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Yearly Archives: 2012

When Digital Marketing Goes Native

Dec 21, 2012 by

Are you an avid “scroller” or a “super skimmer?” Studies suggest that on average, people will read about 20% of text on the average page . I think I may be a part of that group because I find myself subconsciously scrolling or skimming through articles on a daily basis. One thing that I’ve noticed… Read More »

Email Inspiration: Six Great Responsive Email Designs

Dec 13, 2012 by

See even more mobile optimized emails here > We all know the number of people reading emails on mobile devices is increasing every month. According to our friends at Litmus, 22% of the 109 million opens it recorded in October 2012 came from iPhones! So it’s great to see some brands embracing responsive email design… Read More »

Big Data Redux: Let’s Get Squishy

Dec 06, 2012 by

I had several of “those” experiences recently: the ones where something you’ve only just become aware of suddenly commands your attention wherever you turn. It’s like the “something” has been there all along but you just haven’t noticed. Take my new fascination with mercury glass. I was looking for holiday decorating ideas and discovered mercury… Read More »

Growing your Email Marketing Database

Nov 30, 2012 by

Building, growing, and nurturing an email marketing subscriber base can appear to be a difficult endeavor for any marketer, but there are some simple and effective methods to help develop an email marketing database. Website Customers arrive at your website to purchase, research, or compare. It is important to build prominent email sign-up opportunities throughout… Read More »

Learn the Future of Marketing Analytics: Free Lyris Webinar

Nov 26, 2012 by

We are excited to announce a free Lyris Webinar this Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 2:00 pm ET titled Top 3 Ways Big Data Will Transform Digital Marketing in 2013. We invited Gleanster Principal Analyst Ian Michels to share and discuss recent research that provides new insights into the future of marketing analytics. You’ll hear the… Read More »