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Return Path tells us how they are making the customer the hero

Posted on Tuesday, October 20th, 2015 | Posted by Joshua Lyman

We had the chance to talk with Dan Corbin at Return Path, an Inbox Love sponsor, to find out what’s new. They continue to innovate and provide interesting tools for companies and developers, as you’ll find out in this interview. Return Path always seems to be doing new and interesting things. What’s the main focus […]

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An interview with Dave McDowell, Senior VP and GM at AOL

Posted on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 | Posted by Joshua Lyman

It’s one of the original names in email, and continues to drive forward innovation and change: AOL. As a sponsor of Inbox Love 2015, Dave McDowell from AOL was kind enough to share some insight into AOL’s recent moves, and dishes out a few interesting tidbits you’ll want to pay attention to! Read on in […]

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Watch all of Inbox Love 2014 online

Posted on Monday, August 24th, 2015 | Posted by Joshua Lyman

Did you love one particular session of last year’s Inbox Love event, but forgot a crucial detail? Did you miss a talk because you were out in the hall constructing a great deal with a new colleague you just met? Didn’t make it to the incredible day in person? Well guess what, we have you […]

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A Q&A with WhatCounts

Posted on Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 | Posted by Joshua Lyman

WhatCounts VP of Digital Marketing, Tim Muenchen, was kind enough to sit down and answer some interesting questions for us about the current email landscape and what WhatCounts is doing to enhance their customers’ experience. The ideas put forward are very interesting, and we’re sure you’ll learn something interesting from them!

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A Q&A with Context.IO

Posted on Monday, October 06th, 2014 | Posted by Joshua Lyman

We had ┬áchance to get some questions in to Dan Corbin, product manager and Tony Blank, developer evangelsit, from ReturnPath, and got some great insights from them to share here.   What are the most interesting things your customers are building with Context.IO’s email API and tools? We see customers build entire platforms on top […]

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