April 17, 2018

EIS Las Vegas, here we come.

Much like anyone else, we love any opportunity to go to Las Vegas, and the Email Innovations Summit on May 16-17 gives us a 100% ironclad reason to be there. It’s work now.

Not only will we be attending, but Matthew Vernhout, 250ok’s director of privacy, will speak at sessions on BOTH days. First, he’ll be leading a GDPR panel with the inimitable Jeanne Jennings, partner at CohereOne. On Thursday, Furniture Row’s Digital Creative Director James Einspahr will join Matthew for a dive into their experience with email reputation, deliverability, and DMARC deployment, and how 250ok flipped their script (with great success).

Like we said, doing work.

We don’t want what happens in Vegas to stay in Vegas (at least when it comes to what you learned from us about email deliverability). So, we’re offering all EIS attendees a free Competitive Intelligence Email Report.

You’ll get a snapshot of your email performance, then you’ll get the same for your top two competitors. It’s a peek into not just yours, but their spam trap hits, list quality, ESPs in use, domain blacklisting, DMARC and more.

Schedule a short meeting with 250ok’s Director of Sales, Chris Ochs, to receive your report.

Click here for more information about the report and to get started.

Author: Nicky Copland

Nicky is the senior marketing manager at 250ok. Before joining the team, she spent the majority of her time crafting and implementing communications strategies for the association industry. She was never a brain surgeon, but she played one on the internet.

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