‘The App-Driven Life: How To Stick To Your 2014 New Year’s Resolutions’ – ‘ReadWrite’
The latest post on ‘ReadWrite’ is titled “The App-Driven Life: How To Stick To Your 2014 New Year’s Resolutions”.
Lauren Orsini says, “New Year’s resolutions are so ridiculously ineffective, it’s a wonder why we even keep up this futile tradition year after year.
According to USA.gov, in America, virtually the same resolutions are popular every year. And according to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, just 8 percent of Americans actually achieve their resolutions by year’s end.
However, technology has made it a cinch to perform feats that would have been impossible years before. Why shouldn’t it aid us in keeping our resolutions, too?“.
Daniel Burstein says, “From previous Charts of the Week, we learned that Americans overwhelmingly prefer to receive email over other channels and that 91% of people want to receive promo emails. However, that doesn’t mean that customers don’t see room for improvement. In this MarketingSherpa Chart of the Week, we take a look at research from […]
‘Email Marketing: Nonprofit achieves 12.5 times higher donation revenue per email than industry average’ – MarketingSherpa Blog
Erin Hogg says, “Roadrunner Food Bank faces real-world challenges like many nonprofits. Its ultimate goal is not only to increase donations and expand its reach, but to ultimately stop hunger in New Mexico. Read on to discover how this nonprofit leveraged a unique solution to make donations as easy as two clicks in its email marketing […]
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