What determines a good email? Let’s face it, we decide whether or not to open an email the same way we decide whether or not to open a book, by the cover. And that’s why the key to great email starts with the subject line. After the sender name, subject lines are your first point of contact with a customer. It’s where your company can offer value, pique interest, and invite engagement. So, what makes a good subject line? That’s the question our friends at 8tracks.com tackled earlier this year.
Earlier this week I was in Denver, Colorado, visiting our good friends at SendGrid. I was mostly in town to sample the amazing Denver BBQ, but I had a secret side mission. A live webinar with SendGrid’s Jillian Wolhfarth, talking smack about transactional email, and sharing some exclusive case studies in email optimization. If you missed our webinar, stop reading NOW and go check out the slides.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way… time to answer some of the awesome follow up questions that we received!
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Press Release: Victoria Startup Sendwithus in the Silicon Valley: First BC-founded Company Backed by Legendary Accelerator Y Combinator
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Media Contact: Linley Faulkner | Phone: 408-707-5063 | Email: email@example.com | Website: sendwithus.com
Victoria, BC February 12, 2014
Victoria Startup Sendwithus in the Silicon Valley: First BC-founded Company Backed by Legendary Accelerator Y Combinator
When Victoria-based startup Sendwithus mysteriously uprooted their entire team to Silicon Valley, friends and colleagues were shocked at the bold move. Within a couple weeks, the 8-person team packed their suitcases and moved into a house in Sunnyvale, California. They told friends and colleagues their goal was to build faster and be in proximity to the Silicon Valley technology scene, but co-founders Matt Harris and Brad Van Vugt had bigger reasons behind the move.
Sendwithus, a Software as a Service (SaaS) company focusing on A/B testing for transactional email, announced their backing by the legendary startup incubator Y Combinator (YC) in a recent TechCrunch article.