Deep Thoughts in Email Marketing — March 2016 Edition

Andrew Kordek

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Continuing the monthly tradition of providing you deep thoughts that will perhaps spawn a little laughter or a little chatter amongst the email brethren.

  • Imagine a day where every single email marketer and every single spammer pressed the send button at the same time.

  • I wonder if English teachers secretly want to grade the grammar from emails they receive from retailers.

  • Would using the SL of “Open now to unsubscribe” in a campaign to your inactives work?

  • How would DOI work at the POS register at your local retailer if you didn’t send an email to confirm?

  • If the US Postal services eAppended the entire country into their DB, what would be the appropriate thing to send first?

  • I think its funny when I get an email about an email conference in my spam folder.

  • Has there ever been an incident where a deliverability consultant turned to the dark side and became a spammer?


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Andrew Kordek

Andrew Kordek is a Co-Founder of Trendline Interactive.

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