Mon, Dec 14, 09 | Author: Dan Lukens | Category: admail services, best practices, email marketing, sending email, tips
When you send out an email campaign, use your head! There are several ways to improve the deliverability of your html emails, one of them being using appropriately sized images. Using images that are very large is a red flag for spam filters and makes the emails less appealing and harder to load.
Mon, Dec 07, 09 | Author: Dan Lukens | Category: best practices, email marketing, sending email, tips
An instructional post describing how to improve the result of any Admail.net email marketing campaign by getting on your recipients contact list and by using familiar branding.
Wed, Nov 18, 09 | Author: Dan Lukens | Category: admail services, news
Advertising requires honesty and this applies, by law, to mass mailing sent out to mail lists. If your business uses html mass email marketing don't forget that your reputation depends on your following Federal Trade Commission guidelines. By using common sense and best practices, along with Admail's email builder, you can produce an effective and business-driving bulk email campaign.
Fri, Nov 13, 09 | Author: Dan Lukens | Category: admail services, news
At Admail.net customer service has always been number one. To maintain that quality and to provide their customers with an even higher level of support, Admail.net has hired Dan Lukens as their new Content Manager.
Thu, Nov 12, 09 | Author: Dan Lukens | Category: best practices, tips
How to avoid damaging your reputation by following CAN-SPAM rules and regulations.
Tue, Jun 30, 09 | Author: Robert Hicks | Category: best practices, email marketing
Buying a list of emails to send email marketing to can be enticing because it's easy, but the negative consequences are not worth the trouble in the end.
Sun, May 03, 09 | Author: Robert Hicks | Category: admail services, email marketing, tips
Admail's Accu Trak delivers key information to help you determine what is or isn't working in your campaigns. Recently I attended the Marketing Sherpa Annual Conference, during one session the presenter said: While vast amounts of information and tracking that information are available, sometimes you have to ask yourself "Do I really need it?". Clients many times want to track every minute detail to the moment of yes, Analytic Paralysis. Just because you can think of it does not always mean you can use it. Sometimes it really boils down to having a better understanding of what is in front of you.