May 17, 2018
IRCE Chicago, we’re coming for you! Join us?
Update: We’ve upped the ante and we’re hosting a VIP Reception at the Chicago Athletic Association Game Room on Tuesday (6/5). Feel like deliverability royalty and join us for a drink!
Chicago is basically in our backyard. Well, if we lived in a mansion. A very large mansion. So we’ll be in attendance at the Internet Retailer Conference + Exhibition (IRCE) in Chicago on June 5-8, hanging out with some of the leading brands you (and we) love.
We’re super pumped about this conference because 250ok and internet retailers go together like Beyonce and JAY-Z, because — hear me out — even if you and email got 99 problems, it’s worth working them out, and we provide the insight you need to better ensure your emails are actually reaching your customers’ eyeballs (and, by extension, their cash money).
To prove it, we’re offering all IRCE attendees a FREE Competitive Intelligence Email Report, which will let you know how your email is performing across your sending domains, like how many times you’ve been blacklisted or how many spam trips you’ve hit in the last 90 days, plus similar intel into your competitors.
You might find some surprising things you didn’t know about. But don’t worry. We can help you turn those lemons into lemonade. Get started!
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