1:1 Email Intelligence Coaching Clinics: Sign Up Now
As a consultant here at Return Path, it's my job to work with clients to help them improve their email programs. Most of these consulting projects are conducted on the phone or via web meetings as technology allows us to easily engage with our clients across time zones and different countries. Given I'm a people person, I'm excited that while I'm in Las Vegas attending the MarketingSherpa Email Summit, my colleague, Tonya Mitchell, and I will be conducting free coaching clinics on Email Deliverability and increasing subscriber engagement using Competitive Intelligence.
So, if you have ever wondered what you can do to improve your sender reputation(or don't even know what sender reputation is) or want to learn more about what's working and what's not working for your competitors and how you use this information to improve your own email program or have any questions about how to get your emails delivered to the inbox, sign up to chat with one of us now.
Interested in more in-depth information around email deliverability and email intelligence? Join us on Monday, February 17th for our “Email Deliverability Workshop: Beyond the Basics” where we will cover a variety of best practices to improve your sending reputation including:
- Reducing complaints
- Improving list quality
- Increasing engagement
- Optimizing email creative and other strategies
Look forward to seeing you in person in Las Vegas!
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About Julia Peavy
Julia Peavy is currently the Director of Partner Services at Return Path. In this role, Julia is responsible for supporting Return Path’s partners and helping improve the client experience through consistent, quality, and scalable services. When Julia's not helping partners and their clients, you can find her on the slopes, trying to lower her handicap, looking for bargains, or watching one of her boys' many sporting events.