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Improving Deliverability of Business-Critical Email

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When your phone doesn’t ring, there are two possible causes: either it’s broken, or no one is calling you. The same is true for email. When you send messages to customers, employees, or partners, how do you know that it got there? This Tuesday, October 8th Paul Robichaux, Senior Contributing Editor for Windows IT Pro and Kurt Diver, Enterprise Deliverability Analyst at SendGrid will share their expert insights into the importance of tracking your email delivery and will cover the steps you can take to improve your email performance in a free webinar. Paul will lead off the webinar by

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Visit SendGrid at DataWeek + API World 2014 Conference & Expo

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Next week, on September 16th, 9am at DataWeek + API World 2014 in San Francisco, I’ll be presenting a talk, titled “Quantify Thyself, then Go Forth and Conquer with a Personal Life API.” A couple months ago, I wrote a blog about creating a personal API to analyze data from your personal life to make real-time decisions or perform long-term planning. The post covered what data to quantify, how to automagically gather that data, and the tools for creating a Personal Life API. My goal with this presentation is for the audience to walk away with the knowledge and tools to build

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Learn the ABCs of ISPs in Our Webcast – Next Tuesday!

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As email continues to evolve, it’s important to follow the best practices that will help your email reach the inbox. At SendGrid, we communicate with ISPs to help us stay on top of issues that affect our clients’ deliverability. In our webcast, The ABCs of ISPs, you’ll learn how to get you email delivered to major internet service providers (ISPs) like Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail. The ISPs are like the gatekeepers to the inbox. Now they aren’t the only thing that stand between you and your recipients, but they have a say in who makes it to the end user. Each

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Can’t Stay Out of the Spam Folder?

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There is nothing more frustrating than being accused of something you’re not. So if you’re not sending spam, but keep ending up in the spam folder, we hear your pain and want to help! Even the smartest, best-intentioned senders can get caught in a dreadful spam trap or forget to whitelabel, so don’t beat yourself up. It happens. The good news is, we’ve created a webcast Tips and Tricks to Stay Out of the Spam Folder focused entirely on staying out of the spam folder and getting in the inbox. (Because we all know at the end of the day,

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O Canada: 3 FAQs From Our Email Tour in Toronto and Montreal

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This year, we’ve taken our email boot camp, SendGrid Delivered, to Canada for the first time. So far, we’ve visited Toronto and Montreal and are excited to head to Vancouver to round out the summer in August. In Toronto, we were hosted by incubator space One Eleven and in Montreal this past week, we were honored to be included as a workshop as part of the International Startup Festival. My team members and I had a great time talking with senders of all volumes about deliverability, success metrics, content, and APIs. (In Toronto, our Dev Rel team members, Eddie and

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Announcing the Getting Started Webcast Series

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We’re pumped to announce our new webcast series Getting Started With SendGrid: From Signup to Your First Send! Starting this next Wednesday, we will be hosting a bi-weekly “quickstart” webcast. Whether you’re thinking of signing up, or just need a little guidance on next steps to take, this webcast is for you! Setting up your transactional email campaign and hitting “send” on your first few emails can be pretty daunting! How do you land in the inbox? What will your email actually look like in your recipients’ inboxes? How do you stay in the good graces of internet service providers

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Delivering Beers Hand Over Wrist!

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Since May 2013, we’ve partnered with our friends at Ignite in Newcastle, England, to run an event for startups, developers, tech watchers, entrepreneurs, and investors every month called Startup Beers. Recently, the Ignite team partnered with UKTI to run an accelerator programme in the newly opened Campus North. The 3-month-long Sirius programme was open to anyone who had gained their degree outside of the UK and wanted to accelerate their idea within the confines of the UK tech scene. After being asked to mentor on the programme, I was extremely interested in one company in particular – SunEos, two French

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