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Category Archives: eMail Marketing

Have you seen Google’s new email subscription search ad?

Google is currently testing a new ad unit that combines the power of search engine marketing with email marketing The ads, which show up as part of the search results, include a subscribe to newsletter email box that even comes … Continue reading

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Digital Marketing: 12 Things To Do and Don’t Do in 2012

As 2011 comes to an end, I came across an excellent post by my good friend and World Business Forum featured blogger Ramon Ray from SmallBizTechnology.com. In this gem of an article, Ramon describes his recommendations for digital marketers in … Continue reading

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B2C Success for the 2011 Holiday Season With Email and Social Media

With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s time for marketers to start preparing their campaigns. In this article, Jeanne Jennings (@jeajen) of ClickZ,  focuses on B2C marketing and points out that “Online retail sales grew by 12.6 percent in 2010 … Continue reading

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Go Ahead, Write FREE On Your eMail Marketing Subject Line… Yahoo! Says It’s “Good.”

Yahoo! has recently launched a new Yahoo! MAIL VISUALIZATION tool (visualize.yahoo.com) which shows in real time how Yahoo! filters spam and routes email to their 302 million + users around the world. The tool allows users to drill down on … Continue reading

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About Levy
George Levy is an award-winning digital marketing and CRM expert with more than 15 years of experience creating and executing online and mobile strategies.
 
He is the former Vice President of Online Marketing for World Business Forum (WOBI) and a co-founding team member of Yupi.com, an Internet startup acquired by Microsoft Corporation to become what is now MSN Latino. Continue Reading ...

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