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- Forward to a Friendby Aran on April 27, 2021 at 1:30 pm
When it comes to email marketing we talk about best practise and what you should and shouldn’t include in the content. One important link that is quite underestimated in our opinion, is the Forward to A Friend link. Perhaps not considered so important as people can just forward emails directly right? Yes, you can but The post Forward to a Friend appeared first on Campaignmaster.
- What is Blacklisting?by Ameeta on March 24, 2021 at 11:15 am
Blacklisting Blacklisting can be one of the most common reasons behind deliverability issues and by extension, poor open rates. In many ways’ blacklists are a very important component of the email ecosystem; they keep track of spammers and stop them from sending unsolicited emails to users across the web. However, sometimes legitimate marketers can end The post What is Blacklisting? appeared first on Campaignmaster.
- Designing Emails for Visually Impaired Recipientsby Ceren on February 17, 2021 at 4:05 pm
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), there are at least 2.2 billion people globally who have a visual impairment or blindness. The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) state around 350,000 people are registered blind or partially sighted in the UK. These people are able to use computers and read emails with the The post Designing Emails for Visually Impaired Recipients appeared first on Campaignmaster.
- Do You Know Your Icons?by Ameeta on January 22, 2021 at 3:05 pm
We’re certain that a lot of us have been helping friends and relatives on how to use smart phones and other digital devices during these times when we have not been able to meet each other in person. So, we created a handy infographic that may be useful to mums, grandads and anyone else who The post Do You Know Your Icons? appeared first on Campaignmaster.
- TLS (Transport Layer Security) in Emailby Ameeta on December 2, 2020 at 3:21 pm
An email is a communication that is sent from one server (email clients) to another (receiving email servers). Whilst an email is in transit from one server to another, it becomes vulnerable as it is open for unknown parties to eavesdrop on. TLS or Transport Layer Security helps stop this from happening by encrypting the The post TLS (Transport Layer Security) in Email appeared first on Campaignmaster.