Yes, another month is upon us, which means that it’s time for another installment of “Images Blocked Email of the Month”!
This post is different, though. After several months of bashing email marketers for not optimizing their emails for image suppression, I thought it would be refreshing to highlight and praise some email marketers that are doing a good job in this area. Continue reading
It’s hard to believe it’s already been a month since my last post highlighting the sins of email design. This month’s “wall of shame” winner comes from Virgin Airlines. Continue reading
No, this is unfortunately not an April Fool’s joke. Hate to do this to you, Diesel. But you leave me no choice (see screenshot). Continue reading
This happens to me SO often, and it drives me SO crazy, that I’m just going to have to do a monthly “wall of shame” series. I give you my first installment:
Email marketers: Assume that your emails will be viewed with images blocked. Test your emails with images blocked. Put yourself in the recipients shoes, with images blocked, and ask: What’s in it for me?
Have some more atrocious/humorous examples? Email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and maybe I’ll put them in my ongoing “wall of shame”!