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If you’re are regular at tech meetups in France and across Europe or if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you have probably already met with Charles Collas, developer evangelist at Mailjet. This week, we sat down with this former Starcraft 2 player to learn more about his job and his special profile. Because Charles is also a student.Your profile is quite unusual: you work at Mailjet, but you’re also a student. How did you get here?Apart from ...
Nov 24, 2014Comments
We’re just about a week from December, what some would consider the official start of the holiday season. You’ve likely received a few promotional emails in your inbox already: gift guides, holiday style ideas, recipes for dinner parties…I’ve gotten them too. For email marketers, the pressure is on to come up with witty, clickable subject lines. There’s so much focus on monitoring what your competitors are saying, plus topping the subject lines th...
Nov 19, 2014Comments
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 ...Read More
Just wanted to give a quick shoutout to team Node WiPi from HackCC this past weekend. Not only did they win Mailjet’s API prize, but they also took home the gold for the overall competition. Node WiPi, inspired by one of the team member’s brother’s basement flood incident,, is an inexpensive sensor monitor (moisture, light, heat, etc) for the home.Using an array of Arduinos, sensors, a handful of inexpensive radio sensors, and their computer ...
Nov 13, 2014Comments
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...
Sep 24, 2014Comments
Just like how Santa is always looking for new ways to deliver presents (because, let’s be honest, who...
Nov 12, 2014Comments
We recently got back from Product Hunt’s inaugural hackathon. Originally launched in San Francisco (PH headquarters), the event was open to public so that anyone interested could leverage the brand and host a hackathon. Sylvain from Algolia, jumped on the opportunity and asked if we Mailjet, would be interested in sponsoring a Paris edition - which we did without hesitation! Stripe, Parse, SketchFab, OpenDataSoft, Etalab and OAuth.io followed as ...
Nov 11, 2014Comments