You’re probably receiving lots of privacy notifications from social media, apps, websites, the charities you follow, and others. This activity is due to a deadline of March 25, 2018, set by the GDPR. Continue reading What I’m Doing with MailChimp and GDPR Compliance
I hope this post will be helpful for any blogger to know how to keep their site looking the way they want it to with a little bit of knowledge about HTML. Continue reading Easy HTML Tips to Clean Up Your Blog (and MailChimp, Too)
For this post, I wondered if any studies had been done on personality types and tech tools. I’m not a psychologist, but I do know tech tools, so I started a little digging around and would love your feedback. Continue reading Which eTools Fit Your Myers-Briggs Type?
If you read no further, start making sure the first two words of your email subject line communicate your main message. If possible, even stick to a two-word subject line. Subject lines with a three or more word have an open rate of 15%! Continue reading Are Your eMails Opened? Are They Marked as Spam?
Keep your email subject line short; it may be truncated by your reader’s mobile device. And other email subject line tips. Continue reading Byte-Size Email Subject Lines
Unfortunately, you can’t really just do one process for all modes of sending your newsletter; you’ll need to be willing to create several versions, which will take time. (Part two of two parts.) Continue reading Workflow Options: MailChimp, Newsletters, and PDF Attachments, Part Two