Email Marketing Daily Editions for March 2014
Email Marketing Daily - Monday, March 31, 2014
Smart TV Vulnerability Could Affect Gmail Accounts
23% of Sales Stem From Email: Econsultancy Report
Denver Center for the Performing Arts Trims Email List by 30%, Increases ROI by 738% Introduces Email Alerts
iPhone App MailTracker Lets Email Senders Sign Up For Read Receipts
Great Email Marketing Starts With Great Acquisition
Email Marketing Daily - Friday, March 28, 2014
For Stores, Pinterest Trumps Facebook And YouTube
Microsoft Promises Not to Read User Email, Even if That User is a Journalist Leaking Stories on Microsoft
The IRS Warns of Spam Email in Circulation
Steve Jobs Emailed a Smiley Face to Eric Schmidt
Google to Host Email Lessons For Seniors at New York Library
Email Marketing Daily - Thursday, March 27, 2014
Scammers May Capitalize on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Rebate Emails: BBB
68% of Marketers Consider Email to be Core to Business Strategy: ExactTarget
Google Denies Spying on Michael Arrington's Email
University of Maine Victim of Email Hoax
Customer Data And The Power Of Now
Pakistani Man Arrested For Spying in India Using Email & Fax Technology
Email Marketing Daily - Wednesday, March 26, 2014
TechCrunch Founder Claims Google Accessed His Gmail Account to Sniff Out Leak
BlackBerry Earns Clearance to Provide Email & Other Services to Government Agencies
BlinkMail Lets Mac Users Manage Email From Their Desktop
59% of Subject Lines Have Less Than 50 Characters: TrackMaven
'Nearly Certain' Google Accessed My Gmail Account, Per Michael Arrington
Google, Consumers Try To Resolve Battle Over Gmail Ads
Email Marketing Daily - Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Apple Sends Email Offering Refunds on Unauthorized In-App Purchases by Minors
Amazon Sends Email to Kindle Customers Offering Credits in Response to eBook Lawsuit
Microsoft Reveals Vulnerabilities Caused by Reading Word Docs in Outlook
Portland State University Plans to Cut Off Email to Striking Faculty
Emails Reveal Fighting Between Apple & Google Over Recruitment
Honest-ly: Personalization Boosts Conversions For The Honest Company
Super-Engagement: Increasing The Value Of Your Most Valuable Subscribers
Email Marketing Daily - Monday, March 24, 2014
Jimmy Carter Doesn't Use Email Because of NSA Spying
Thursday Is the Most Popular Day to Send Marketing Emails: TrackMaven
Google, Apple & Yahoo's Terms Allow Them to Read a User's Email
Virtu Extends Email Encryption to Microsoft Office & Outlook Email
Hawaiian State Senator Sends Email Blast Criticizing the Appointment of a State Board of Agriculture Member
The Glass Needs Resizing
Email Marketing Daily - Friday, March 21, 2014
Microsoft Changes Privacy Policy After Reading a Journalist's Email
Twitter Rolls Out New Email Feature
Canadian Government Looks to Consolidate Email Systems
Microsoft Defends Reading a Hotmail User's Email
Google Adds Encryption to Email to Block NSA Interception
Email Marketing Daily - Thursday, March 20, 2014
Google Adds Encryption to Email to Block NSA Interception
NY State Health Exchange Website Exposes Email Addresses
The NSA Targets Email Addresses, Not Keywords
San Diego Mayor Strikes Email Elimination Proposal
Nigerian Email Spammers Share Secrets of the Trade
Send a Blast, Kill a Hamster
Email Marketing Daily - Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Google Scores Big Win In Email Privacy Case
Judge Dismisses Class Action Against Google in Gmail Scanning Case
Federal Judge Criticized Justice Department For Mass Email Surveillance
LaunchBit to Expand Beyond Email Ad Network Focus
Brandeis University Adds Gaming Element to Fundraising Email Campaign
The Law Society UK Warns About Spam Outbreak
IgnitionOne Acquires DMP Knotice
Email Couponing Beats Other Promotions
Email Marketing, Then And Now
Email Marketing Daily - Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Goucher College Emails Acceptance Letters to Rejected Applicants
Fake Grand Theft Auto Email in Circulation
Google Docs Email Phishing Scam is Circulating
U.S. Army Embarrassed by Email Security Test That Instead Went Viral
IRS Warns About Email & Phone Scam Targeting Retirees
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