Lyris Connections Blog

Category: Customer Engagement

Retail Email Trends: Australasia Vol. I

May 14, 2014 by

This is the first of many posts that we’ll be writing on the email marketing habits of top Australasian retailers. The aim is to identify key trends and areas for improvement, and to provide you with regular email inspiration and commentary in general. We’ll hopefully be rolling out something similar for other regions of the… Read More »

Lyris Customer Success: How Can you Argue against Pop-ups with Results Like These?

May 13, 2014 by

As a Lyris marketer, I have occasion to spend time on a lot of websites – our own, our customers’, our competitors’, and of course, those of the companies I do business with. What I’m noticing lately, and hearing from our own strategic consultants, is that the use of email subscription pop-ups is gaining traction,… Read More »

What if you Could Learn How to Get Email Right – and $ave Hundreds?

May 08, 2014 by

You can – if you sign up by May 9: Lyris Email Marketing Boot Camp & CertificationJune 5 – 6San Francisco Day One for Lyris Customers and Marketers at-largeDay Two for Lyris Customers only   Enjoy Early Bird savings of $200 – $400, plus five more reasons to register NOW: 1. Learn email marketing tactics… Read More »

Promotional Email in Gmail is About to Change – Welcome to Gmail Grid View

Apr 02, 2014 by

For as long as I can remember, every single email client has displayed subject lines in exactly the same way. But this week, that has started to change. Gmail, continuing to rampantly innovate the experience that its users have with email, are trying something new. And this time, it’s with subject lines. This is how… Read More »

Free Lyris Webinar: Digital Disruption and the New Agency Challenge

Mar 13, 2014 by

Over the past five years, digital has defined “what’s new” from marketing agencies, though often still with an advertising mindset. At the same time, accelerating adoption of digital channels and services has created the Age of the Customer – resulting in a disconnect for agencies between marketing obsession and customer obsession that is simply no… Read More »

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