One of our biggest marketing crushes out there? Litmus. Not only does their product make our lives easier and help us send our best email possible, they’re also just generally awesome folks. And they know how to put on a killer conference.
We’re fans of anything that helps people do their best marketing, so we love sending fellow email geeks to the Litmus Email Design Conference in Boston each year. This time around, we gave away three tickets, but to ensure we chose the worthiest recipients, we had them enter a contest.
The rules? Entrants had to send us their best email explaining why they wanted to go and find a way to include these three things: Emma, Boston, and Litmus email extraordinaire Justine Jordan. We couldn’t have been more impressed with all the creative emails we received, but in the end, these guys took the top spots.
Check out their winning entries!
As a member of the Really Good Emails team, it’s no surprise that Matt knows how to craft a beautiful campaign. His entry stunned with flashy GIFs and great content. Kudos, Matt!
See the animated web view of his email here.
Ryan’s diary-style entry had us laughing the loudest – and who doesn’t love a few good emojis? After journeying with him from February 2015 to present day, we definitely felt he deserved a spot at TEDC.
A celebratory, waving Justine Jordan GIF? Nice touch. And we absolutely loved how his final CTA opened an email with the subject line “Congratulations! You’re the winner.” If that’s not confidence, we don’t know what is.
Congratulations again to our top email geeks! We can’t wait to see you in Boston.
If you’re interested in attending The Email Design Conference, you better register now. Some little birdies told us that all three locations (Boston, San Francisco, and London) are all but sold out, so be sure to grab your ticket while you still can!
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McKenzie Gregory is a content writer on Emma’s marketing team. A Nashville native, she can be found covering all things email on the Emma blog, debating hyphenation rules, and watching obscene amounts of Netflix without a trace of shame.Follow on Twitter More Content by McKenzie Gregory