Articles by Simon:
GetResponse CEO Statement Regarding the DDoS Attack (UPDATED)
UPDATE – Great news: We have managed to restore our outbound mailing capability. All emails that have been scheduled in the past days will now be sent, however it may still take up to several hours in order to provide the best possible deliverability. Newly scheduled emails may have a bit longer delivery time as we […]
4 Deceptive Email Subject Lines That Will Kill Your Business
A few days ago I had a meeting with our Compliance team, and we studied Subject lines of GetResponse users who didn’t play by the book. Today I’d like to share with you some of these “brilliant” ideas for Subject lines that are guaranteed to kill your reputation, your deliverability and your email marketing account. So […]
Gmail Now Displays Images By Default
Gmail has made an exciting change to how it handles images within emails, and I think you’re going to like this. From now on, Gmail will never ask your subscribers to give permission to “display images below”. Instead, they will automatically display the images by default.
Reimagining The GetResponse Brand
It’s a big day for us today at GetResponse. I’m both excited and proud to introduce our new brand. Many of our team members worked tirelessly for the last few weeks to re-imagine GetResponse, and I’d like to tell you a short story about its evolution.
How To Get Your Email Deleted
I may not be the biggest physical fitness nut out there, but there are two things I exercise – without fail – almost every day. The first is my wrist, as I whip out my credit card for the latest must-have item. (Luckily, I have a husband who understands how much money I am saving […]
Email spoofing getting more sophisticated
Phishing attacks are becoming more and more elaborate. Moments ago a curious PayPal scam landed at my PayPal address that we’ve never used for anything else than PayPal transactions. The scam email contained one element only — an image that perfectly reassembled PayPal’s transaction receipt. More specifically, a payment receipt for an “inMotion iM4 Portable […]
Have you ever received a “spoofed” spam/virus/phish email that claimed to be from the party you know and trust?Or, to rephrase the question, how many do you get every day? A technique where an illegitimate sender deliver an email message pretending to be from someone else is called “email spoofing”. Spammers, scammers and criminals have […]