"E" On, "E" Off
— For our ACT! users using the Snapshot tab, you now have the ability
to turn the orange "E" icon in the ACT! toolbar on and off
for each one of your users.
So, why would you want to do this?
understand that many companies like to have centralized control of
their messaging. And we know that you will achieve a greater
response from contacts that receive email from someone they know.
So, we allow the marketing department to create the messaging, the
sales manager to send on behalf of his sales team so each sales
person's contacts receive messages only from the person they
trust. The salesperson will open their Call List and see who is
most interested from that campaign all without having to send the email
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Super Bowl, World Series, and pinnacle of Marketing (not to mention
email marketing) will soon be in full gear. For those of you who don't
know, the holiday season is above and beyond the peak time for email
and email marketing. This also means that your competition will be
running a full court press. In order to get a leg up on these
folks, your holiday email strategizing needs to start now or yesterday
first step involves your email address lists. Deliverability will need
to be at its all time best, to preserve your relationships with your
contacts, so be sure to check and re-check your opt-in contacts. The
more truly interested and eager contacts you have that really look
forward to your content, the more success you Read the rest of the article >
A brief interview with Swiftpage emarketing
's Creative Director, Missy Bergen
What's your favorite thing to do out here in Colorado?
me in a canoe with a cooler of beer and send me down the river for a
few days! I love other summer activities such as backpacking,
camping and hiking the trails or up 14ers—with my husband
and a camera, of course :)
Practically everyone has an iPod - do you keep any
CDs in your car?
I have a 1st generation iPod that doesn’t always function right,
so I try to keep around six in my car. Right now I have: Keller
Williams—Laugh; Beatles—Abbey Road; The Last Waltz Soundtrack; Dave
Matthews Band—Before These Crowded Streets; Neil Young—Greatest
What is the most interesting thing you have ever
done that you can tell us about?
Went paragliding in Austria, had to run right off of a cliff. The guide flying with me on my back yodeled!