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Sharing is Caring? IP Addresses Explained.

In New York, as in most large cities, there are only a fortunate few that live alone. Rent keeps increasing by the day and spacious apartments are hard to come by, so we live with roommates. Sharing an apartment with someone means sharing less favorable habits; dishes left in the sink, waking up at dawn to do Pilates in the living room … but it also means a lessened financial burden and responsibility on maintaining the place. The same kind of con...

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Denise

Oct 17, 2014

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Spam: The Gift That No One Wants

There are some gifts that no one wants; the itchy, orange sweater your aunt knitted for you, the latest Nickelback album or a 12-pack of toilet paper. But here’s a gift that we can guarantee no one wants this holiday season: spam. As you’re starting to put together your shopping lists as well as your email lists for the holiday season, keep your recipient’s interests in mind. As with gifts, customizing your email campaigns with ISP and customers p...

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Thomas

Oct 15, 2014

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Mailjet Monday: Thomas Hajdukowicz

Happy Monday! This week, we sat down to chat with our very own Thomas Hajdukowicz of the Inbound Marketing team. Thomas is based in the Paris HQ - you might recognize his name from previous blog posts or his face if you were r...

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How to create eye catching newsletters?

For anyone sending newsletters, there are generally speaking three things we want our recipients to do after the email lands in their inbox: open it, read it and click on our call-to-action, thereby generating a new lead. The ...

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Are Your Emails More Annoying Than Social Media?

Open your inbox, hop on Twitter or Facebook - there’s no shortage of promoted content packaged into a series of high quality photos, puns and enticing discounts. Message your customers more frequently and they start to tune out. Message your customers less frequently and you’re giving your competitors the advantage. It can feel like a lose-lose situation in a situation where customers are overwhelmed with noise. What’s the best way to cut through ...

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Denise

Oct 10, 2014

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How can the performance of transactional email be optimized?

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If you’re using emails for your business, you’re probably already familiar with transactional emails. If you don’t know what they are, transactional emails are one-to-one emails, sent in response to an action by a user. They come in many forms, but a few examples of transactional emails are newslette...

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Sep 24, 2014

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From the Front - Bologna

Mailjet, through Charles Collas and Shubham Sharma, both developers evangelists, was present at the C...

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Charles

Oct 10, 2014

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Setting Goals That Will Drive Your Email Campaign Through The Roof

The holiday season is just around the corner and that means it’s time to gear up and get your email marketing campaigns ready for the busiest quarter of the year in e-commerce. Not sure where to start? Here’s a tip: have a look at your goals and set specific targets to identify what exactly you want to achieve with your holiday campaigns. The holidays are a busy time, but before the panic starts to set in and you choke on your gingerbread latte, t...

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David

Oct 08, 2014

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