Christina Warren says, “Google announced on Tuesday that it has added new spam filtering support to Gmail to help crack down on phishing attacks. Last week, Gmail added support for non-Latin characters as a first step in helping email become more global. This is good news for countries where users speak and write in non-Latin languages, but it can also present […]
Archive for the ‘ Gmail for Email Marketing ’ Category
Martin Beck says, “Since February Gmail has included an “Unsubscribe” link at the top of many newsletters, a feature intended to give users an easier way to manage their overflowing inboxes. The links only appeared on email filtered into Gmail’s Promotions tab. Today, Google announced that it has extended the Unsubscribe feature into Gmail’s Social and […]
Jay Baer‘s latest ‘Convince & Convert’ blog post is titled “How to Make Sure Your Emails Land in Gmail’s Primary Inbox″.
The latest article on ‘MarketingProfs’ is titled “Four Email Marketing Tips to Help You Get the Most Out of Gmail”.
The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Gmail grid view: six implications for email marketers”.
‘Gmail’s New Visual Promotions Tab: Quick Observations and Tips for Email Marketers’ – Silverpop Blog
The latest Silverpop blog post is titled “Gmail’s New Visual Promotions Tab: Quick Observations and Tips for Email Marketers”.
The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “Embrace Google’s Promotions Tab”.
The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “How to Optimize Your Emails for Gmail’s New Image-Heavy Inbox”.
The latest article on ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “How Email Marketers Should Mark Up Messages For Gmail’s New Grid View”.
‘Email Marketers Aren’t Ready For Gmail’s Grid View, Yet: What You Need To Know To Stand Out’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article
The latest article on ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “Email Marketers Aren’t Ready For Gmail’s Grid View, Yet: What You Need To Know To Stand Out”.