Mixing Video With Email Marketing: Four Inspiring Examples and Three Quick Tips

Video can be key to conversions and sales, a recent study confirms. For email marketers, using video should be a no-brainer, but the email-video combo still feels like a rare pairing. Only 25% of marketers surveyed last year reported that they used video in their marketing, and a quick look at my own inbox supports that statistic.Read the full article

Dinner with the Parents- 30 sec

Oh no. the parents are coming over for dinner and Charles has just dropped the chicken on the floor...

The Tenth Annual Emma 25 Announcement

We're celebrating 10 years of Emma 25 by awarding email marketing service to 100 nonprofits around the world. In this announcement, CEO / Co-founder of Emma, Clint Smith, shares his thoughts on Emma 25. Emma 25 is an annual program (now in its tenth year) in which we give away a lifetime of our free email marketing service to 25 small nonprofits. This year, we're upping the number to 100 because a) it's been an amazing decade and b) we're crazy like that. Nonprofits simply apply for an Emma email account and Emma staff select the honorees from among all the deserving applicants and award each with a lifetime of free Emma service. ------------------------------------------------------------------- http://www.myemma.com -------------------------------------------------------------------- About Emma: Emma is a web-based email marketing service helping more than 45,000 customers manage their online communication efforts. With sophisticated design, easy-to-use features and stellar customer support, it's the easiest way to create, send and track stylish email newsletters and campaigns. Visit our YouTube Channel for more email marketing videos: http://www.youtube.com/emmaemail Connect with Emma on: Facebook -- http://www.facebook.com/emmaemail Twitter -- http://www.twitter.com/emmaemail LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/company/emma-inc Google+ - https://plus.google.com/112805311412180078931 Blog -- http://myemma.com/blog