This week some handy new features and improvements were added to Marketing Suite and Publisher: improvements to the overview with follow-up actions, and logfiles and feedbackloops have become available for all users of Copernica.
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Recently we added a new, important part to the MarketingSuite. Found behind the link 'Databases' in the side menu, this new section enables users to manage, structurize and get insight into the data that forms the basis of their campaigns.
In addition to the FollowUs block, a new block was added to the MarketingSuite email template editor this week: the ShareToSocial block. This new block allows template designers to add social media icons to their emails and specify the information subscribers can share with their friends or followers, by posting it on their timeline.
At this moment we are experiencing continued delays in email delivery.
To improve speed and interface responsiveness, Copernica are reworking there entire database infrastructure. Read all about it!
Copernica has been working hard on new features and improving existing features Copernica.com. All administrative tasks that you previously did in the Admin section of the marketing software, can now also be managed via your dashboard on Copernica.com, albeit a lot easier and simpler.
In this Copernica partner interview we highlight the partners that our users can find in the Copernica network. Today, we had a chat with Sascha Dobbelaere, managing director of S-Company.
Some of you may have noticed it already: a newly added Spanish flag in the top right corner of Copernica Marketing Software. This can mean only one thing...
In some cases, Outlook 2007 and 2010 magically render unwanted gaps in your HTML email. Especially when you're using two columns and your email is supposed to be responsive. Are you running into this little problem? Hopefully this article will help you fix it once and for all.
You probably must have heard this before: Will my newsletter look nice on the iPhone? Or even worse, why does my email not look just as nice as the competitor? I'm going to teach you how to create an email template that will look nice on an iPhone, Android or Windows8 phone. In other words, today you are going to learn how to create a responsive HTML email from scratch.