Editor’s note: This research from Adobe shows that email remains a popular communications channel, especially at work. It also shows that marketers are not very good at using it. There are some lessons in here for learning teams looking to improve their use of email as a comms and marketing tool.
Here’s what you need to know to build successful paid newsletters, popup newsletters, morning digests, and community newsletters
Editor’s note: Some useful insights here that could be useful for producing more engaging email newsletters.
Editor’s note: This survey is a couple of years old but I can’t imagine much has changed – or has it? If not, a quarter of the day spent managing emails seems like a enormous drain on resources.
Editor’s note: Do you think email will be dead in the near future? If you do, this short post provides the counterpoint.
Editor’s note: Oscar Berg on why you should be using enterprise social networks in place of email.
Editor’s note: Gallup’s chief scientist of workplace management and well-being James Harter looks at the complex answer to a simple question. The issue here is engagement, not email.
Editor’s note: An example of a tool to help filter your email data – forget information overload, let’s focus on the filters.
Editor’s note: Could organisational communication be transformed with this forthcoming piece of technology?
Editor’s note: A bit of fun to make a serious point. take a look at this Tumblr blog to be reminded of the ‘importance’ of company emails.
Editor’s note: Interesting integration of technologies . . . and just imagine the potential if this takes off.
Editor’s note: Most document sharing in the enterprise takes place via email, probably the worst type of technology for sharing and collaboration. This info graphic is a good reminder of that fact.