Month: March 2010

  • Gmail Problem: Some Links Not Working in Text-only Emails

    I wrote a short “how-to” article over on my Email Marketing Blog about why some URL links may render as non-clickable in Gmail. It’s not clear at this time if this is a bug in the Gmail web client, or it’s an intentional feature, but one thing is clear: Google is once again unnecessarily making […]

  • Learn How to Use Blogging, Social Media Networking and Email to Grow Your Business

    Did you know that 80% of all sales now start as research on the Internet – are you doing your best so that your next ideal client can find you? Join me and a small group of local business owners for an intensive 3-hour training session in Oakville. After the seminar you will have learnt […]

  • Why Use an Email Service Provider to Send Your Group Emails?

    An Email Service Provider is an online service that enables you to: manage your email contacts (clients, leads, subscribers, etc) create and send personalized email messages to each contact individually your contacts can change their own preferences: change their email address, unsubscribe from your list(s), subscribe to other lists, etc. track how many of your […]

  • Basic Email List Maintenance

    If you’re using an Email Service Provider to send your email newsletter or flyer — and if you’re not, you may be breaking the law, depending on where you live — you should keep an eye on email bounces. I wrote this article on how to keep your email list lean and clean over at […]

  • Donate to WordPress Plugin Developers Day

    Today, March 1st, was designated WordPress Plugin Donation Day. WordPress is the best blogging platform available, and one of the things that makes it so awesome as a tool for developing rich web sites are the plugins. If there’s anything you need you blog site to do and it’s not available in the base WordPress […]