Inbox providers have created filters, algorithms, spam traps, and user tools that attack spam on three fronts: (1) bad recipients, (2) bad content, and (3) bad infrastructure. Now inbox providers have opened a new front in the battle against spam…Bad Design.
Gmail rolled out new “block” functionality to all Gmail webmail users yesterday, giving consumers yet another option to rid their inboxes of email they don’t want. On the surface, that might not sound like a great thing for marketers, but it’s not as bad as it sounds. In this post, we’ll cover the pros and cons of Gmail’s latest update.
Back in July, Justine blogged about Outlook 2013 and her insights on this newest version of Outlook. Her perceptions were that because Outlook 2013 uses Microsoft Word as its rendering engine, HTML and CSS support has essentially remained unchanged between versions 2007, 2010, and 2013. In addition, here are some other elements that she remarked […]