• Hackers Take All: Manufacturing Firm's Data Is Wide Open, Researchers Say
    Both professional and personal emails are unprotected, vpnMentor alleges in a report on the DKLOK leak.
  • Brands Do Their Homework: Content Helps Back-to-School Email Sales
    Newsletters focused on finances, family and parenting do better than generic offers, LiveIntent finds in a study of back-to-school purchasing patterns.
  • Digital Workout: How Brands Are Transforming Themselves
    Most firms are successful at digital, although budgets and other challenges get in the way, a Wipro study finds.
  • U.K. Just OK: Open Rates Are High, Click Rates Below Average
    Monday is the best day to send email and Saturday is the worst, Campaign Monitor reports.
  • SMBs And The Email Spend: It's First Among Bigger Firms
    Companies with $10 million to $20 million in sales spend more on email than other channels, Ignite Visibility reports.
  • Customers Are Forever In New Strategic Approach
    Most firms are not yet focusing on customer success, and those that are face impediments, Strikedeck reports.
  • Worldwide Opens And Clicks: Newsletters Do Well, Triggered Emails Even Better
    North America is far from dominant in engagement metrics. Europe -- perhaps because of GDPR -- is stronger, GetResponse reports.
  • Leading The Pack: How Brands Drive Quality Leads
    Email marketing is the second most-used lead-generation tactic, second only to social media, Ascend2 reports.
  • Restitution Blues: FTC Loses Appeal In Credit Report Scam Case
    The court rules that the FTC did not have authority to order an alleged scam artist to pay restitution to consumers.
  • The Nigerian Prince Lives: Feds Indict 80 In Massive International Email Fraud
    The alleged conspirators purchased a list of real estate agents in New York to distribute malicious software, the indictment states.
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