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

The Edge of Tomorrow: Email. Engage. Repeat.

At Sendwithus, we believe that setting up recurring email campaigns should be a walk in the park. This is why we’re happy to announce that we’ve automated the process for setting up and querying for recurring daily and/or weekly pitches. This complements the capabilities of Connect perfectly—a recap: Connect allows marketers to access all customer

Announcing Sendwithus Lite!

It is with great excitement that we announce the launch of Sendwithus Lite! Our goal has always been simple pricing that grows with our customers – and now we’re making it even more simple by consolidating Starter, Business, and Growth plans into Sendwithus Lite.

New Open-Source Email Template Available – Mantra

We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our Open-Source Email Template Library: the Mantra template. Mantra’s design is simple, with clean and responsive transactional templates in 9 versions – from a Welcome email to a “Win Back” offer, they’ve got you covered.

Cerberus: A Template that Teaches You to Code Emails

While there are plenty of tools out there that help you draft emails using a friendly interface, your true email potential will always go untapped if you’re not comfortable digging into the code a bit. Since email is largely a self-taught profession – I’ve never met anyone with an email design degree – usually this means

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