How to create the perfect out of office message

The out of office message is a crucial part of email communication in the workplace. If you don’t have access to your email, your contacts will want...

E-mail marketing: the best time to send newsletters

When do you read your e-mails? In the morning over a coffee, on the train en route to work, or even stretched out on the sofa in the evening? The question sounds odd – but it’s one that plagues marketers for hours when choosing a delivery strategy for newsletters. The send time and frequency of newsletters are closely connected to the open and click rate – and so play a key role in the success of...

E-mail encryption: how PGP secures the content of your e-mails

Online privacy is a sensitive issue that affects experts and amateurs alike. Whether you’re posting on social networks, carrying out banking transactions, or buying from an online store, your data is not always sufficiently protected. The same applies to e-mails. Don’t let cyber criminals get their hands on your content by encrypting your e-mails.

Identifying phishing e-mails: the telltale signs at a glance

Scammers send out dubious e-mails attempting to obtain sensitive data from internet users every day. This is known as phishing and isn’t just annoying; fraudulent e-mails cost millions each year as internet users fall victim to them. We reveal how to identify phishing e-mails and how to render your inbox harmless.

Email encryption with SSL

Are your emails encrypted when you send and receive them? If not, there’s no time like the present! Encrypting your email is the only way to ensure it arrives safely at its destination. Otherwise sensitive data such as passwords, bank details or addresses, could be available for anyone to read. The simplest solution is the SSL transfer protocol.

Successful B2B e-mail marketing

Cost-effective and efficient, the classic newsletter is a fixed component of every marketing mix. In B2C settings, marketers swear by specific target group segmentation and countless tracking options. The opportunities of e-mail marketing are also apparent in the B2B field: with the help of traditional newsletters you can acquire new customers, keep existing customers, and put lead nurturing into...

Creating and designing newsletter templates

Nowadays, our e-mail inboxes are overflowing with newsletters. In order to make sure your business stands out from the wave of mail that floods in every day, you need more than just sound content and competitive offers. A professional, visually stimulating e-mail newsletter complete with a unique, personalized design optimized for smartphones, tablets, and computer screens can ensure your company...

Creating a newsletter – it all depends on the content

Many businesses use newsletter marketing as an important means for reaching their customers. A newsletter should offer value to the reader and not just be used as a cheap way of advertising. Stylish templates are appealing, but without relevant concepts and high-quality content a reader will quickly unsubscribe. Win them over with exciting content.

E-mail marketing: finding success with professional newsletters

E-Mail marketing provides a direct and personalized way of delivering the recipient the information that they need. With individual newsletters and advertising mails, businesses can achieve a sustainable customer retention whether it involves interested parties, repeat customers, or business partners. The challenge lies in defining the exact target group and offering them interesting and highly...

Newsletter software: the best providers

The classic newsletter is often underrated as an online marketing tool. Virtually no other online channel lets you contact customers so specifically and individually. With the help of professional newsletter software, you can create and send automated personal newsletters. Modern tracking methods mean you can monitor whether your campaign is running as successfully as planned. The kind of software...

E-mail is dead, long live e-mail!

The first ever e-mail was sent by the American, Ray Tomlinson, in October 1971. Fast-forward several decades and e-mail has developed into one of the most used internet services in the world, but are its days numbered? Will instant messengers and social media render e-mail useless for the digital generation? Current figures provide information, as well as a glimpse into the future of e-mail.