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Five Checks for Fixing Email Delivery

May 3, 2016

Email is everywhere, and this has led to the false impression that email is simple technology. While email has been around for decades, getting an email from a sender to recipient is far from a simple process. There are many stages it must go through to travel from your outbound servers to your recipient’s inbox, and the more stages a process has the more chances there are for something to go wrong.

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Top 4 Tips to Succeed at Mother's Day Email

April 29, 2016

Email is expected to be a strong part of retailers' Mother's Day success. One expert offers advice on how brands can make the best impression.

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What Are this Year’s Top Developer Skills?

April 22, 2016

Any software company experiencing healthy growth will be on the lookout for top developer talent, and anyone who has hired someone for a developer team will understand the problem of ensuring you’re hiring for the right skills. The technology landscape is changing faster than ever before, and it’s very important to ensure you’re filling your open positions with people who have the right skills.

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Email Deliverability Issues? Here are the 5 Questions You Should be Asking

April 20, 2016

If you're an email marketer who's experiencing problems with deliverability, columnist Scott Heimes discusses the steps you can take to diagnose and solve the problem.

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15 Ways to Improve Your Email Marketing Campaigns

April 18, 2016

“Remember to keep your recipient list as clean as possible,” says Victor Amin, a data scientist at SendGrid, a cloud-based email delivery platform. “Well-maintained lists consistently have higher engagement rates than older, neglected lists. Make sure you’re removing addresses that haven’t been engaged in a long time and segment your list by engagement.”

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SendGrid's Yancey Spruill on Denver’s Tech Community

April 15, 2016

In January, Technical.ly and Comcast kicked off an ambitious six-city project, called the Tomorrow Tour, to highlight the startup scenes that are sprouting up across the U.S. One of their first stops was Denver. In this video, SendGrid CFO and COO Yancey Spruill highlights what’s special about building businesses in the Mile High City.

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Marketers Find You at 2:00 a.m.

April 13, 2016

According to Scott Heimes, chief marketing officer at SendGrid, an email-technology company, 70% of clients’ marketing emails are sent during normal hours, and 30% during off-peak hours.

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SendGrid Reaches Email Milestone

April 12, 2016

Email delivery platform SendGrid announced on Monday that the company now sends more than 1 billion emails per day.

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SendGrid Reaches 1 Billion Emails Per Day Milestone

April 11, 2016

SendGrid, the leading delivery platform for customer communication, today announced that it has reached the milestone of sending 1 billion emails per day on behalf of its customers. These customer communication messages reach more than 1.6 billion unique email addresses every 90 days and drive engagement and business growth SendGrid's 80,000 active customers.

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Scaling Email with J.R. Jasperson

April 7, 2016

J.R. Jasperson is the chief architect at SendGrid, a transactional email platform. On this episode, he discusses how email works–from the basics to the massive scale that SendGrid operates on.

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