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  • Marketing Dive

    Email marketers are always interested in different benchmarking studies, so when a company like Constant Contact with a large amount of raw data on its email clients releases insights into that data, marketers tend to take notice. Constant Contact just released a new infographic featuring data from three main areas of email marketing – email copy, best time to send, and audience engagement.

  • VentureBeat

    The Leader quadrant in a G2 Crowd report’s visual Grid indicates strong scores on two dimensions — customer satisfaction and market presence. Although some of the assessed email tools were within larger suites, like Salesforce’s, the report focused only on the email marketing components.

  • MediaPost

    Software review site G2 Crowd published their summer 2015 rankings of the best email marketing platforms Wednesday. Salesforce Marketing Cloud and Mailchimp tied for overall satisfaction in the crowdsourced report.

    Based on user reviews from about 850 email marketers, the updated GridSM report ranked 18 products to help purchasers. In order to be included in the grid, each product had to have received 10 or more reviews.

  • BostInno

    Over the past month, we've been collecting nominations for our Coolest Companies Competition, our annual friendly competition celebrating local companies with amazing culture. We received hundreds of submissions from companies with mind-blowing workspaces, super fun outings, parties and happy hours, and the most enthusiastic, tight knit teams. It wasn't easy, but we whittled down the entries to a final 150--listed below. ...

  • The Small Biz Shop

    Some say laughter is the best medicine for what ails you. So as I write this blog, I laugh to myself as I think about all the times I wish I had spoken up. If you know me, you know I enjoy what I do. I’ll go out of my way to help you with your business and I’ll make sure the job gets done effectively and efficiently. I am not; however, ‘salesy’ and don’t push my services. I typically rely on inbound marketing, word of mouth, my blogs, my social media presence, events at my storefront, and...

    The Small Biz Shop
  • Entrepreneur

    When startups begin their tenure in our Small Business Innovation Program, we typically give them a “Sprint Kit.” Included is a set of exercises from the popular Design Sprint framework, which takes a critical look at a company's product or service.


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