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!

The Email Power Hour and the Value of A/B Testing

In 2016, Sendwithus hosted a recurring event at our San Francisco HQ – The Email Power Hour. We invited local email aficionados and nerds alike to join us for some snacks and drinks while geeking out on email. One of these events focused on the topic of A/B testing.

Webinar: Email Segmentation

Sendwithus team member Kelly joined Matt Gonzales of Kickbox.io to chat about email segmentation. They reviewed common segmentation strategies, the crucial first step of having a clean email list, and ways to avoid stale data. They also covered some real-life email examples of what can happen when data and timing go wrong in the wild.

Webinar: One Size Fits None

Matt Harris, Sendwithus CEO and Co-founder, recently joined Dan Buckstaff, VP of Marketing at Jetlore, to discuss the trend for Best in Breed tech solutions. Marketing is difficult, so why not sign up for one of those all-in-one CRM email marketing systems? Well, that’s one way to make things “easier” – (those are air quotes,

5 Common Mistakes That Destroy Email Deliverability

This post is brought to you by our friend, Jessica Martinez. Jessica is a music advocate, social media enthusiast, and Marketing Director at Kickbox.io.  Email deliverability is the percent of emails that land in the inbox. It doesn’t matter how dazzling your email campaigns are if you have low deliverability. Only a small portion of

Webinar: Sendwithus 101

Earlier this week, we teamed up with our friends at Mailgun to host a Webinar for a group of newbies looking to take their Mailgun game to the next level. We introduced them to the Sendwithus platform (including a demo), talked thru a few transactional email wins and fails, and learned how to identify a dreaded