If you’ve ever failed at email, you’re not alone. Litmus has made mistakes, and others have too.
In our #NoFailMail community contest, dozens of email geeks shared their email fail stories, giving us all the chance to learn from the mistakes of others and put better systems and checks in place at your company to minimize the frequency and scope of future email marketing mistakes. Here are the common themes we saw, some valuable advice from the community, and the winner announcement.
We’ve asked about your biggest email mistakes before, and because we’ve learned so much from your stories, we’re revisiting the topic for our latest Community Contest. We want to hear about your biggest email fails and how you’re preventing them from happening again.
At Litmus, we care deeply about our customers and the email community, and we’re working hard to make the email world a little better every day. But we also believe that our involvement shouldn’t stop at the end of the work day or be limited to the email community. We’re proud that many of our team members are engaged in their communities beyond Litmus, and as a brand, we believe that it’s our responsibility to do the same. That’s why Litmus offers Volunteer Time Off (VTO)—paid time away from work that employees can use to volunteer at an organization of their choice. Plus, volunteering has become part of our bi-annual team get-togethers.
There were over 800 new discussions posted to the Litmus Community in 2017—you email geeks are a chatty lot! As we say goodbye to 2017, we take a look back at some of our favorite discussions from the Litmus Community from the past 12 months.
The Community Spotlight is a blog series highlighting some of the amazing members of the Litmus Community. This time we’re chatting with Sam Sexton, an email marketer from England. Litmus Live London attendees will recognize him from his talk last year on how to code “reverse responsive” email designs.
The Community Spotlight is a blog series highlighting some of the amazing members of the Litmus Community. This time we’re chatting with Becs Rivett-Kemm, an email marketer from England. Becs spoke at The Email Design Conference way back in 2015.
One of our favorite ways of cutting through the complexity of email design and making email coding easier is using snippets—modules of reusable code. Explore the library of snippets that email geeks have contributed to—and add them to your own snippet library or import them into Litmus Builder to help speed up your workflow.
Don’t know where to start? Here’s a roundup of our favorite snippets from the Litmus Community this year.
Over the course of 2016, the Litmus Community has grown enormously, not just with those new to the industry but also those who have been scouring the internet to find their fellow email geek brethren. As we say goodbye to 2016, we take a look back at some of our favorite discussions in the Litmus Community from the past 12 months.
The Litmus Community is the place for email designers, developers, and marketers to discuss their craft, talk about industry news, and join in the (occasionally) controversial rant and discussion. In case you haven’t been keeping up, here’s what happened this month in the Community.