Cures For the Common Code: Troubleshooting Your Email Marketing Code Issues

Posted on Jan 05 2011 by

Even though coding for email marketing is, in many ways, easier than that of a website, mistakes are very common. Fortunately, these mistakes are easy to troubleshoot, and most are even easier to fix. This handy reference helps HTML coders quickly establish the cause of an error and outlines guidelines for proper email coding.

The Top Drinking Cities in the U.S.

Posted on Dec 29 2010 by

As we ring in the New Year this week, Americans will be tossing back a few adult beverages in celebration. While alcohol consumption certainly increases around holidays and other times of celebration, many Americans imbibe year-round. So where across this great land of ours are you most likely to find adults willing and able to […]

This Holiday Season, Your Greeting Cards May Not Come By Mail… Or Even Email

Posted on Dec 22 2010 by

Americans are less likely today to send out traditional greeting cards in the than they were two years ago. We should not assume that the spirit of the holidays has lost its intensity, however. New means of communication might have replaced the old ones.

Credit Card Owners Paying Down Balances, Using Cards Less

Posted on Dec 15 2010 by

Over the past three years, credit card owners have been increasingly likely to pay their credit card balance in full each month. On average in 2010, 42% of credit card-holders typically pay their monthly balance in full, up from an average of 37% of card-owners who paid their full balance in 2008.

Gift-Card Purchases Peak During Holiday Rush

Posted on Dec 08 2010 by

Recent data from Experian Simmons shows that holiday shopping procrastination tends to result in the purchase of last-minute gift cards.

Cyber Monday 2010: Mo’ Money, Mo’ Shopping

Posted on Dec 01 2010 by

Billed as the largest online shopping day of the year, this year’s Cyber Monday did not disappoint — the number of US-based visits to the top 500 retail sites increased 16% on Cyber Monday 2010.

When is Cyber Monday in the UK?

Posted on Dec 01 2010 by

Cyber Monday is an American term that people have tried to import to the UK, but its British definition remains vague. In the US it refers to the Monday following Black Friday, which itself is the day after Thanksgiving and considered to be the start of the pre-Christmas shopping season.

Better Jobs Are Still Hard to Come By

Posted on Dec 01 2010 by

As of October 18, 2010, 6.5% of U.S. adults have changed jobs for something better in the previous year. That’s a relative decline of 34% compared to January 14, 2008, when 9.9% of Americans said they had changed jobs for the better.

The Party Started Before Cyber Monday

Posted on Nov 29 2010 by

Well, you can say you heard it here first: Cyber Monday is barely a few hours into full swing and yet we’re already seeing email volumes increase by roughly the same percentage as last year in the run up to today’s mailing frenzy. Last year, we saw an increase in ‘Black Friday’ and ‘Cyber Monday’ mentions [...]

Alcohol Vendor traffic up 50% as Party season gets started

Posted on Nov 26 2010 by

As December approaches with alarming rapidity the start of the party season will be swinging into action quicker than you can say “Secret Santa”.

With office Christmas parties and large family gatherings on the way online searches will…