• Carry On: Four Big Email Marketing Trends Of 2020
    Why look back? Here are four emerging developments that could dominate the email space, starting on Wednesday.
  • Many Happy Returns: Ecommerce Brands Brace For Jan. 2
    Ecommerce sales hit new highs during this holiday season -- and so did returns, judging by a new study from Splitit.
  • Anti-Social Media: Have Hatred And Threats Become The Norm?
    Email is also used to deliver overheated rhetoric --- and threats, the Committee to Protect Journalists reports.
  • Ecommerce Holiday Haul: Sales Grew By Double Digits
    Overall growth was dwarfed by online sales, according to Mastercard SpendingPulse.
  • Newsday: The Email Gift That Never Stops Giving
    "Newsday" stopped emailing me when I opted out. But then it took up right where it left off.
  • Taking A Risk On Email: Is There Room For A Startup?
    An Israeli firm is offering app that combines all collaboration tasks in one workspace. But can it work?
  • The Attribution Minefield: What's Keeping Brands From Multi-Touch Intelligence
    Multi-touch attribution use is growing. But only a minority of firms have integrated it into their media mix, the MMA reports.
  • Personalization Rising: Retailers Line Up Their 2020 Email Goals
    Retail brands want to increase their personalized emails from 10% to 30%, Bluecore reports.
  • Spam Scam Wham: Email And Phone Are The Main Delivery Channels, Study Asserts
    But few spam and scam messages are received by text, a Zipwhip study claims.
  • Ecommerce Intel: What Brands Are Planning For 2020
    Most firms will utilize email marketing automation, and most will increase their ecommerce budgets, 2Checkout reports.
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