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Moderated or Unmoderated: Which Type of Usability Testing Is Best for You?

Tom Bowen — March 20, 2017 — March 20, 2017 There’s no doubt that conversion optimization is made up of many activities and tactics. Analytics analysis, A/B testing, email marketing, heat mapping, these are just some of the important tactics that go into optimizing a site for conversions. But to me, one of the most … Continue reading Moderated or Unmoderated: Which Type of Usability Testing Is Best for You?

105 Ways to Build Your Email List: Tips, Tactics, and Best Practices

VerticalResponse — March 17, 2017 Follow @VR4SmallBiz— March 17, 2017 One of the first steps in any email marketing campaign is pulling together a list of addresses from people likely to be interested in what you have to say or promote. That said, building a list from scratch can seem a little overwhelming at first. … Continue reading 105 Ways to Build Your Email List: Tips, Tactics, and Best Practices

Pay Attention to Me: The Best Subject Lines [Infographic]

Isabel Hayward — March 6, 2017 — March 6, 2017 With the frequent emergence and growth of new, lucrative social media such as Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram (the #trifecta), combined with the existing ease of communications platforms like text-messaging, it tends to become more and more difficult to grasp the attention of the reader through … Continue reading Pay Attention to Me: The Best Subject Lines [Infographic]

Better collaboration is the best martech investment you can make

Columnist Justin Dunham reminds us that our marketing technology solutions are only as good as the processes and culture that surround them. Justin Dunham on March 2, 2017    Think about the dozens of channels that you have to manage for any given marketing campaign. Web, email, in-product messaging, social, press releases, media placements, display … Continue reading Better collaboration is the best martech investment you can make

Innovation Best Practices — Three “Periscopes” to Help Rise Above

Lisa Fernow — February 23, 2017 — February 23, 2017 Anyone leading a well-established business faces the challenge of needing to innovate within a large organization while still getting the day-to-day business done. It’s not easy. Innovation is risky. It involves change. And in the heat of battle, it’s tempting to put innovation on the … Continue reading Innovation Best Practices — Three “Periscopes” to Help Rise Above