As an email designer, you understand the importance of keeping up with the latest changes in the email world, especially when those changes—like new apps and updates to HTML and CSS support—can affect your carefully designed campaigns. Unfortunately, that’s not always an easy task, which is why we released our 2015 State of Email Report. In it, we take a look at all of the latest email updates—and their potential effects on your designs.
The email landscape is constantly changing. Between the introduction of new anti-spam laws, more email apps, and new iPhones, email marketing has never presented more challenges—or opportunities. As an email marketer focused on success, it’s crucial to stay on top of every new development. In our 2015 State of Email Report, we analyze the biggest email developments and provide tons of actionable tips to keep you on top of your game.
Over the past year, Gmail has undergone some major changes—including quick actions, image caching, the auto-unsubscribe, and more—all of which have put the email world in a tizzy. Earlier this week, Google released yet another change (and perhaps the biggest one yet). They launched an entirely new email app, Inbox by Gmail. In this post, we’ll take a look at Inbox’s functionalities, as well as this new email app’s effect on the email marketing world.