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  1. Map showing various pins in different locations across the Mid-West, North East and Southern United States.

    There’s more to running a remote company than keeping up with technology.

    You probably didn’t plan on taking your company 100% online, but yet – here you are.

    Under normal circumstances, companies who shift to being fully remote plan for weeks, sometimes even months before taking the leap. During that time, they’re working to retain both team management and company culture. However, in our current circumstances, most companies weren’t able to put these types of plans and strategies in place before closing offices and sending their teams home with laptops in tow.

    Getting through the initial hurdle of suddenly moving everything (and everyone!)…

  2. Cheerful curly-haired daughters having fun with daddy while he's trying to work on his laptop.

    If you’re like the rest of us, distractions seem to be at an all-time high.

    Nothing is normal. Whether there are more people at home, you have to homeschool on top of your career, or you’re struggling with worry, everyone is busy. These circumstances zap your time, energy, and focus.

    And when your attention span is spread thin, it’s hard to dedicate any time you may have towards emailing and nurturing your subscribers. But have no fear! It’s at times like this when automation and getting crafty with your content can become your best email marketing friends.

    3 time and energy saving strategies to keep your email marketing active

    1. Automatically email new blog posts to your mailing lists.
  3. A laptop showing a video call full of coworkers.

    Finding your ideal work from home rhythm isn’t as easy as you may think.

    When pajamas replace business casual, the fridge is now just a short walk away, and Netflix marathons are streaming on TV – working remotely from home can sound like a dream come true.

    Shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders have shifted the work cultures for many offices, both big and small. For some, working remote is the ideal setting for maximum efficiency. But for a majority of those who’ve transitioned to make-shift home offices, you’re probably discovering it’s more of a tough adjustment than you had expected.

    You’ve probably read a ton of remote working tips post.…

  4. Young man sitting on the floor with a satisfied, proud and happy look with thumbs up, signaling OK with one hand, sending a positive, "alright' message.

    It doesn’t matter how pretty or sophisticated your emails are if they aren’t getting to the inbox.

    Email communication is more important than ever and getting to the inbox is crucial to your success.

    And getting to the inbox depends on the sender reputation of your bulk email service provider (ESP).

    Not all ESPs are the same.

    In simple terms, deliverability means the likelihood of your emails reaching your subscribers’ inboxes. It’s one of the reasons you choose to work with an ESP. We focus on achieving the highest deliverability rate and sender reputation possible to ensure the emails of our clients all reach their desired destinations.…

  5. Excited motivated diverse team people give high five in office

    Creating an efficient and effective system for communicating with your now remote team.

    Remember all of those meetings that could’ve been emails? Well, now most of them are all emails.

    And now, the question is: How’re you keeping your team engaged with all those mass emails?

    Many offices and businesses are turning to platforms such as Outlook or a webmail app to communicate with their employees now spread across towns, cities, and states. This solution may seem simple and effective at first. However, as you settle into this new way of working, you may find after a few weeks, holes appearing in this email pipeline.…


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