Join the #TEDC14 Fun: Tell Us Why You Love Email!0
Litmus Live (formerly known as The Email Design Conference) brings the email community together to celebrate their craft and give email professionals a platform to learn, share, and grow. With sessions covering everything from marketing strategy to innovative email development techniques and production processes, you’ll take away actionable advice that will have immediate impact.
Between Outlook using Microsoft Word for rendering and Gmail doing pretty much everything wrong, we all know that email can be quite the struggle. On top of that, it doesn’t always have the best reputation—we’re looking at you, spammers. However, when used properly, it can also be one of the most powerful and rewarding digital marketing channels.
While many people may not understand the true value of email, there are plenty of passionate email lovers out there—we see it in the Litmus Community every day. In a few weeks, many of these email fanatics will be joining us to celebrate all of its goodness at Litmus Live. We can’t wait!
We’d love to get all of the email lovers out there involved—even those that can’t attend. How are we going to do that? Two sessions will include responses from those that know and value the industry the best—YOU!
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE EMAIL?
On day two of the conference, speakers (and Litmus employees) Jason Rodriguez and Kevin Mandeville will be presenting on email design techniques aimed to connect emotionally with subscribers. So, what emails really got to you? We’d love to hear about your favorite email and your initial reaction to it.
WHY DO YOU LOVE EMAIL?
What better way to end two full days of email geekery than with a session dedicated solely to 99 reasons why it rocks? We certainly can’t think of anything more appropriate! Speaker Jay Jhun would love to include your responses in his presentation, so please share with us—why does email make you all mushy inside?
Puns and funny GIFs/memes encouraged!
GET YOUR 15 SECONDS OF FAME
Your answers to these questions may be included in one of the #TEDC14 presentations. And don’t forget to join the conference conversation on Twitter (#TEDC14).
We’ll also be recording all of the presentations and those, along with the slides, will be available for purchase post-conference. Get notified when video packages go on sale by signing up for conference updates below.