4 Ways to Enhance Your Prospect Data with GetFeedback + Pardot

How well do you know your audience? Even the most data-minded marketers have to make educated guesses from time to time. Unfortunately, those guesses can lead to unsubscribes and other unfavorable results if you miss the mark by too much. Getting to know the people you’re selling to is essential if you want to be…

5 Tips for Using Emojis in Email Subject Lines

Emojis have come a long way from the simple smiley face. Developers have given us the power to express ourselves via emoji in almost every situation, from the classic heart eyes 😍, to the sweat smile 😅, the zipper mouth 🤐, to the mind blown 🤯. They’ve expanded into the wild worlds of animals, food, travel, and culture and…

Introducing: GetFeedback for Pardot

Post-sale customer feedback helps companies improve service quality, product value and NPS scores. But why wait until after the purchase is complete to request feedback? The value of feedback can play a huge role during the lead generation and nurture phases, in order to help marketers fully understand the audiences they’re trying to reach. The goal…

Why is my email going to spam? Email Best Practices in 5 Parts

Today’s blog post kicks off a brand new series focused around the most deceptively complicated question in email sending: “Why is my email going to spam?” We’ll start the series with an exploration on why that question is insanely complicated, then in a couple weeks we’ll dig into some reasons things might be going wrong…

Email Marketing: A Study in What Not to Do

Recently, I took my car to the dealership to get my window fixed. As part of this transaction, I gave my email address to be contacted with a price quote and get updates about where my car is in the maintenance process. Okay, cool, I’m completely fine with that. What I was later not so…

This FREE blog post will show you the secret to MORE MONEY

One of the most common questions I get when helping marketers with their email marketing, is related to certain words being in the subject line of a marketing email. “Don’t use FREE in all caps, don’t use exclamation points, don’t use terms like ‘Offer expires’ or ‘last chance’ if you want your mail delivered!” are…

We Need to Talk… About Building Customer Relationships

February always gets me, and I’m sure many others, thinking about relationships. February 14, depending on your relationship status, is either Singles Awareness Day or it’s Oh No Did We Make Reservations At That One Restaurant day. In thinking through that, I realized we say “relationship” a lot in a corporate setting. “We value our…

It’s Not You, It’s Your Emails: Breaking Up With Your Bad Email Sending Habits

It’s February, and you know what that means, time for another themed post! In researching some info around Valentine’s day, I learned February 13 tends to be considered “National Breakup day”. So, in light of that (somewhat unsurprising) news, today I figured I’d take some cliched breakup reasons and give them a bit of a…