The future of email – join the discussion #emailhuddle

You're a smart bunch. Which is just as well, since email marketing is moving faster than ever before and starting to tie in with so many other strategies in a marketer’s arsenal.

People are constantly exploring new ways to make the most of email to get the biggest ROI.

But too much of the time we keep this to ourselves. Perhaps at trade shows and industry events we get the opportunity to catch up and share knowledge but these just don’t come up often enough.

With that in mind, we want to support the industry and create a new resource for all email marketers to share and learn.

Introducing #emailhuddle

On the last Wednesday of each month, we’ll be hosting a regular catchup on hot email marketing topics via twitter, giving you an opportunity to check in and catch up with others in your position on how they get the most from email.

We’ll also be supplying extra reading before and after to help you get to grips with the topics at hand. Stay tuned for further posts on this over the next week.

All marketers, all vendors, all industry professionals from newbies to old hands are welcome. All you need are opinions and/ or a desire to learn. Oh and a Twitter account!

So, to take part, download the meeting invite below and tune in to #emailhuddle for the first topic:

The future of email marketing

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