As emails go mobile, your customers can read them any time and place they wish. This is why you should put desktop thinking aside and follow your customers’ lead by expanding the campaigns with mobile-friendly designs, social networking websites and innovative technologies. Don’t know where to start? The easiest way to reach your customers is to think the way they think and act the way they act.
Only just last week we launched Responsive Email Design inside Email Creator. Now you get the chance to get to know it better (if you haven’t already) and win an iPhone 5s, iPad or Galaxy Mini Cell Phone for doing so. Sound like a great deal? It is! Take part in our Responsive Email Design Competition – here’s what you have to do. Read more
The growth of smartphone market share is a trend that can no longer be ignored. To fully realize campaign potential, email marketers have to reach recipients who use all kinds of inboxes and devices. Join us for the upcoming webinar on Responsive Email to learn all about optimizing your newsletters for the mobile era.
We’re pleased to announce that Inc. Magazine has named GetResponse one of the fastest-growing companies in America in their annual Inc. 5000 listing. With sales-growth reaching 169% over the last 3 years, GetResponse joins other privately held companies such as Adroll, RocketFuel, DataXU, and LivingSocial.
Today GetResponse is making a huge leap forward in email design. Forget creating separate email versions for desktop and mobile, forget coding or paying extra for mobile versions of your newsletters. From now on, every email you create in GetResponse will look good both on desktop and mobile, and all you have to do is put the pieces together in Email Creator, just as you’ve been doing all along. Here’s how it works: Read more
Before you read this post, think of all the devices you use to view your email. Computer – definitely. Mobile – probably. Tablet – more and more often. You view them on small screens and large, vertical and horizontal, with pictures on and off, in different browsers and email clients. Making every message look perfect on all devices might seem like a job for Superman, but actually it’s not. It’s a job for responsive design. Read more
“Mobile” and “responsive design” are buzz words I’m sure you all know. But there’s a reason for that – more and more people open their emails on smartphones and – even more important – more and more will delete them (even 42%*!) if they don’t display correctly. And yet, true responsive email design hasn’t been offered by any email marketing platform – until now (well, about a week from now). Read more
Too often, email marketers work with blinders on. They focus on a single email campaign and then move on to the next one. However, it often makes sense to take the “big picture” approach to email marketing. In the end you are just trying to reach you email marketing goals. So it makes good sense to take a good look at your current campaigns and see which you can get more mileage out of. Read more