Nine in 10 internet users in the US rely on email, and many say it’s a preferred channel for receiving brand communications. Email also still plays a central role for marketers looking to maintain and nurture relationships.View this Report
Eight email marketing experts from vendors and agencies in the space talk about how their clients are struggling to adjust their email strategies away from blast message to more relevant, targeted sends.
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