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Keywords in email copy

We mentioned in a previous article that a government website will no longer use Latin abbreviations in future posts. Despite a clear, of course, explanation of the logic behind the decision, it has been criticised in the press. In essence, the company is writing targeted copy. If you want those on your email marketing lists … READ MORE »

Keywords in email marketing copy

All writers are hurt when they realise that their carefully crafted copy in a marketing email is only scanned. That doesn’t mean that all the effort they put into the text is wasted. However, it makes writing and editing it that much more difficult.  You understand how Google uses keywords, at least as far as … READ MORE »

The path to clear English

Email marketing design is all about communication. The more of your message you get over and the quicker you do it, the better. This is accepted by the gov.uk website where you can tax your car and obtain information about government requirements and systems. Whether as a brand awareness campaign or, as they suggest, a … READ MORE »

Design content for your subscribers

The Gov.uk site, https://www.gov.uk/, which provides government guidance and services, such as vehicle tax payment, has succeeded in what is probably one of its main intents by saying that it will phase out Latin abbreviations, such as eg, ie, etc, et al (sorry. Too tempting to resist.) It created a small furore in the press, … READ MORE »

Keeping your email marketing lists safe

Given the recent developments with regards to the Brexit, the report by the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee on Cyber Security: Protection of Personal Data Online (PPDO) might have slipped under your radar. Thankfully, it is a concise report, despite its 17 recommendations. We won’t go through them all here but will … READ MORE »

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