Given that email is cheap, near-ubiquitous and the world’s default tool for business communication, why is relatively little attention seemingly given to it as a marketing channel?
Considering how we, at Everlytic, are always looking at the best way to make email communication effective. We took a look at the next technological trend, smartwatches, and tested how they receive emails. The conclusion? Not so well.
You may remember back in 2013 there was a big scare in the email marketing industry. People were really worried that a new feature in Gmail would mean the end of email marketing.
Figuring out how to start your first email marketing campaign can be intimidating. There is a lot of information out there about what to do, and some of it can be confusing and contradictory.
Famed for pioneering the first networked messaging software that allowed users to send mail files to recipient computers, Tomlinson’s SNDMSG made history with the first email sent in 1971.
With the growing data usage demanded by social media, cellular phone apps, and the more esoteric usage by apps such as the iTunes Store or Google Play Store, it’s no wonder most customers wonder...
Email marketing is a great way to communicate with your audience. And we’re not just saying that because it’s what we do. Email marketing on its own is great; simple, quick, and cost effective.
Vox Telecom, an end-to-end technology provider, has concluded a deal that makes it the majority stakeholder in enterprise level cloud tech company, Everlytic.
When you think of bulk email, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a bald guy sitting in a basement sending adverts for pills to millions of unsuspecting inboxes.
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