October 8, 2018
We did something to our blog.
You guys, we have big news. In the spirit of autumn, where all things wither and die, we’ve killed our existing blog.
“But I’m literally reading your blog right now,” you might say.
We’ll give you that one, this is true. But that’s because we killed it and brought it back to life in a much more appealing, functional, and satisfying way.
Why? Because this is what everyone looked like when perusing our blog:
You’re now exploring 250ok Resources!
We’ve categorized all our previous blog posts to fall under categories like videos, webinars, reports, and more, to make it easier to find what you want from us. But for those of you who don’t like the thrill of the hunt, we added another big game-changer: Search.
Yes, you can now search our archives to find exactly what you’re looking for without scrolling through 320 pages of content (that’s what it feels like, at least, I didn’t count them).
This is you perusing our blog now:
Go forth! Dare to get lost in all things email with us, find your way to true deliverability happiness, take our hand, let’s soar! Hope you enjoy the new layout, and let us know how else we can improve the experience for you.
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