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Removing the 60 Character Line Limit on Plain-Text Email

If you send plain-text email, or take an interest in the plain-text version of your…

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Outlook 2013 Doesn’t Respect Height in Empty Table Cells

Noticed a little more whitespace in your campaigns when viewing them in Outlook 2013? Then…

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More Than $12 Million Paid to Designers

Last year I was super excited to share that we’d passed the $5 million mark….

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Does the Fold Matter in Email Marketing?

Is the concept of ‘the fold’ just as relevant to email, as it is to…

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Responsive Email Design: Targeting More Than iPhones with Media Queries

Are your existing media queries limiting your newsletter to looking good on the Apple iPhone?…

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What Email Designers Can Learn from the Responsive Web

Email designers tend to think of how their design looks in desktop and webmail email…

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Vale, Hotmail: What Microsoft’s New Outlook Means to Email Senders

Today, Microsoft automatically transitioned all Hotmail.com accounts to the new Outlook webmail client. We look…

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Staying on the Right Side of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation

Now is a good time for a refresher on what CASL currently covers and the…

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New Resource: Symbols in Subject Lines

In the fight for attention in the inbox, adding symbols to your subject lines has…

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New Guide: Responsive Email Design

If you’re dabbling with mobile email, or really want to dive straight into the deep…

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A Designer’s Guide to Outlook 2013 and Office 365

Is Outlook 2013 a step in the right direction, or simply more of the same?…

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