Designing and coding emails often involves manual, arduous editing processes that are not only mundane and tiresome, but can easily lead to mistakes. It doesn’t have to be that way—here are seven ways you can add automation into your email workflow.
Marketers are using task runners and static site generators more in their email development workflows, according to our 2017 State of Email Workflows report. Lee Monroe of Mailgun by Rackspace explains how these tools can help email marketers.
Testing and troubleshooting are critical steps for every marketer sending high-quality email campaigns. However, it’s also incredibly time-consuming. That’s why Litmus created products that help you and your team streamline the testing process and send better email in less time. Here’s how.
Half of marketers haven’t sent an apology or correction email in the past 12 months. But that doesn’t mean they’re not making email marketing mistakes. It means they’re not aware of those mistakes. In this infographic, we explore this issue and offer seven tips on how you can improve your visibility of email marketing mistakes.
When coding and designing emails, you’re often stuck with mundane, repetitive tasks: writing inline CSS, adding UTM codes, sending test emails, and copying and pasting to your ESP. This manual process can be frustrating and challenging for even the most advanced email geeks. Learn how to automate your email design workflow with this webinar recap.
Every brand’s email production process is unique, with different planning, development, and approval processes. With data from our 2016 State of Email Production report and insights from Movable Ink, we’ve teamed up to put together an infographic that distills the best tips and tools to optimize your workflow. From goal-setting to content creation to email development and post-send reporting, we cover the email creation process from start to finish.
Between one-off marketing sends, recurring newsletters, transactional emails, and more, there are seemingly countless emails that you’re responsible for building. It can be incredibly time consuming to code each one, even when you use a template. That’s why we created Partials, a method for you to create global, dynamic, reusable blocks of code for your emails.
In the quest to reduce the time between brainstorm and send, email marketers are on the hunt for tools to speed up their workflows. In this post, we look at how a tool called Emmet can help email designers code their campaigns faster than ever before.
In the State of Email Production report, we take a detailed look at how brands (1) Build their teams, (2) Plan their email content, (3) Allocate their time among various production tasks, (4) Use technology in their workflow, (5) Handle quality assurance and approvals, and much more.
We asked 5 of our speakers from The Email Design Conference: How do you see email marketing changing over the next several years? Here’s what they said…