7 Practical Email Deliverability Resolutions You Can Stick to in 2013

It’s a day of celebration in America, with the President’s second-term inauguration – on a day designated to celebrate Martin Luther King.  Most Americans have the day off from work, but more likely than not, gyms around the country will be empty, with “getting-fit” and “going-to-the-gym” resolutions already abandoned by now.  

We’re three weeks into the new year, but it’s never too late to make a few more resolutions.

Here’s a tip for learning about a few resolutions that you can actually stick to for 2013 and beyond.  This Wednesday, January 23rd at 2 pm ET, attend a complimentary webinar on 7 Practical Email Deliverability Resolutions You Can Stick to in 2013

Join Return Path and our partner Neolane where we will outline seven practical deliverability resolutions for email marketers, covering subscriber complaints, preferences, engagement, data hygiene, and more. You’ll walk away with not just goals—but small, incremental steps you can implement to achieve them.

Register here.

 

 

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