We’re looking for a new employee. Full job details are available on our career page. I’m excited with how the company is growing and developing. I’m looking forward to seeing the candidates and what they can bring to us. For those of you going to the APSIS Email Marketing Evolved conference next week, I hope you will […]
Today will be my last day at Word to the Wise. I joined WttW in December of 2014, and it has been a wonderful journey. I have enjoyed working with Laura, Meri, and Steve, and I’ve enjoyed working with all of our clients helping solve their deliverability challenges. Laura has such a deep understanding and […]
Sorry for the unexpected break in blogging. Been dealing with some emergencies. Happy 4th to my fellow citizens. Happy late Canada day to all our northern friends. We’ll resume blogging next week.
Today MessageSystems announced the launch of SparkPost: the world’s most advanced cloud email delivery service. Using the Momentum engine, SparkPost lets small and medium size companies have access to the tools previously reserved for larger companies.
This was a short and busy month at WttW! We attended another great M3AAWG conference, and had our usual share of interesting discussions, networking, and cocktails. I recapped our adventures here, and shared a photo of the people who keep your email safe while wearing kilts as well. We also commended Jayne Hitchcock on winning […]
Between the rampaging llamas and a photo optical illusion the internet has been a silly, silly place the last 24 hours. I have a little present for folks. I hinted there may be pictures from Kilt Day at M3AAWG in an earlier post. There are, and all of the subjects have granted permission for me […]
I’m seeing a significant amount of chatter on various lists that queues to Comcast are backing up right now. Looks to be something on their end. Error messages are 421 “Try again later.” I’ll see if I can find someone at Comcast to give me some info.
A bit of a throwback post from Steve a few years ago. The problem has gotten a little better as some shortening companies are actually disabling spammed URLs, and blocking URLs with problematic content. I still don’t recommend using a public URL shortener in email messages, though. Any time you put a URL in mail […]
Next Tuesday, September 23, I’ll be speaking about deliverability at a webinar sponsored by Message Systems and presented by the American Marketing Association. Registration is open to all, so if you’re interested in hearing some of my opinions about deliverability past, present and future, sign up.
Monday is Labor Day in the US and most of us have off. My neighborhood is already resplendent in scents of grills. Enjoy the day off and we’ll be back talking about spam next week.