I’ve been receiving a lot of emails from startups recently and noticed that they are surprisingly good at email design. So let’s take a look at the anatomy of a startup email design. Cool logo Obviously the first thing every startup needs is an über cool-looking logo that’s fun and funky, yet sophisticated and professional.
Marketers who leverage mobile marketing at its best will provide unique experiences for consumers, regardless of time or space constraints, in ways that are differentiated, relevant, and intensely personal. It’s a large component of what we at Lyris refer to as connected customer communications. In my last two blogs I discussed the reasons for mobile-optimizing
In my last blog, I provided statistics on the growing mobile market and the importance of optimizing emails for mobile. So now that you know you should, here’s how you can! There are three primary options for making your emails mobile-optimized. Here’s a quick look at how each option works, as well as the pros
This year, 4.55 billion people worldwide will use a mobile phone, and by 2016, mobile subscriptions are predicted to reach 8 billion, with over $750 billion of spend influenced by mobile devices. Whether cell phones, smartphones, tablets, or apps – the move to mobile devices is having a significant impact on consumer engagement. Mobile users interact
Did you know that 70% of consumers delete emails immediately that don’t render well on their mobile devices? If your emails aren’t mobile-friendly, responsive email design is an option you might want to consider. Lyris Sr. Strategy Consultant Andrew King is a big proponent and he’ll spend 30 minutes tomorrow morning showing you why: Making