Good morning, everyone. Very excited to introduce Wylei's core machine learning-driven A/B testing product to the group. Would love to connect off list with anyone who has any feedback or wants to learn more.
I am very proud to finally be able to reveal what we have been working on since Feb. of this year. Bruno Florence, Torsten Schwarz, Gabriele Braun and I created something I think unseen in our market, quite EPIC. Below more details and some stats, if you have any questions, or like to know more, feel free to shoot me an email email@example.com.
Email is central to many companies, so transitioning to a new email service provider (ESP) is a large project that will touch many departments at the company. This is Part II of a guide of how to change ESPs, from beginning to end, from the perspective of a brand-side marketer who was heavily involved in managing one ESP change and lightly involved in another.
Someone just asked me which companies I think are leading the way with multi-channel communications at present. Which I think is an interesting question and quite difficult to answer without being subjective. It also begs the question what constitutes good multi-channel communication?
Which marketing emotions drive your audience to respond to your subject lines? Find out now. Based upon actual statistics.
Introducing Phrasee Pheelings™ Lite – an Open Access version of our artificial intelligence tech.
Nothing can take the joy out of the holidays faster than a messy marketing plan. We've worked up a plan to make sure your holidays are both joyful—and profitable—this year. Download our 2015 Holiday Guide and open up tips, tools, and tricks to make sure you get what you want this season … sanity, revenue, and rest.
Verizon, in an effort to better position itself against fellow ad tech giants Facebook and Google, is reportedly taking The Donald approach to its data and building a HUGE wall around it, creating what is commonly referred to in the industry as a “Walled Garden.”
After answering a frequently asked question in a website blog post, businessman Marcus Sheridan generated more than $1.7 million in fiberglass pool sales. Find out what that question was and how it may play an important part in the success of your content-marketing strategy.
"Predictions of socioeconomic variables are as dependable as the Horoscope so let’s not rely on them…Instead we will need systems that don’t fall apart when we make a mistake."
There has never been a better time in the history of the world to be a marketer. Yet there is a great crisis in marketing today. The crisis is quite different than what you are likely to read in the trades or encounter at conferences. From my perch, the calamity facing marketers is what they have come to believe is the great savior; predictive analytics [PA].
I'm very pleased to announce that SuretyMail has rolled our instant help service; this is a service for email senders who are having a delivery problem with which they want help, but who are not certified through us (our certification customers of course get this sort of help included with the cost of certification). Through SuretyMail's instant delivery help service, anyone can get immediate help with any deliverability problem they may be having.
BrightWave creates and manages email programs for some of the best brands in the world. We engage valuable audiences with strategic thinking and beautiful, functional creative that’s right on brand—then drive meaningful business results that demand attention from the corner office.
Areas of expertise include: building global operations and professional service teams, email campaign strategy, deliverability, content and social media strategy and execution, original content development, partnership development, marketing and sales program development, customer acquisition and retention, and staffing and production best-practices.
A new report from Adobe has revealed that people spend an average 6.3 hours a day checking email, and that the majority of them do it everywhere from the bed to bathroom.
This week, Only Influencer’s partner LiveIntent these findings in perspective and explore an area of growth opportunity for the email industry.
It’s the official end to summer and retailers and hard-core shoppers everywhere are already digging in to prepare for the 2015 Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend, so we’re going to pretend September and October don’t exist and dive right into our special Holiday 2015 Preview.
This week, we’re highlighting the hottest tech and trends that you need to know about to deliver on the biggest shopping weekend of the year.
I've been dying to talk about the new Automation feature in Goolara Symphonie. Drip campaigns, shopping cart abandonments, lifecycle marketing, on-boarding programs are remarkably easy to create with this feature. It works with API and also with our Custom Tables feature if you need to create email workflows based on offline events (in-store sales, trade shows, webinars, etc.).
I say automation, you think robotic, right?
No wonder. Experienced marketers and consumers alike receive corporate-heavy copy in their messages nowadays. Dry, humorless, stiff, computerized. Or the pendulum swings the other way with over-the-top witticisms and personality that tries too hard. Canned humor gets nowhere.
To strike a balance between robotic and over-friendly in your drip marketing campaigns is difficult, especially trying to let your usual brand voice have a weigh in, too. It isn’t impossible, though.
There are a few strategies that will help you craft conversational, concise copy that doesn’t sound like it came from a machine.
Welcome to the soft-launch of the Autumn season, hard launching September 23rd. Also known to yanks as Fall, it’s not simply a change of seasons, it marks the beginning of many things - The beginning of the end as Winter approaches. (This feeling is especially strong in Chicagoans.) For pagans and ghouls, the launch into the Samhain/Halloween/Harvest season and a spookfest for any reason. For others, likely who happen to be (suddlenly overjoyed) parents, it’s back to school for the kids (hoorah!). Then, there’s the Email Marketer. Back to School marks another sales season which makes us happy and provides an opportunity to send MORE EMAIL!