The GetResponse team is growing… again! This time we’re looking for an experienced and passionate Business Development Executive who can help us expand our GetResponse Community. Read more
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Our team is on the road once again. Next week we’ll be in New York City attending, back to back, two of the fastest-growing events in Internet Marketing. Read more
The GetResponse team is growing… again! This time we’re looking for an experienced and passionate Business Development Executive who can help us expand our GetResponse Community Read more
GetResponse has always had a strict opt-in policy, as have many ESPs for as long as I can remember. Permission based email is the key to success in Email Marketing. However… this may not be enough for your friendly ISP. The new word on the street is ACTIVE.
Hi, the GetResponse Team and I will be heading into Email Expert territory over the next couple of weeks.
We begin by attending the Marketing Sherpa Email Summit in Las Vegas, then cross country to the Atlantic coast for the Email Evolution in Miami, FL, Read more
I get a lot of invites each week from people asking me to join webinars. The subjects vary from “get rich quick” and “how to master social media marketing” to “the hottest new golf club”. Some of these are relevant to me and some are not. But the key point is that the marketer used email to notify me of the event. But how many of them made the best use of my data? Read more
After reading Chris Brogan’s post Ah The Copy Paste, it made me think about email marketers, and what are the best ways to be personal when marketing to mass audiences. The faults that Chris pointed out are correct. However, there are many ways to be personal while marketing to the masses.
Here at GetResponse, we recently launched our advanced segmentation feature, and we already have the use of personalization and dynamic content. So we encourage you to gather as much data as you can on your clients, so you can have the ability to ‘Market to One’. But is there such a thing as too much data?