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As Facebook Clamps Down on Advertisers, Email Becomes an Attractive Alternative

The rules on Facebook keep changing, but email marketing remains an effective tool.

Jeff Kupietzky

AOL and Yahoo Scan User Emails Then Sell Data to Advertisers, Report Says

Verizon-owned Oath is pitching a service to advertisers analyzing AOL and Yahoo emails to provide targeted ad data, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Rob Marvin

What Your Email Style Says About Your Personality

There are four basic email styles. Which one is yours?

Carol Tuttle

Slogging Through Email Is Probably Why You're Worried About Your Productivity

Dispensing with frivolous email is the fastest way to boost productivity.

Shawn Doyle

6 Quiet Daily Rituals of Every Billion-Dollar CEO

Focusing on high-priority projects in the morning leaves the rest of the day for dealing with the smaller stuff before it becoming a problem.

John Rampton

After Losing a $21,000 Deal, Here's What I Changed in My Email Follow-ups

Looking back, these are the things we could have done differently to win the deal.

The 3 Words That Define a Business Owner's Success

That "away from office" message doesn't signal laziness or complacency. It demonstrates competence and success.

Gene Marks

Google Reportedly Allows Outside App Developers to Read People's Gmails

The outside app companies receive access to messages from Gmail users who signed up for things like price-comparison services or automated travel-itinerary planners.

Greg Sandoval

All the Features You Need to Know About in the New Version of Gmail

They're designed to boost your productivity and keep your messages more secure.

Increasing Employee Engagement Is About Un-Disengaging Your Workforce

Limiting emails and phone usage might be the smartest thing you ever do for your company.

Dan Dowling

This Simple Email Tool Will Help You Sound More Confident

It does that by highlighting any words that are apologetic.

Nina Zipkin

10 Tips for Writing Emails That Will Get You Tangible Results

If you follow this 10-step process, you'll avoid the email mistakes that other marketers are making.

Susan Gunelius