As we started nailing down logistics for The Email Design Conference 2015, conversations about making our launch email bigger and better than last year’s began. Due to its unique HTML5 video background technique, last year’s email generated some serious buzz. How could we top that? After many brainstorming sessions, we decided to use the common approach of dynamic content, but with a twist. We used a unique implementation to create a live Twitter feed in an email. Yes, a Twitter feed in an email.
Although Verizon’s $4.4 billion purchase of AOL was all about adding more content, video, and ad generation to the mobile communication company’s distribution platform, the acquisition could transform Verizon into a major email inbox provider, likely to the benefit of email marketers.
In this new blog series, we talk to some of the amazing Litmus Community members. Get an inside look at what they do, how they do it, and their thoughts on the future of email marketing and design.
More and more brands are expanding their shopping cart abandonment emails into series, but they are often just sending the same hard-sell message over and over. Consider including a little soft-sell messaging in the middle of your 3-email cart abandonment series to create what I call a cart abandonment email “sandwich.”
In the 13th episode of The Email Design Podcast, we take a look at the inspiration behind one of our Community Contests before diving into our favorite examples of creative navigation in email.