Celebrating the contributions of women at Campaign Monitor

With International Women’s Day being celebrated globally this weekend, we thought that we’d shine the spotlight on 5 long-standing women that work at Campaign Monitor - and acknowledge how their efforts have driven our 10-year journey.

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How to use email to get customer feedback and grow your business

When I first started at Campaign Monitor, I reached out to a number of our blog subscribers and asked them what they liked about the blog and what they’d like to see more of. The conversations I had were invaluable in defining our content strategy and making sure we were writing about subjects people wanted to read about.

Getting qualitative feedback from your customers or audience like that is incredibly important, and email is a fantastic way to do it.

So in this post, we’ll show you how to create a great feedback email that will deliver insights you can use to grow your business.

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Lessons learnt from sending localized email marketing campaigns

To become fluent in how your customers’ want to communicate with your brand, take a look at our free Guide to Localizing your Email Campaigns. Featuring tried-and-tested advice as well as real-world email marketing campaigns, it’s a unique guide to running international marketing campaigns.

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Campaign Monitor opens a new office in San Francisco - and we’re hiring!

It’s official - we’ve moved into San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood, as we continue to strive towards serving our customers better. If you’re passionate about creating awesome experiences for designers, marketers and agencies, take a look at some of the roles we have on offer - we’d love to hear from you.

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Buffer’s formula for adding 1000+ new email subscribers each week

Buffer are one of the biggest success stories in content marketing. They frequently get over 1 million pageviews per month on their blog and their posts are often shared more than 10,000 times across social networks.

Being a social media marketing company experiencing so much success in social media, you’d think that social would be the focus for them. Yet it isn’t, their focus is on growing their email list.

In this post, we show you why Buffer is focusing on growing their email list and breakdown how they manage to add more than 1000 new subscribers to their email list each week.

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