Every week, just before the weekend, I’ll share with you some of the best articles and tips about Email Marketing or related from top publishers and trusted sources.

The idea is to help you get a summary of the best content published on this Topic. Considered it a Curated Methodology to avoid wasting time searching for this on your own. We have done that work for you instead, through all the noise and collecting just the valid and amazing content.

Here’s what we chose for you this week:

Everything You Wanted to Know About Email CTA Buttons

History of the Button
Originally posted here

If you want to really take your email marketing conversion to a all other level, you must really look at this article with care. What leads your audience to click and go convert on your landing-page is a extremely good Call-to-Action.

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8 Mind-boggling Email Subject Line Statistics Every Marketer MUST Know


Email Subject Line StatisticsOriginally shared here

Subject lines aligned with your sender name is what usually make it or bust your Email Marketing Campaign. If you do this one right, at least you have people looking at your email and your message goes through. What will help you to keep a steady rate of success on this topic is to use this knowledge by our friends Email Monks.

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Go for the Email Gold by Using These Winning Strategies [Infographic]

Go for the Gold
Originally shared here

Sometimes it is best to have a visual walk-through. Even though this isn’t the very best yet, it can be a great resource for those looking for a usable and simple email marketing strategy.

You can find it here »

 

And the best news of the week right here:

Gmail now supports hiding content using ‘display:none’ in both desktop and mobile client!!!!!

Gmail Support
Originally shared here

One of the biggest challenges for Email Marketing Design always was the lack of support for CSS. Some of the issues occur when some clients support and other don’t support design definitions. One of the big issues with the current king of email clients – Gmail – was the inability to use strings like “display:none” which would be swell for some Email design strategies. Well, our friends at Email Monks just noticed that now… we can! Hurray…

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We truly hope this has been helpful for all of you. If you have any news that you think it might be helpful for the ones interested in Email Marketing, just let me know. 😉