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Major Email Marketing Developments in 2011
The only thing that would make this post better would be if it were read aloud by Conan in his In the Year 2000 sketches. See what Denise considers to the Major Email Marketing Developments in 2011.
Create an Email Campaign for National Dog Day on August 26!
Just opening this post gets Florence & the Machine’s “Dog Days Are Over” stuck in my head. I’m not complaining. I love that song. Almost as much as I love dogs. For the dog lovers on your email list, Create an Email Campaign for National Dog Day on August 26!
Email News: Recent PayPal Messages Mistaken for Phishing Danger
I can’t remember if I’ve mentioned it before, so I’m going to say it now. I hate that Phishing has a negative connotation. Phish is my favorite live band (re: not my favorite band). Phish just completed a three-night run in Chicago. Many of my friends from back home had “Gone Phishing” statuses on Facebook. It should be a good thing, not an illegal activity on the internet. That’s why I was upset to see Recent PayPal Messages Mistaken for Phishing Danger.
Online Marketers Consider Double-Edged Sword of Telex Cracking
Is it just me, or could the Double-Edged Sword of Telex Cracking be the next Harry Potter movie? Despite Hal’s writing wizardry, this post is not about Harry or any of J.K. Rowling’s characters. Find out what could happen as Online Marketers Consider Double-Edged Sword of Telex Cracking.
Adapting Your Email Campaigns to New Digital Media
Some of this new digital media has reached digital mass. Social media, mobile and tablets are no longer just for early adapters. Get with the times. Learn about Adapting Your Email Campaigns to New Digital Media.
Crafting Effective Dental Email Subject Lines & Preheaders
I’m glad this headline also included subject lines. Otherwise I would think it was an article about something dentists make to go in your mouth and I would be confused as to why it was up on our blog. Sink your teeth into this post about Crafting Effective Dental Email Subject Lines & Preheaders.
How to Lose an Email Subscriber Part 2: Ads I Never Opted-In For
Read this because Paul wrote the word persnickety and the picture that accompanies it is hilarious. See what was making Paul be a curmudgeon. Find out How to Lose an Email Subscriber Part 2: Ads I Never Opted-In For.
Email Marketing Software: Autoresponders & Drip Campaigns
These are two of my favorite tools in email marketing. Why? Because once you’ve set them up, they do all the work for you. Denise offers up some advice on how to do them well. Read about this great Email Marketing Software: Autoresponders & Drip Campaigns.
Email Marketing News: Sanford “Spam King” Wallace Arrested
Sanford Wallace is like the Al Capone of spam. Not only that, he has not one but two nicknames. “Spamford” and “The Spam King.” I only hope he didn’t name himself King like Lebron James did. Find out the latest Email Marketing News: Sanford “Spam King” Wallace Arrested.
Untapped Marketing Sources Your Competitors Don’t Know About
Shhhh! Over here! Top secret information. Get on it before your competition does. Check out these Untapped Marketing Sources Your Competitors Don’t Know About.