Quiz: What kind of spammer will you be this holiday season?
Have you ever wondered what it would be to live on the wrong side of emailing? What kind of spammer would you be? Find out in our quiz.
Soon, that time of the year will come. You know, that time when turkeys and other feathered animals fear for their lives, families gather to eat, drink and then eat some more, and kids wake up unusually early to check out what Santa’s brought them.
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas, New Year’s Eve… they’re all just around the corner, and you need to be prepared. We know you have been working on your emailing strategy for Quarter 4 throughout the summer: you’ve freshened up your contact lists, you’ve created a series of holiday templates, brainstormed great marketing ideas... You feel ready to go.
But what if you weren’t as organized? What if you were… a spammer? ?
Obviously, you’re not a spammer. Proof is you’ve been reading our blog and following the deliverability tips and best practices we regularly write for you. But what if (and we’re only speculating here) you had this spamming alter ego, waiting to take advantage of the holiday season to send poorly executed emails to unwilling recipients? What kind of spamming supervillain would you be?
We know you can’t wait to find out. That’s why we’ve come up with this quiz, so you can meet this other you that’s living on the dark side of emailing.
Intrigued? Let’s go!
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Want to define your email strategy to win customers over this holiday season? Check out Mailjet's Ultimate Guide To Holiday Emailing.
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