Sendwithus and Asana: Making the Most of the Right Tool

At Sendwithus, we use Asana to track all tasks and projects within the company, from Sales to Marketing to Operations, including Product Development (but that’s a separate blog post). Asana allows us to funnel tasks to the right people, making sure no task is ever lost while ensuring cross-team collaboration and approval. General Company Structure

How to Organize Your Email Team to Scale

Despite the hype around social media and chatbots, email is still the primary method of communication businesses use to reach their customers. Some 80% of marketers surveyed in 2016 said email was core to their business, while email use among white-collar Americans rose 17% year-over-year. Millennials spend the most time on email of any age

Stay out of the Penalty Box: Email Deliverability with SendGrid

On November 30, 2016, Luke Martinez of SendGrid and I hosted a webinar about Email Deliverability. Luke is a Deliverability Consultant and helps companies sort out complex issues, guiding them on the road to a great Sender Reputation. You put a lot of time, effort, and energy into your email campaigns, however, no one will read

Don’t Let Big Emails Cost You Big Sales

Despite what they tell you in Texas: bigger is not always better – at least when it comes to email. Sidebar: during my three-year tenure as an Austinite, I was very disappointed to learn that not all toast in Texas is Texas Toast. I know, I know – I was just as devastated as you.

Gmail Changes to Support CSS Styles

Here at Sendwithus, we’re a team of email nerds who like to keep on top of email news and happenings. Gmail recently made a few changes that affect the lives of email designers, developers, and strategists and we want to be sure you’re in the know. Gmail now supports CSS media queries!