Highway to Hell: Top 7 Fastest Ways to Land in the Email Underworld


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Highway-to-Hell-webinarEven the most well-intentioned email program can be plagued by the pitfalls of the email underworld. Spam traps, blacklists, phishers, and more are all hell-bent on making your email’s journey to the inbox a treacherous one.

Think you know how to keep your email on the right path and avoid temptation? Join SendGrid’s email experts Ali Frusciano and Katie Nelson this Thursday June 13th at 1:00 PM EDT as they take you down the top 7 fastest roads to email hell, and back!

This free webcast will:

  • Present real-life stories of email programs gone awry
  • Uncover the most devestating pitfalls to avoid
  • Give advice on how to get your email program back on track
  • Prepare you to respond at the first sign of trouble

If you can’t attend, register anyway! You will receive a free copy of the recording and slide deck after the webcast is complete.

And be sure to check out our must-read free guide about the 7 Deadly Email Sins for an overview of what Ali and Katie will discuss on Thursday.

Presenter Information

Ali_FAli Frusciano 
Ali Frusciano is Manager of SendGrid’s Technical Account Managers. She has been at SendGrid since October 2011 helping high volume customers manage their email deliverability challenges. In her spare time she loves hanging with her husband and 3 dogs and exploring the Colorado outdoors.

 

 

katie_nKatie Nelson 
Katie Nelson is a Sr Technical Account Manager at SendGrid. She has been with SendGrid for a little over a year now; counseling our high volume customers on email practices. When she’s not working away she’s exploring the neighborhoods of Denver and cooking it up in the kitchen!


As SendGrid's Senior Manager of Content, Jillian is responsible for ensuring that SendGrid provides valuable thought leadership content through the blog, whitepapers, webcasts, case studies, and more. An editor and writer by trade, Jillian considers The Chicago Manual of Style one of her favorite reads.

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