Inbox

  • Pinterest Revamps Inbox

    … Pinterest tweaked its notifications and messages section, eliminating its You tab and moving those notifications to its News tab. The social network also combined pin likes into one notification, rather than several individual notifications, and those notifications were made much more visual. Pinterest product manager Seth Weisfeld said…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social- 8 readers -
  • Google Inbox Video Tutorial

    … exacerbate this problem, but Google have offered a re-imagined email experience, called Inbox, that to me at least has made managing emails much easier. Watch today’s video to see just how I use this new client to maintain ‘inbox zero’. It has the power to revolutionise your email management completely! Remember to click/tap on the right link to get the best viewing experience for your device. Watch the mobile friendly version here. The post Google Inbox Video Tutorial appeared first on Plus Your Business. …

    Martin Shervington/ Plus Your Businessin Google- 7 readers -
  • What’s your influence beyond the inbox?

    … Historically, email success has been measured in terms of driving traffic, CTR and engagement with the ultimate goal of converting a reader into a customer; ideally, a loyal customer. But what we’re finding over time is that small action taken by a customer within the window of their inbox is only one aspect of influence a brand has when communicating…

    Movable Ink Blogin EMail- 11 readers -
  • Facebook’s ‘Other’ Folder Makes No Sense

    … realizes how entirely useless this folder is and plans to kill it off. Wait, what “other” folder? Exactly. On your personal Facebook profile (not business page), if you click the messages icon from the list on the left … … you’ll see all of the latest chats you’ve had with friends. But look more carefully and, to the right of where it says “inbox…

    Mary C. Long/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 10 readers -
  • How to Get Your Email into The Inbox

    … How to Get Your Email into The Inbox Many people have been saying that email marketing is “dead”, but with a look at some statistics from 2014, it becomes obvious that email continues to be one of the most effective marketing tools available. In fact, it’s said that 95% of consumers use email, and 91% of users check their inbox at least once…

    whoisjonleuty.comin EMail How To's- 7 readers -
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