Email Marketer to hit Gmail’s Primary inbox, but instead, to hit the place they once feared. The Promotions Tab. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

tactics Fallbacks for Interactive Email: How to Combat Limited Support for Interactivity

For the third year in a row, interactive email experiences were voted one of the hottest email design trends. So why don’t we see more interactive emails in our inboxes? For many brands, limited inbox provider support is the main reason they don’t send more interactive campaigns. You don’t have to fear limited support if you have a fallback in place. There are plenty of methods that help you create engaging, interactive emails where they are supported, while still guaranteeing a functional and [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design

strategy SendGrid’s 2019 Email Deliverability Guide [PDF]

Whether you send transactional emails or marketing emails, the one thing every business can agree on is that getting to the inbox is critical—which is where email deliverability comes in. The 2019 Email Deliverability Guide includes updates on: Gmail Tabs, Microsoft Filtering, Oath and Verizon Media Group, Privacy and Compliance [...] [more] 
sendgrid.com    Deliverability

tactics Promoting Meaningful Communication with Gmail Promotions Update

Last month Jordan Grossman, Product Manager from Google partnered with Litmus to unveil the Promotions annotations and how adding a promotions information will be used inside Gmail’s inbox, alongside other changes. As part of this update, Gmail provided more detail on how they will be bundling promotional mail. This includes groupings such as Top Deal and Expiring Soon. Though there has been a fair amount of discussion around the bundles and how they will work, most of the hype has been focused on [...] [more]
returnpath.com    Design, Marketing

antispam Spam does not bring us joy—ridding Gmail of 100 million more spam messages with TensorFlow

1.5 billion people use Gmail every month, and 5 million paying businesses use Gmail in the workplace as a part of G Suite. For consumers and businesses alike, a big part of Gmail’s draw is its built-in security protections. Good security means constantly staying ahead of threats, and our existing ML models are highly effective at doing this—in conjunction with our other protections, they help block more than 99.9 percent of spam, phishing, and malware from reaching Gmail inboxes. Just as we evolve [...] [more]
google.com    Spam

discussion Interview: How 250ok is Helping Marketers Optimize Email Performance

Being responsible for email deliverability, authentication, and reputation management isn’t something I enjoy about running an email program. But it is one of the areas I’m most serious about. Whether you are running a mature email program or in the early stages of building one for a growing business, you should strongly consider a proactive strategy for monitoring your inboxing placement rates, sender reputation, and subscriber engagement analytics. [...] [more]
medium.com    Tool, Deliverability

discussion 3 Email Marketing Trends to use in 2019

If you are sticking to your same old playbook of years past, you are missing out on the opportunity to create lasting relationships with subscribers. Try these 3 new trends to stand out in that crowded inbox in 2019! [...] [more]
sendgrid.com    Trend

discussion EmailDrips.com: Email Drip Campaigns for Inspiration [GFX]

Email Drips is the worlds first gallery with the best email drip campaign examples from the experts in your industry. Get inspired by examples of drip emails like webinars, product launches, free trials, onboarding, live events and more! Want more cool email strategies and email drip campaign examples in your inbox? Let us know where to send them [...] [more]
emaildrips.com    Automation, Gallery, Design, Tool

discussion LashBack Presentation at Mailcon January 2019 [PDF]

On January 5th, LashBack CEO Peter Wilson delivered an impactful presentation entitled “Building Long-Term Value in Email” at Mailcon in Las Vegas. Utilizing LashBack’s unique insights on email, the presentation focused on how the market is evolving -- with a clear need to focus on the consumer experience and what actions deliver long-term business value. Prioritizing best practices does not mean focusing only on optimizing message components and inboxing, it has to consider the consumer experience. [...] [more]
slideshare.net    Trend, Deliverability

tactics A quick and dirty guide to winning with Gmail ads

Email marketers love to brag about how email marketing is still one of the most effective digital marketing mediums. But what if you don’t happen to have tens of thousands of emails on hand? Or what if you want to get into the inboxes of new potential customers without…you know, breaking the law? Fortunately, there’s a fairly easy way to do this: Gmail ads. Now, I’m not trying to say that Gmail ads are as effective as your standard opt-in email marketing campaign. They’re not. But, if you want/need [...] [more]
searchengineland.com    Marketing

tactics Stand out with Gmail's new promotion tools

The inbox is a competitive place. Marketers strive to craft compelling subject lines which shine that little bit brighter than the rest. But only so much can be done with clever wording and look-at-me emoticons. Fortunately, Google has made the playing field more interesting. The Gmail application on iPhone and Android now supports email annotations. That sounds pretty dull, so let me rephrase it: it’s now possible to serve up additional content – including imagery – before an email has even been [...] [more]
displayblock.com    Design

tactics A Behind-the-Scenes Look at BrightWave’s 2018 Holiday Email

Since 2012, we’ve been using our annual holiday email to showcase innovative design techniques and advanced inbox interactivity–with plenty of festive flourishes to boot. You may remember our 2017 card, which gave viewers the ability to trigger four different animated scenes featuring BrightWave’s Chief Client Officer as Santa Claus, or our 2016 card for its long-scrolling animation, done entirely with CSS. These cards were certainly [more]
brightwave.com    Design, Video

tactics Inbox Audit: Abandoned Cart Edition [GFX]

When shopping online, many consumers prefer to compare products from different online retailers simultaneously to find the best deals. Once they find something they like, they’ll exit a few of those comparison sites with products still in their cart. Rather than viewing this as a loss, email marketers should see it as a prime opportunity to deploy a highly relevant triggered email. One of the [...] [more]
brightwave.com    Automation, Gallery, Conversionrate

discussion Do We Really Want Alexa Reading Our Emails?

Alexa, that pesky personal assistant from Amazon, has several new features, including the ability to read and reply to emails, according to reports. This is available on Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook and Live.com. In theory, this is a convenience for consumers. Alexa, when properly instructed and linked to other devices, can delete unwanted emails, archive others and clean up your inbox. All you have to do to get rolling is say: “Alexa, check my email.” [...] [more]
mediapost.com    Marketing
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