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shermin sathi
Apr 07, 2022
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This year alone, there have been enough trends, email hacks and sightings for us to write over 170 litmus blog posts. To make sure you don't miss our best content, we're rounding company mailing list up our 10 most popular litmus blog posts of the year. Industry trends and email strategy when it comes to email strategy tips and email industry updates, here are the litmus blog posts you liked the most:2017-email-marketing-trends-690x362 the biggest email marketing trends of 2017 will be…earlier this year, we asked over 1,200 email marketers (plus a few experts!) what their predictions were for the biggest email marketing trends of 2017. End the year revisiting our predictions and reflecting on whether they are good or bad. We were. Review our industry predictions for 2017 → why-rendering-e-mails-is-so-complex-690x362 why is email rendering so complex? The marketer's email service provider and the subscriber's operating system, browser, email client, screen size, and image activation affect how emails render. All of these layers of complexity add up to the possibility of over 10,000 different email renderings for every email you send. Yes, we said over 10,000 → 3-embarrassing-subject-mistakes-to-avoid- 3 embarrassing subject line mistakes to avoidsubject line errors that distract and confuse subscribers And embarrass your brand) are all too common. We discuss the three most common subject line mistakes and share many real-life examples from our inboxes. Don't make these mistakes → email development and hacks blog posts covering email hacks and coding tips have always been popular on the litmus blog. Here are your favorites of 2017:little-known-preview-text-hack-you-may-want-to-use-in-every-e-mail the little-known preview text hack you might want to use in every emailemail preview text can be difficult to optimize because email clients always contain enough characters to fill all available preview text space. However, there is a little-known trick that allows you to create white space after the desired
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