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Tips to Engage Educators Through Email

Educators inboxes are busier than ever. Listen to Agile’s Senior Account Manager, Alexa Chitwood as she discusses all things email. They will be covering creative and design strategies that are working in education marketing as well as important reminders around best practices. From development to analysis, learn how to make your future campaigns a success. […]

The Art of Email Marketing: The Latest Tips for Successful Campaigns

Broadcast on June 26, 2014 this hour-long webinar focuses entirely on email marketing to educators. Speaker Emily Garner Sumner, Principal of Underscore Creative, shares: The anatomy of a highly responsive campaign The latest coding tricks to make sure your email looks good across browsers and devices The inside scoop on SPAM filters What drives educators to […]

Email Marketing; A Teacher’s Tale

It is clear there is power of email. Email is a common form of communication and has been for two decades now. Email is utilized by friends, family, colleagues, co-workers, businesses, and plays a large role in marketing. How is this relevant to teachers?   Well, on average, a teacher at a public school receives […]

Looking Good!: Troubleshooting Email Display Problems

During this hour-long webinar broadcast on November 19, 2014, email marketing and coding expert, Geoff Phillips from EmailOnAcid shares his insight on how to test, what to look for, and tips and tricks for getting your emails to look the way you want in some of the most used email browsers. Geoff reviews: All the […]

Complying with CAN-SPAM

The CAN-SPAM Act was first enacted in 2003 and updated in 2009. The law establishes the rules for commercial email and commercial messages. It gives recipients the right to have a business stop emailing them, and outlines the penalties incurred for those who violate the law. Complying with the CAN-SPAM Act is quite easy. Don’t […]

Tips for Writing Email Subject Lines

The email subject line is the primary driver for someone to either open your email or simply delete it. So what works with subject lines? Clarity: Tell recipients exactly what they can expect when they open your email. Be specific and clear. Relevance: Incorporate subjects or grades taught so recipients know the message specifically pertains […]

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