As a former e-commerce business leader, a former SEO and content marketing leader, and now as the leader of a team of brilliant minds in email marketing (seriously, they are sharp), one enduring truth has become incredibly apparent to me: Email marketing is where it’s at.
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This is the third part of a three-part series on developing emails for accessibility. While my recommendations focus on the concerns of developers, they also contain information useful for anyone on an email marketing team.
This post is part of a three-part series about accessibility in email marketing. Though the posts are written with developers in mind, they contain insights that anyone on the marketing team will find useful in considering how their emails look to all subscribers.
This past year, there has been lot of buzz around issues of web accessibility. In this three-part series, I’ll cover ways that email builders can address accessibility concerns. This is primarily a how-to tech series for developers, but it’s also a handy guide for marketers, enabling teams to make sure they’re providing the best possible experience for all subscribers.
When it comes to email marketing, the industry has seen a major boom in attention to responsive email design over the past few years—and for good reason. According to the Litmus 2016 State of Email Report, 55% of consumers are engaging with email on their mobile devices, and it’s about time we caught up with them.