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All About eMail Live! in Tweets

February 8, 2013 By Melissa Campanelli
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Here's a look at a few key takeaways — and fun perspectives — via tweets sent during eMarketing + Commerce's All About eMail Live! conference, which took place on Jan. 31 in Atlanta:

"Nothing in email marketing works 100% of the time. Mixing it up is the key. Dela Quist, #eLive13"
@eMarCom

"Dig as deep as you can, measure as much as you can, then react according to the metrics. Justin Rondeau, Which Test Won, #eLive13"
@eMarCom

"Showing is better than telling (begging). Icons in emails is no longer enough. #eLive13"
@TeresaCaro

"Just adding a Share button to your emails isn't integration. Give them something special to share. Andrew Kordek, #eLive13"
@eMarCom

"Focus on how to be social in email, rather than how email integrates with social #elive13 #theCollective"
@edubbya79

"Collect user data that you can actually use. If you're not going to use it, don't collect it. David Daniels #eLive13"
@eMarCom

"Ignore Droid users at your peril. A fully Apple strategy will leave a large market outside. via @SimmsJenkins #eLive13"

 

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