If you’re not following or reading Brian Krebs, you should be. He does some of the best investigative reporting in the email, security and internet space. Today’s blog post is a disturbing look into the data selling and identity theft industries. Brian details evidence that shows Experian (yes, that Experian) has been selling consumer data […]
ICANN sent a letter to domain registrar Dynamic Dolphin notifying them of their non-compliance with the ICANN Registrar Agreement. HT: Neil Schwartzman (Today appears to be retro-blogging day. First I blog about s.1618 then I blog about Scott Richter.)
Techcrunch says Yahoo is announcing a new “this is not me” button for email sent to recovered addresses.
My favorite is about the call to action, but it’s probably not quite safe for work. Sadly, I do sometimes try and figure out what segment I’m in that caused me to get a particular ad.
I can’t do anything except say +1 to this list of ineffective habits of email marketers from Loren McDonald.
Chattanooga area payday lender Carey V. Brown lays off workers
Ken at Popehat gets spam offering to write a sponsored post. Ken counters with what he wants out of a sponsored post. Blogging is going to be light this week. I’ve got a couple project deadlines to meet and most of my focus is on that. Plus, it’s the end of August and most folks […]
Chad White explains why you shouldn’t ask recipients to move mail from the promotions tab to the inbox.
The acquisition of email service providers continues. Last week Deluxe (yes, the check printing people) acquired Vertical Response. This appears to be positioning themselves to improve their collection of business services to include email marketing.
Another person has written another blog post talking about their experiences with an email address a lot of people add to mailing lists without actually owning the email address. In this case the address isn’t a person’s name, but is rather just what happens when you type across rows on they keyboard. These are similar […]