If you’re in sales and marketing, you know that new leads and signups are your gold coins. They’re the currency for your growing business. Sure a new signup could be nothing — or a new signup could be your next big customer, key partner, or future investor. But how do you know? Traditionally, you wouldn’t — unless you took the time to dig through your SendGrid account to see every new signup, look them up on LinkedIn, Twitter, research their company, etc. But it’s 2016 and there has to be a better way, right? Yup. Introducing Drift Daily Today, SendGrid and Drift have teamed up to give you more information about your new email contacts. Now, any time you get
Today, we are happy to announce a new partnership with Segment, a customer data platform that makes collecting and sending data really easy. Known for connecting mobile, web, and server data to third-party tools for analysis and marketing, Segment has expanded its product portfolio to include a new addition, called Sources. The Benefits of Partnership With Segment Sources and SendGrid, you can get a more holistic view into your customers’ journey. With just a few clicks, you can sync all of your SendGrid email data into a data warehouse for advanced analysis. And, you can combine your SendGrid email opened and delivered events, with all of your customer touch points including CRM, helpdesk, payments, SMS, in-app data and more to get
SendGrid is happy to announce its availability in Google Cloud Launcher, a marketplace that enables Google Cloud Platform users to explore, launch, and manage powerful solutions and services. Google Cloud Platform offers computing, storage, and application services for your web, mobile, and backend solutions. Google Cloud Platform and SendGrid have collaborated for a number of years, but this update provides customers with easier access to leverage SendGrid. Why Join Google Cloud Launcher Email continues to be one of the most effective ways for organizations to communicate with their users or customers. From an ROI perspective, each $1 invested in email returns an average of $38 in revenue. We’re happy to provide an easy email integration for Google Cloud Platform users.
The following is a guest post from Shannon Johlic from Boomtrain. Read more about Boomtrain here and more about Shannon at the bottom of this post. Seth Godin once said, “I don’t want to get email from anybody; I want to get ‘me-mail.’” With Boomtrain and SendGrid, it’s time to start giving your customers “me-mail.” Today, we are excited to announce a new partnership that enables you to make your emails hyper-relevant for each and every one of your subscribers through machine intelligence powered content recommendations automatically built into your SendGrid emails. In today’s 1:1 economy, where customers are demanding a more relevant, personal, and timely user experience, there’s never been a better time to pair the industry’s leading email
The following is a guest post from Matt McRoberts at Appboy. Learn more about Matt at the bottom of this post and learn more about Appboy at Appboy.com. Over the past few years, Appboy has worked closely with premier email provider, SendGrid, to establish a seamless integration between our industry-leading Mobile Marketing Automation solution and SendGrid’s email delivery platform, providing Appboy users with powerful email capabilities. Partnership Benefits Because we recognize the importance and benefit of tying in email to your mobile marketing efforts, we’re pleased to announce the growth of our ongoing relationship with SendGrid, the leading delivery platform for email that matters. Relying on Appboy for email has never been a better decision—applying comprehensive customer data and behavior to
SendGrid is happy to announce a new partnership with a great Canadian email marketing product: Emailicious. Emailicious is an intuitive email campaign tool that makes importing lists, segmenting recipients, and sending marketing emails easy. In order to ensure these messages are delivered, they chose to build their platform on top of SendGrid. SendGrid is the largest email infrastructure as a service provider that is the ideal email delivery engine for Emailicious’ product. For users of Emailicious, if they already have a SendGrid account, they can log into their platform and receive a discount on the Emailicious product and simply send messages with their SendGrid email credits. Through Emailicious, SendGrid customers can create and send marketing email campaigns with the unique
At SendGrid, we strive to create better experiences for our customers. Our partnerships with innovative, industry-leading companies are designed to deliver on this mission. Today, we’re pleased to announce our partnership in R/GA’s Software Platform Lab (SPL). As one of the world’s leading full service digital agencies, R/GA has led the way in transforming the conventional agency business model with modern approaches to digital interconnectivity. R/GA provides innovative and interactive digital campaigns for iconic brands including Nike, MasterCard, L’Oreal, Unilever, Telstra, and Google. The Software Platform Lab helps brands choose combinations of partners from among hundreds of third-party digital marketing software providers. Clients receive the benefits of a trusted advisor that provides them with a simplified process in making brand-critical
How much do you know about the awesome folks @SendWithUs? Here @SendGrid, we’re huge fans, and quite frankly friends, of theirs. They provide an amazing service: A/B testing for transactional email templates! If you haven’t heard from them and you are a SendGrid customer, today is your lucky day since we have a partnership that might interest you! But enough about that, lets get a bit technical! I noticed that SendWithUs didn’t have a Golang library. So I figured I could build them one and allow every Go developer out there to interact with their service without having to implement their own 🙂 Go get it! Get it? How do I send an email? Can’t get any easier than that!
Startups Are Everywhere We hear a lot about startups in the news, blogs, movies, and even commercials. The notion of creating a product with nothing but sheer willpower, ramen, some college buddies, and an empty garage sounds romantic. Dreams of hockey stick growth, press in TechCrunch, and Mark Cuban becoming an investor feels inevitable. In my opinion those hopes and dreams are fuel in the nascent stages of your company, but not usually what happens. It’s Hard It’s hard work finding product-market fit. That process takes time, money, and resources (commodities most startups are lacking). However, many companies such as SendGrid provide those resources that startups have usually paid for. I’ve compiled a list below of a some of the