|Posted by Matt Jacobson, Product Development Manager, on 3/13/2017 3:24:00 PM.|
|You have an app, a website, and a social media presence. You’re the digital wizard who somehow keeps it all going. PromoSuite Next is here to reinforce your arsenal and maximize your efforts across each platform. |
|ListenerEmail, Social Media, Marketing, PromoSuite Next|
|Posted by Andrew Smith, Manager, Client Relations on 1/30/2016 11:00:00 AM.|
Have you ever signed up for a product or service, and then struggled to actually speak to a human being (looking at you cable company I won’t mention by name…)? Have you spent an hour yelling things like “yes,” “unsure,” or “customer support” while some snarky robot tells you that it can’t understand your answer? Well at PromoSuite, we believe that while a robot can vacuum your living room, it probably can’t help you figure out your Liner rotation strategy very effectively. And that’s why each of our clients is assigned with their very own devoted Client Relations Specialist.
|WebCreator, ListenerEmail, ContestCreator, Best Practices, PromoSuite Next|
|Posted by CJ Knowles, Business Development Manager, on 9/4/2014 11:48:00 AM.|
For those of you running social contesting on Facebook, this is very important. Facebook recently announced some updates to their Platform Policy, and they buried one of the most important paragraph near the bottom:
"You must not incentivize people to use social plugins or to like a Page. This includes offering rewards, or gating apps or app content based on whether or not a person has liked a Page."
|ListenerEmail, Social Media, Sign-Up Pages, Best Practices|
|Posted by Matt Jacobson, Product Development Manager, on 11/22/2013 5:12:00 PM.|
Earlier this year, Gmail introduced their new tabbed inbox. If you are not familiar, you can see the introduction on the Official Gmail Blog.
This update is Gmailís way of helping their users sift through the flood of email they receive every day. They outline the types of messages by four overarching tabs Ė Primary, Social, Promotions and Updates. As new email comes in, Gmail attempts to look at the content and categorize the emails, helping their users see the important emails first.
|Posted by Matt Jacobson, Product Development Manager, on 9/11/2013 11:15:00 AM.|
Why should I send a test if I can see what my email looks like when I build it?
A lot of people have experience building websites, or at least viewing websites on different platforms and different browsers. Not everyone has experience building emails, despite the volume we all receive.
|ListenerEmail, Best Practices|
|Posted by CJ Knowles, Business Development Manager, on 7/25/2013 12:58:00 PM.|
Before I get going, a confession: I order a lot of takeout. I often work long hours, I have a long commute home... Iím a delivery restaurantís ideal target market. In light of that, I receive a lot of promotional emails from the online delivery service Seamless.com, a company that does a fantastic job of knowing my ordering habits and delivering its messages at the most hunger-inducing times.
I recently received an email from Seamless in my Gmail account, and I was surprised to see that they had included an animated GIF image: More
|ListenerEmail, Best Practices|
|Posted by Matt Jacobson, Product Development Manager, on 7/11/2012 11:52:00 AM.|
We all know itís important to make sure that your recipients are interested in your content so they donít just delete it and move on to the next one. But when you create an email full of great content, make sure everyone gets to see it! Donít stack your subject line with boring text, or worse, a line full of triggers getting your message sent to spam. If your email isnít delivered, no one will get to see it.
|ListenerEmail, PromoSuite Interactive, Marketing, Best Practices|