Mon, Jun 14, 04 | Author: Todd Paridon | Category: admail services, news
At admail.net, we listen to your suggestions. As a result, new features are being added and others improved. One of the recent additions debuting this month is a new download section.
Thu, Apr 15, 04 | Author: Alynn Gillespie | Category: best practices, email marketing, sending email, tips
Spam has become a major issue and anti-spam services have made an attempt at lessening the problem. If the trend continues more and more companies will be employing spam filtering. As a legitimate opt-in marketer, this means that if you are not careful about the content AND construction of your e-mail campaigns, you may be subjecting your campaigns to undue attention and unnecessary spam filtering.
Thu, Apr 15, 04 | Author: Todd Paridon | Category: admail services, news
Be on the lookout for additional functionality from your interest groups. We've upped the maximum allowable to 32 current interest groups and built in some new features.
Mon, Mar 15, 04 | Author: Todd Paridon | Category: admail services, news
Debuting the week of March 22, uploading your list of clients will become easier. If you have an Admail.net Advantage account, you will be able to upload your list into your account in a variety of ways, including pipe delimited, comma delimited and tab delimited format. We recommend the pipe delimited format, because the pipe ( | ) is a very uncommon character in our language presents assures a higher degree of accuracy when our system reads your file. Comma delimited, or Comma Separated Value (CSV) is a very common Save As... option in most popular database and spreadsheet programs. As the comma is more prevalent in our language, the possibility of having data corrupted by a misplaced comma is slightly higher. Tab delimited is an older format that separates fields with tabs and is still an Export As... or Save As... option in some software. Tabs present the same possible problems as commas in data corruption.
Mon, Mar 15, 04 | Author: Todd Paridon | Category: admail services, best practices
The new Can-Spam law requires e-mail marketers to include an opt-out link in all campaigns. If a recipient requests to be removed from your mailing list, they are not to receive any further correspondence from you. This requires you to have and maintain an accurate and responsive suppression list for those who have opted-out or be faced with the possibility of fines and lawsuits.
Sun, Feb 15, 04 | Author: Robert Hicks | Category: admail services, news
The programmers at Admail have been hard at work developing new features for the web site.
Sun, Feb 15, 04 | Author: Alynn Gillespie | Category: best practices, news
The Can-Spam act has been in effect for a little over a month now, so how does this effect you? Well, as long as you play by the rules, it may end up benefiting you more than you know. This new bill supersedes all state laws, so if you are doing business in a state with tougher laws, things have just lightened up a bit. Also, by requiring all e-mail advertisers to include a functioning return address, a physical address for the organization, and a clearly stated opt-out, the law could help remove some of the stigma attached to e-mail marketing.
Mon, Dec 15, 03 | Author: Thomas Lingenfelter | Category: best practices, email marketing, tips
You have your perfect customer model and your ready to move forward with your email campaign. All you have to do is select the appropriate mailing lists to start your campaign, right? Don't you wish it was that easy. List selection is a combination of art and science. Therefore, as in our previous newsletters we have a list of list selection nuggets to help you make the job a little easier:
Mon, Dec 15, 03 | Author: Alynn Gillespie | Category: email marketing
Drilling down and mining the best prospects for email campaigns has become the holy grail of today's direct marketer. While the cost of direct email marketing is much lower than conventional direct mail marketing, the need to get the most bang for you marketing dollar is still a priority. Therefore, you want to ensure that you have chosen your target audience wisely and that you have set realistic benchmarks for your campaign. This entails more than writing the perfect marketing message or having the perfect product. It requires you to know your prospective clients.
Sat, Nov 15, 03 | Author: Thomas Lingenfelter | Category: email marketing
It would be nice to rely on a list of successful marketing techniques focused on the email arena. However, the truth is there are not many simple, tried and true email marketing techniques out there. Testing is essential, if you want to consistently reach the largest number of your target audience. The cost of testing is outweighed by the costs of failing to test. You can design simple A/B split tests or head-to-head tests for a couple of variables in your email. However, the chances that these forms of testing to will help refine a large number of variables in an email campaign are negligible and in many cases cost prohibitive.