Archive by category Email Marketing

Want Your Emails To Get Delivered Better? Print Out and Keep This Neat Infographic.

Want Your Emails To Get Delivered Better? Print Out and Keep This Neat Infographic.

Email marketing company Vertical Response provides a great overview of tips in how small business owners can better ensure their emails get through spam folders and other barriers to reach their intended destinations. Vertical Responses infographic shows that you can directly influence whether your emails land in the inbox or the dreaded Spam folder. While the [...]

Accounting and Email Marketing Partnership: Segment Customers In Xero, Email With Constant Contact

Accounting and Email Marketing Partnership: Segment Customers In Xero, Email With Constant Contact

Small business accounting company Xero recently added a new feature called Smart Lists. This feature enables you to segments customers in Xero based on certain criteria. For example, who bought what product in a certain period of time? You can then take this list and seamlessly send it to Constant Contact to market to them. [...]

Building a Lifestyle Brand: Todd Tesoro of Ivy Prepster Shares Tips at Wix Small Business Breakfast (Video)

Building a Lifestyle Brand: Todd Tesoro of Ivy Prepster Shares Tips at Wix Small Business Breakfast (Video)

Were you able to attend the last Wix Small Biz Breakfast on June 11th? We were able to have an informative conversation with Todd Tesoro, founder of Ivy Prepster, and he shared his thoughts and ideas on building a lifestyle brand. I know some of you weren’t able to make it, so I’ve uploaded the [...]

Can Robly Email Marketing Steal Constant Contact’s Dissatisfied Customers?

Can Robly Email Marketing Steal Constant Contact’s Dissatisfied Customers?

Robly is a new email marketing service, based in New York and San Francisco, targeting dissatisfied Constant Contact customers. Robly’s co-founders have built an email marketing service that they claim is easier to use than Constant Contact, with rich features like Mail Chimp and with great support like Rackspace (this analogy is mine – not [...]