Lyris Connections Blog

Category: Digital Marketing Trends

Free Lyris Webinar: Ask the Email Gurus!

Apr 08, 2014 by

In a first-of-its-kind Q & A format for Lyris Webinars, we’re bringing together our top strategists and deliverability experts to take on the questions you’ve been wanting to ask but didn’t know who to turn to.   Ask the Email Gurus!Thursday, April 1011:00am PDT / 2:00pm EDT   Our gurus will answer questions that have already… 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 »

[Infographic] Live Email Content: 5 Techniques to Bring Your Emails to Life

Feb 25, 2014 by

Including live email content that adapts in real time is key to delivering relevant information to your subscribers at just the right moment. In the infographic below we share five types of live email content and how to incorporate them in your next email campaigns.    About Kickdynamic: Lyris partner Kickdynamic is a real-time contextual marketing… Read More »

Why Facebook’s $19 Billion Acquisition of WhatsApp is the Smartest Move it’s Ever Made

Feb 20, 2014 by

Before this week, it’s fair to say that recent Facebook news has been pretty grim. Many have predicted that it is about to fall to a death, with one source comparing the social network effect to that of an infectious disease and saying Facebook will lose 80% of its users in the next few years, and… Read More »

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