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5 ways to stay up to date with email code

The long-peddled phrase about email development being stuck in 1999 isn’t true any more, with some of the best and most popular email clients matching web standards pretty much toe-to-toe. Recently we’ve seen Gmail fix almost all of their rendering issues (with some nuances) and iOS roll out support for CSS Grid.

However, this drastic improvement in HTML support means that the state of email rendering is somewhat fluid at the moment, so it’s important to stay up to date with just what you can do where.

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Want to provoke emotion in the inbox? Use Emoji’s

Want to provoke emotion in the inbox? Use Emoji’s

Receiving emoji’s in your subject lines – love it or hate it?

According to Litmus, the use of emoji’s have skyrocketed 777% year on year – increasing in popularity at such a rate, Oxford Dictionaries named an emoji ‘Word of the Year‘ in 2015.

Thanks to the emoji, subject lines are able to become a lot more expressive. The likes of 😍 and 👻 are creating a whole new language within the digital world…

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Exploring Snapchat for Email Marketers

Exploring Snapchat for Email Marketers

Elliot and I went to #TheBestMarketingEventEver last week and we came away with a fair few tips from Gary Vaynerchuck and co. One of them being, ‘no matter how much you dislike the thought of using Snapchat as a business, you should probably be getting used to it’. We came back to the studio and got the team involved…

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60 people I’d want at my email dinner party

60 people I’d want at my email dinner party

No, we’re not having brisket.

If you were going to have one epic #emailgeek dinner party, this would probably be the line up. If you aren’t prepared to clean up after these lot though, they are still probably worth a follow on Twitter. We’ve pulled 60** of our favourite global geeks in no particular order…

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