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discussion Using Animated GIFs In Email [GFX]

GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) is an extensively used file format for graphic images on the World Wide Web. Besides being an obvious standard for developing quality images on websites, it is used for adding quality images even in email. GIF is better than any other format if you want to add lossless, compressed animations in[...] [more]
emailmonks.com    Gallery

tactics 9 Awe-Inspiring Email Popup Examples [GFX]

Having a relevant email list packed with potential buyers and returning customers is crucial if you want to ensure continuous growth for your online store. But what makes a good email popup? If you’re asking yourself this question, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, I’ll show you 9 email popup examples from top brands and share why they work. Let’s get started. [...] [more]
sleeknote.com    Listbuilding, Gallery

tactics 5 examples of interactive content [GFX]

Interactive emails are messages that your subscribers can click on to change or alter the content within the email itself — even after the message is delivered to the inbox. The content can also update each time they open the email. Interactive emails act like a webpage. Interactive content allows you to send emails that are more engaging. You can include extra content in your emails without overwhelming subscribers, and your subscribers can interact with the email to get additional information if [...] [more]
aweber.com    Gallery

discussion Trending in Email Design: Going Off-Grid [GFX]

Broken grids and overlapping elements have been popular in web design and development in recent years. Thanks to absolute positioning and pseudo-elements, creating unique, abstract layouts can be relatively easy to achieve. As very few email clients support these CSS styles, email design and production teams have found creative workarounds to harness the potential of off-grid compositions. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Gallery, Design

discussion AMP for Email — Useful Information and Real Examples [GFX]

If the mail service doesn’t support AMP, the email will be displayed in the standard HTML5 format. This means that every subscriber will still receive your message regardless of which mail service they use. What Do You Need to Do to Send AMP Newsletters? At first, you should choose an ESP that supports AMP-powered emails. There are only 4 such providers so far: [...] [more]
esputnik.com    Gallery

discussion Top Designs for April [GFX]

Summer is here and the sales are hitting hard, as each bank holiday comes around inboxes swell with offers aplenty. Which retailers made there mark this month I hear you say? Stay tuned for the best of the month [...] [more]
emaildesignreview.com    Gallery

discussion Feedback Friday: Litmus [GFX]

What do you do when you are in front of hundreds of email geeks on an unsuspecting weekend in the South? Pee your pants? Cuss like a sailor? Show off some kick-a** designs and code that will make [...] [more]
reallygoodemails.com    Gallery, Design

discussion How Brands Utilize Gmail's Promotions Tab Annotations [GFX]

In December 2018, Gmail launched major updates to its Promotions tab, providing email marketers with more ways to make their emails visible and valuable to recipients. In addition to standard inbox text like subject lines or preview text, marketers can use annotations to include additional information like promotion codes, a featured image, and deal expiration dates—all visible to your subscribers before they open your email. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Gallery

discussion Top Designs for March [GFX]

Mmmmmmm burger… sorry distracted there. In between demolishing as many easter eggs as humanly possible and the continued obsession with finding the best burger we thought we’d share the round up of what March had to offer… Enjoy! 1. McDonalds SL: Still a Big Mac or not a Big Mac? The results are in! [...] [more]
emaildesignreview.com    Gallery

discussion Top Designs for January [GFX]

Good riddance to January… with hibernation, healthy eating and abstinence what excitement did the inbox bring to supplement the lack of sun and fun elsewhere? Well I’m glad you asked, don’t say we don’t give you anything [...] [more]
emaildesignreview.com    Gallery

discussion Wistia Onboarding Email Breakdown [GFX]

Wistia is a video hosting service targeted at business owners, and they offer a free plan. The emails below were captured over the 30 days after signing up. [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, Gallery

discussion Post-Purchase Retention Strategies for the New Year [GFX]

This is a guest post from Molly Horstmann, the Content Marketing Manager at SmarterHQ. SmarterHQ is a leading behavioral marketing platform powering highly personalized, cross-channel customer experiences. Visit their site to learn more. The holidays have come and gone, and so have many of your seasonal customers. That is, unless you have a solid plan to keep them engaged with your brand in 2019—and start leveraging these strategies as soon as possible. The following campaigns and tactics will help [...] [more]
mailcharts.com    Automation, Gallery

discussion 10 Best Newsletter Examples to Inspire You in 2019 [GFX]

In our previous post, we showed how to make your first email campaign successful and how to improve current ones in 10 simple steps. Today, we’re going to show you the best email newsletter examples (in our opinion) for your inspiration. [...] [more]
stripo.email    Gallery

discussion The 10 Best Emails of 2018 [GFX]

There are no prizes other than bragging rights. The categories have been the same since we first started and reflect our thoughts on which types of emails are most strategic in nature and, when done right, can have the biggest impact on a marketer’s business. And now, with no further ado, we bring you 2018’s selection of emails. [...] [more]
onlyinfluencers.com    Gallery

discussion Capture sales this Valentine's Day with email marketing [GFX]

Did you know that in 2018, Valentine’s Day spending hit a record-breaking $19.6 billion? It’s no wonder that Valentine’s Day sends business owners’ hearts aflutter. According to a study by Prosper Insights & Analytics for the National Retail Federation, the average person planned to shell out more than $140 on traditional Valentine’s Day merchandise, with customers aged 25 to 34 being the biggest spenders. Consumers, on the whole, planned to spend a total of: [...] [more]
verticalresponse.com    Event, Gallery
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