Last week, we revealed the top ranked best email marketing blog posts in positions 10 to 6 in 2013. Email deliverability, DKIM and email subject lines were all subjects that our readers were interested, so let’s see what other posts they really liked in 2013. Time for the top five best email marketing blog posts!
In the fifth place, is a post from 2012 by Mike Hillyer from Product Management that snuck into our rankings – looks like information about upgrading DKIM keys to 1024-bit still is a hot topic among our readers in 2013!
Ahhh which email marketer doesn’t want to be on the good side of Internet Service Providers? And that they can with Adaptive Delivery®! Solution engineer, Tom Cain explains how Adaptive Delivery automatically adjusts the speed of email being sent based on feedback by ISPs in real-time.
Making an entry in third place, is Senior Content Manager, John Pinson’s post on push notifications! Want to increase customer engagement through mobile app marketing with both mobile and push messaging? Talk to us, we’ve got the solution for you with Momentum Mobile. But first, read John’s excellent post on mobile push notifications and their role in driving mobile app engagement!
Karan Singh from Engineering provides a quick guide on how to back up and restore your postgres database! Have you backed up your postgres database lately?
And in position number 1 is my personal favorite – otherwise known as how Kobo convinced me to shell out a significant amount of money on books in one single email! I’m biased of course, but I very much enjoyed writing this blog post and I’m glad you enjoyed reading it on your part!
Dear readers, thanks for the support in 2013, and we look forward to bringing you even more interesting email mobile marketing news in 2014, be it related to DKIM, postgres, push notifications or email marketing campaign tips!
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