I’ve been presenting, live tweeting and chatting with clients today at the eDialog client summit. There’s lots of great email & digital marketing thoughts, facts and ideas that I’ll be discussing here over the next few weeks, but in the mean time here are some of the tweets from the day. Continue reading Notes from: eDialog Europe Aspire Conference – 2nd November 2011, London #eDAspire
A couple recent email marketing articles that are worth checking out:
A really insightful post from Aweber about manimizing the size of your subject lines and making a few words work as hard as possible.
Something that’s not as straightforward as it sounds in email code. Good advice from Campaign Monitor.
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e-Dialog London is also looking for HTML Developers, Campaign and Account Executives and Account Managers. Likewise get in touch for more info.
time for a quick round-up of email marketing news from the last week:
Interesting article from DJ Waldow over at Blue Sky Factory about how there is no one size fits all best practice, and in reality it’s all about finding out what works for your list.
Liz Lynch posted a nice review of recent tax day campaigns over at Email Precicely.
e-Dialog International, based in Central London, is still hiring! there’s lots of vacancies at the moment – view our list of email marketing jobs. There’s more to be added soon, so if you don’t see the role you’d like send in your details and we’ll keep them on file.
Over at The Email Wars Dylan Boyd posted some great tips on the mobile web.
Social Email Marketing posted some interesting thoughts on triggered event based campaigns.
And finally, Smith Harmon spotted a great piece of creative email from Diesel – check it out.
If you’ve got any hot tips for this week, or want a heads up on interesting things as we find them, connect with @iamelliot on Twitter.