Email Marketing Statistics

Email continues to lead the nurturing and retention strategy of virtually every business online. It’s affordable, it’s easy to implement, it’s measurable, and it’s effective. However, if organizations abuse this medium, it will have repercussions. Unsolicited spam is out of control and too many businesses continue to violate the terms of service of email providers and import lists. By doing this, they’re degrading the email reputation of their business and emails to opted-in, valuable subscribers

The Digital Marketing Landscape

2019 is driving closer and the constant evolution in the advertising landscape continues to change the way we do digital advertising. We’ve already watched some new digital trends, but according to the stats, less than 20% of businesses implemented new trends in their digital advertising strategy in 2018. This faсt causes controversy: we watch the new trends that expect to make waves in the upcoming year, but usually, stick to the old path. 2019 can

Welcome Message Lessons from Email Experts

The welcome message might at first seem trivial as many marketers would assume once a customer has signed up, the deed is done and they are validated in their role. As marketers, however, it is our job to guide users through the entire experience with the company, with the goal of promoting an ever-increasing customer lifetime value. One of the most important aspects of the user experience is the first impression. This first impression can

The Science of Scent Marketing

Each time that I get home from a busy day, especially if I’ve spent a lot of time on the road, the first thing I do is light a candle. One of my favorites is a sea salt driftwood candle called Calm. A few minutes after lighting it, I’m feeling pretty good and… I’m calm. The science behind smell is fascinating. Humans have about 50 different smell receptors that help us discern more than a

Amazon Web Services: How Big Is AWS?

Working with technology companies, I’m amazed at how many are hosting their platforms on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Netflix, Reddit, AOL, and Pinterest are now running on Amazon services. Even GoDaddy is moving a majority of its infrastructure there. Key to the popularity is the combination of the high availability and low cost. Amazon S3, for example, is designed to deliver 99.999999999% availability, serving trillions of objects worldwide. Amazon is notorious for its aggressive pricing