Habeas is an email trust authority that certifies, safe-lists, and monitors the practices of legitimate email senders so their email delivery rates are enhanced at MSN/Hotmail, Yahoo, AOL, and other major ISPs. Currently, more than 600,000 receiving mail servers in over 170 countries representing ISPs and enterprises, such as corporations, universities, and government agencies, utilize the Habeas Warranted Email program to determine what mail should be delivered to the inbox. Those receiving servers represent between than 500 million and 1 billion email inboxes worldwide.
As an email marketer, I would rather have 100 customers who open and engage with my messages than 10,000 who don't.
There are so many ways in which email continues to develop and progress, but in one way email still lives in the last decade.
Email marketing may not be new, but it’s still effective, so now is the time to dive into the best ways of mastering it to improve marketing success.
As the United States makes way for a new resident in the White House, I've been thinking about the election that led up to it. Others have pontificated about the impact email had on the presidential campaigns, but I'm not buying any of it.