If I send bulk mail to somebody, there's a good chance it will go to their spam filter. But if THEY send to ME (like I've said to write to me for an offer) then I'm automatically whitelisted on their system, right? Or ...
2013 was a big year for the email marketing world. Mobile opens finally hit and surpassed the 50% mark, while Android moved from the #6 spot to #3 spot and now represents 12% of total opens. In April, following months of anticipation, Outlook.com finally replaced Hotmail. After a brief trip to the #4 spot, Outlook.com ended the year at #7 and represents 6% of opens.
We’ve all done it. In fact even as I write this, I’m fully aware there’s a shopping basket full of blu-rays on an ecommerce site, from the end of 2013, sitting and waiting for me to click ‘confirm purchase'.
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