|Posted by Matt Jacobson, Product Development Manager, on 5/29/2018 10:30:00 AM.|
Do you need to see how your airtime is being promised? Maybe you have a big client meeting and want to see how much promotional inventory is left to bring in that big deal. Maybe your station sounds cluttered and you need a more visual display of your commitments.
If so, PromoSuite Next has the feature for you. Our new Avails tool will show you all that. And more!
This is starting to sound like an infomercial, so keep reading to get to the good stuff.
|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 Matt Jacobson, Product Development Manager, on 12/15/2016 9:00:00 AM.|
What’s Next? That was the big question entering 2016 and our
developers answered with a slew of awesome new features to PromoSuite Next!
We’re already working on even bigger enhancements for the New Year but before
we look ahead, let’s take a quick look back.
|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 Gmail’s 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 – 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|
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