You Are Emailing A Brain


Everything we see around us becomes a reality thanks to our brains. When you are sending out an email, the subscriber’s brain is where the action takes place. We normally don’t think about which part of the brain is activated by our emails. But luckily there is a science to it. Read more

10 Opt-in Form A/B SplitTests [With Results]


Email marketing begins with the opt-in box. It’s where subscribers sign up and also where you set their expectations for the entire time they’ll be your subscribers. With so much power in that little box, it’s also an ideal thing to test. To help you make the most of your email opt-in forms, we’ve rounded up 10 excellent A/B opt-in form split tests, with results, so you can get a head start toward higher opt-in rates and a larger email list.

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What Do ISPs Really Look At In Content: Deliverability Part VI


Anti-spam content filters used by ISPs have been in development for many years now. With so many ways for spammers to get their messages across, we look at reputation based methods (hijacking or rotating IPs, rotating from address, generating new domains to remove the reputation value). However with the global change to IPv6 on the horizon, focusing on content is becoming even more important. Read more

Don’t Be Mistaken For A Spammer: Deliverability Part V


We already covered the most important matters about lists, so lets move on to content. I would like to point out here that content and list quality can be looked at as closely related subjects, as high quality content can improve your relations and engagement rates the same way bad content can put your subscribers off and make them unsubscribe, ignore, or even mark your messages as spam. Read more