This is a weekly series from Mailee.me Blog. Stay well informed with the best digital marketing articles out team has selected from the previous week.
Where it is avaiable: MarketingProfs
Why you should read it: This infographic remembers tools and tendencies that have marked online content production since 2004. To understand how did we get here, it is important to go back and understande the places we’ve been trough.
Who should read it: Those who like to have an historical approach to internet and also who want to remember what it was like to live in a pre-Facebook world.
Where it is avaiable: Email Design Review
Why you should read it: This is a nice inspirational post from Email Design Review that shows how fashion, design and email can work together to produce beautiful results.
Who should read it: Those who are looking for some design inspiration, anyone who loves beautiful email, those who want to see GIFs working in email marketing campaigns.
Where it is avaiable: EDMDesigner
Why you should read it: If you work in the email marketing industry you must worry about email clients and how they may render your designs. This may be very stressful, we get it, but take a time to see the evolution of email clients and appreciate their beauty.
Who should read it: Those who had to, at some point, include a few lines of HTML to make their design work on Outlook or those who stay up all night thinking about why Gmail doesn’t allow their message to be fully responsive. Everyone, actually.
Where it is avaiable: EConsultancy
Why you should read it: It can be difficult to manage social media campaigns, specially with big teams and a global audience, a reality for many internet brands. This article covers a few key points you should plan to ensure a well thought and efficent social media campaign globally.
Who should read it: Those who don’t know where to start with social media planning.
Where it is avaiable: DesignBump
Why you should read it: One can never have too many inspirations, and this is what this post is about.
Who should read it: Those who are thinking about changing their newsletter.