E-Mail marketing trends 2018: 7 ideas for the New Year

To ensure that your newsletter campaigns continue to be effective in the future, you shouldn’t miss these e-mail marketing trends in 2018: more...

Office 365 for Businesses: The MS Office 365 suite - part two

Office 365 is more than just the successor of Microsoft Office 2013. The Office 365 plans and subscription that you choose should be carefully thought-out; for an overview, read the first part of our Office series. This second part examines the SME plans: Office 365 Business, Office 365 Business Essentials, and Office 365 Business Premium, to help small and medium-sized enterprises decide on the...

Buying Office 365 online: Office 365 – part one

Office 365 is Microsoft’s way of offering its beloved productivity software in the cloud. Users can benefit from numerous functions that enable central data storage and collaborative editing of documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and more. When it comes to buying Office 365, you’ll need a subscription – instead of a one-off payment like the traditional desktop installation of Office, Office...

Creating an e-mail list – how to conquer this massive task

Building a comprehensive e-mail list is the key to a successful e-mail marketing campaign. There are already various providers online that sell countless lists of e-mail addresses. It’s not advisable to purchase these ready-made lists, but you can find out which methods are recommended in our guide.

Creating and designing newsletter templates

Nowadays, our e-mail inboxes are overflowing with newsletters. In order to make sure your business stands out from the wave of mail that floods in every day, you need more than just sound content and competitive offers. A professional, visually stimulating e-mail newsletter complete with a unique, personalised design optimised for smartphones, tablets, and computer screens can ensure your company...

E-mail marketing: finding success with professional newsletters

E-Mail marketing provides a direct and personalised way of delivering the recipient the information they need. With individual newsletters and advertising mails, businesses can achieve a sustainable customer retention whether it involves interested parties, repeat customers, or business partners. The challenge lies in defining the exact target group and offering them interesting and highly...

Six free alternatives to Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office is the most widely used Office package and, without a doubt, will remain to be for professional purposes. For users who often exchange documents with others, its compatibility gives it an unbeatable advantage. The biggest disadvantage, however, is the high cost of using Microsoft Office. Microsoft Office alternatives are usually more cost-effective, especially when the software is...

What is Exchange Server?

Microsoft Exchange Server is considered the standard solution for business e-mail traffic and computer-supported collaborative work. The software has many different usage models of available and these require purchasing special licenses. We’ll show you the licensing model here and give you an overview of the different functions of the collaborative software.

E-mail encryption: how PGP secures the content of your e-mails

Online privacy is a sensitive issue that affects experts and amateurs alike. Whether you’re posting on social networks, carrying out banking transactions, or buying from an online store, your data is not always sufficiently protected. The same applies to e-mails. Don’t let cyber criminals get their hands on your content by encrypting your e-mails.

Email archiving: what all companies should know

We use emails every day in the office, as one of our principle forms of communication. So what are you supposed to do with the mountain of emails backlogged over the years? The answer is email archiving. This isn’t just a useful way to keep your inbox clean though: it’s also the law. Find out here about the importance of mail archiving and how it’s governed in the US, the UK, and Canada.

E-mail marketing: the best time to send newsletters

When do you read your e-mails? In the morning over a coffee, on the train en route to work, or even stretched out on the sofa in the evening? The question sounds odd – but it’s one that plagues marketers for hours when choosing a delivery strategy for newsletters. The send time and frequency of newsletters are closely connected to the open and click rate – and so play a key role in the success of...