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discussion Reporting Litmus Live London

A one day conference dedicated to email marketing; with sessions covering innovative email development techniques, responsive design, content creation, testing strategy, production processes and [...] [more]
medium.com    Event, Design

tactics Optimising your email marketing - moving past A/B testing

To truly improve on your results and drive engagement you need to look even further than those two classic KPI’s. Quantitative data only goes so far! Any product manager/owner will tell you that you not only need to look into the data but also ask your users for feedback constantly! Net Promotor Scores and tools like Hotjar, Intercom, Usabilla or a good old fashioned interview give product owners the qualitative feedback they need. These product owner practices are practices us marketers can also [...] [more]
medium.com    Design, Marketing

tactics 5 Ways to Leverage Your Transactional Emails [GFX]

Transactional emails have never been regarded as the cool or flashy sibling to promotional emails. But, because nearly all eCommerce businesses have transactional emails set up, it’s crucial that they’re optimized to convert. If you’re a marketer and not taking full advantage of your revenue-generating transactional email readers?—?you’re seriously missing out. And we mean seriously. Gone are the days when these emails can be set and forgotten. It’s time to start optimizing, boosting the creativity, [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, Gallery, Study

tactics Pitfalls of coding emails — lessons learned (part 1)

I already had some experience involving the creation of (responsive) emails, but as it turns out with my latest project, there is still much to learn. You always keep your fingers crossed when you put your HTML to the test on whatever email testing platform you use, hoping the result isn’t too bad. You’d expect, being 2018, that email design would evolve over time like web design did, but no, it didn’t… If you ask me, it became even worse, looking back on the last decade. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

tactics Preparing Images for HTML Email templates

Using Photoshop to slice images. Planning the position of the slices in the design. Export sliced images via Photoshop. When to use different image types when exporting. Learn about Image Compression. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

discussion Email Design Trends [GFX]

Personalisation within image, Cinemagraphs GIFs, Contextual Targeting/Behavioural Targeting, Inverted pyramid [...] [more]
medium.com    Gallery

discussion WTF Just Happened To Your Inbox? (Looking at you, GDPR) [GFX]

Mine looked the same, and I bet yours did too. Yesterday (May 24th) at Mailjet, we processed and sent over 100 million emails in one day for our clients. That’s the most emails we have EVER sent in [...] [more]
medium.com    Gallery, Law

discussion How a CSS comment got me accused of sending spam

So it turns out Linode’s automated system has flagged this email as spam and tied it to me, because of the domain blog.jmwhite.co.uk being in the email and you guessed it, my domain blog.jmwhite.co.uk and indeed jmwhite.co.uk is hosted on the accused Linode server! What may have further pushed me into the crossfire here, is my DNS for the domain jmwhite.co.uk is also hosted at Linode and obviously tied to the same account the accused Linode server is on, so it looks like a bad case of mistaken [...] [more]
medium.com    Deliverability

tactics A step by step guide to make HTML email templates in Node.js

Designing HTML email is one of the difficult things in life. Even HTML emails are written in HTML with all language specifications, not all email clients support entire language spec. While the web and email are built on the same technologies (HTML and CSS), email applications don’t adhere to the same standards as web browsers. Each email application has its own rendering engine which determines what code is supported and how emails are displayed. For example, most email clients plainly ignore CSS [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

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

tactics 10 of the Greatest Email Tactics from 13 of the Greatest Onboarding Emails [GFX]

When you try a new tool? Well, you probably still want the same thing: someone to say hello to you, someone to tell you what’s up, someone to offer a hand if you need help. And there are many, many… [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, Gallery

discussion Don’t Lose Your Email Subscribers with a Standard ‘Unsubscribe’ Link [GFX]

Providing your subscribers with options when they click ‘unsubscribe’ is a win-win situation. Here are 3 great options and 16 examples. [more]
medium.com    Gallery, Customization

tactics Fonts and font-weights in Emails

Let’s admit it: emails are still a big thing in 2018. And I’m pretty confident it still will be in 2019. But even in the year 2018 emails are still pretty basic when it comes to modern HTML and CSS standards. Especially if you look to Microsoft. To start with the first chapter of a bunch we look at fonts. You probably already added a Google Font to your Newsletter and saw in the rendering that there is some pretty bad coverage. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

law CASL and cold messages. Opt-in is not that necessary.

Whenever I hear “with CASL in effect, all the marketing methods should basically remain the same” I imagine a surgeon saying “Well, buddy, your life will remain basically the same” while washing his [...] [more]
medium.com    Law

tactics Ellipsis on multiline text

Over the last few months, more than once I encountered the need to hide parts of very long texts in cards and other types of components. So far, the front-end programmers here at the office had been using a mix of Javascript and CSS to achieve the desired effect when needed. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design
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