Email Marketing Journal

Which online course platform is right for you?

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Having a lot of options isn’t always a good thing. It can lead to analysis paralysis—the fear of taking action because you don’t know the right action to take. Online course creators know this feeling far too well. One quick search of “course platforms” shows a dozen options that are all slightly different from the other. Do you want to create a simple course or…

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The path to unlocking your email program’s full potential

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As an email-centric marketing leader you carry the weight of ensuring that your email program is operating effectively and efficiently, but what steps should you take when you identify that things are not working as they should? To bring clarity to your chaos, we have detailed three paths forward for your consideration. While we always […] The post The path to unlocking your email program’s…

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The Age of Email

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Relied upon by many, the email channel is a staple in the personal and professional lives of senders and recipients around the world. In October, email will celebrate its 50th birthday… and it’s been quite the journey. Age of adoption In October 1971, email was born when Ray Tomlinson sent the first ever email. Ray’s expertise was centred in engineering, and with the insufficiency of…

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Why are my open rates dropping?

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If you see a sudden and dramatic drop in your open rates, don’t panic. There could be an easily fixable solution behind those scary numbers. And even if it takes a bit more digging, your open rates aren’t the be-all and end-all metric for measuring success. Nevertheless, lower open rates could signify a larger issue, whether it’s your marketing strategy or something as simple as…

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Best Free CRM Software For Your Business

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Whether you’re a solopreneur or a small business, the likelihood is you have to manage a number of clients and all that relates to them (invoices, emails, orders, contracts, etc.). This can get messy quickly, especially if you have to share this information with other members of your team. Don’t get me wrong, I love the old pen and post-it combo, but there comes a…

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Advanced Data Collection Practices

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No Bullsh*t Advice From Email Experts Your marketing is only as good as the data you collect. Your ability to segment, personalize and send targeted marketing messages to your customers relies on your ability to capture the right data. That means thinking outside of the box when it comes to collecting information about your customers—beyond a simple form on your website. Webforms work but there…

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Apple’s “Mail Privacy Protection” is an Earthquake for Email Marketers

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Apple introduced new privacy features at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference last week, and the impact they will have on email marketing is nothing short of an earthquake. The Mail app in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey will now allow users to opt-in what they are dubbing “Mail Privacy Protection,” which will effectively […] The post Apple’s “Mail Privacy Protection” is an Earthquake…

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Email ROI: Many Happy Returns

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Email celebrates its 50th birthday in October! Ray Tomlinson is widely acknowledged as the godfather of email, sending the first message way back in 1971, followed seven years later by Gary Thuerk who “hijacked” this largely government/military tool to send the first email marketing campaign. The rest, as they say, is history! In saying “many happy returns”, we’re not just acknowledging a milestone. Email consistently…

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7 popular podcast formats: Which one is right for you?

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Podcasts are a big deal. An estimated 48 million episodes are floating around on the internet, and in 2020 more than a third of Americans listened to podcasts regularly. It’s understandable if you want to get in on the action and add your perspective to the podcast conversation. After the initial buzz of “I think I’m going to actually do it!” you’re faced with a…

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