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Using Purchased Data

In the email marketing industry, there’s a lot of conversation about using purchased data and whether or not this practice should be allowed. The good news is that with CMAdvantage, you’re not restricted to only being able to upload organic data, we allow purchased data too. You might be thinking, why do you allow purchased […]

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Why Do My Emails Bounce?

In the world of emails, we often hear things like “I got a hard bounce”, “this email soft bounced” or “look at my bounce rate”. But what does it all mean? There are lots of suggestions about what a bounced email is. Some people think a bounced email is when you receive an out of […]

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What the Apple iOS Changes Mean for Email

Earlier this year, Apple announced it’s Mail Privacy Protection for their Mail app on iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey devices. The latest version of the mobile operating system and its iPad equivalent iOS15.5, is currently rolling out worldwide. According to Apple “Protection stops senders from using invisible pixels to collect information about the […]

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When to Use and Not Use Auto Resend

Despite the increasing popularity of social media, messengers and chat apps, e-mail has remained central to digital communications and continues to grow. In fact, a whopping 306.4 billion e-mails were estimated to have been sent and received each day in 2020 according to statista. With these facts in mind, we are discussing the subject of […]

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Benefits of Using Campaignmaster’s Online Form Builders

Online forms generate further engagement from email campaigns and can add more specifics to your existing database, enabling you to personalise your communications more effectively. With Campaignmaster, you can create a variety of online forms that can be used to grow your databases organically. They can also be used to capture ad-hoc data for events […]

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Forward to a Friend

When it comes to email marketing we talk about best practise and what you should and shouldn’t include in the content. One important link that is quite underestimated in our opinion, is the Forward to A Friend link. Perhaps not considered so important as people can just forward emails directly right?  Yes, you can but […]

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TLS (Transport Layer Security) in Email

An email is a communication that is sent from one server (email clients) to another (receiving email servers). Whilst an email is in transit from one server to another, it becomes vulnerable as it is open for unknown parties to eavesdrop on. TLS or Transport Layer Security helps stop this from happening by encrypting the […]

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Opt Down Not Out

It is advisable to offer subscribers options of what type of e-communications they wish to receive, in order to send targeted email marketing campaigns. Below is an example of the different types of e-communications that British Airways have on offer: That’s quite a varied choice! If you have a large number of communication lines as […]

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Email Throttling

Email throttling is a common practice employed by the ISP (Internet Service Provider). Funny name heh? You can learn more email marketing terms in our useful glossary. In layman’s terms, throttling means limiting the amount of emails you can send to a particular domain during a specified period of time. Throttling is carried out by the […]

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