Inbox Love Blog
Inbox Ideas & New Email Technologies
By Blaise Lucey You know what the kiss of death is for email marketing? When someone opens your newsletter or campaign and thinks, “Oh… isn’t that nice.” Email marketing is supposed to get the reader to do something, but a call to action can be a tough sell when people are comfortably sitting at home, [...]
By Dave Charest Has this ever happened to you? You exchange contact information with someone at an event and the next time you hear from them is in some mass email sent to their entire email list? To make matters worse, the guilty party isn’t even using an email service provider, they’re just adding your [...]
October 1, 2012 · by Hart Hoover · in Cloud Servers, Mailgun In case you didn’t hear, Rackspace recently acquired Mailgun, a YCombinator startup that makes it really easy to integrate email into your application. Mailgun does the simple things like sending password confirmations and shipping notifications, but it also makes it A LOT easier [...]
Inbox Love 2 is upon us on October 24th, and to kick off the event with a bang, Context.IO, along with SendGrid (and more to be announced!) are hosting the first ever Inbox Love Hacks! This event will be all about email and the amazing app platform it provides. Join us to build productivity, analytics, collaboration, customer relationship, marketing and [...]
That’s right, the second Inbox Love is coming up on October 24, 2012. Get together with other innovators in email and meet the people who run the largest email systems in the world. Our generous hosts at Microsoft are welcoming us back to Mountain View again. We thought the first Inbox Love was excellent, but [...]
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