You should be able to use portions of this post at any time, but I’m writing today so you’ll be able to personalize and schedule a reminder MailChimp email. Continue reading Sending A MailChimp Reminder Email
We’re ready to look inside MailChimp. I’ll be explaining lists, segments, groups, and tags. Resist the temptation to skip over this information. By understanding these features and knowing how to use them, you’ll actually send less email to people. Continue reading Inside MailChimp
This is an opportunity for you to look over my shoulder as I’m working on our EOYA today. I’m writing today about your End-of-Year Ask (EOYA). In part two, I’ll share about following up your EOYA with MailChimp. Continue reading Walking through an End-of-Year Ask with Sus
I’m sure you’ve received suspicious emails. I had several back-to-back last month. These “spear phishing” emails were a new kind in my experience. Spear phishing moves from general “casting of a net” hoping to catch somebody unawares, to emails directed to an individual. These scammers were trying to extort money from me to blackmail me. Continue reading Are You a Victim of Spear Phishing?
Are you ready for tips using new Google Calendar features? This post is about new features released a few months ago. Continue reading New Google Calendar Tips for 2018
If you’re like me, and you’ve used almost all of your memory, no need to worry. The Google Authenticator app takes a surprisingly small amount of memory. I surprised myself by installing it without having to delete any other apps on my phone. Continue reading Using Google Authenticator (Guest Post)