Whether it’s with partners like Litmus, industry thought leaders like Jay Baer, or smart brands like GoldieBlox and Tito's Vodka, we're hosting a LOT of webinars these days. And since we record each one, it's resulted in a treasure trove of fantastic, helpful content for us to share with you fine folks.
In case you missed them the first time around, here are links to the recordings of a few of our most recent webinars. And don’t worry, we’ll keep the bulleted slides to a minimum. Promise.
Join email design experts Logan Baird (Design Services Lead, Emma) and Kevin Mandeville (Product Manager, Litmus) as they dive into the latest trends hitting today's inboxes, talk HTML design hacks, and answer your questions about all things email design.
Join the brains behind UnMarketing as they share real-life examples of what to do (and what not to do) to succeed in the business world today. These guys are refreshingly authentic and full of expert advice that will completely transform how you think about marketing.
Jay Baer is a New York Times best-selling author, a highly sought-after speaker, and leads Convince & Convert, a group of strategic advisors who work with organizations to make digital marketing and customer experiences remarkable. During this Q&A, Jay covers the latest and greatest strategies for keeping your customers and prospects engaged with relevant content that gets big results.
In this webinar with Jayme Brown (Community Manager) and Molly McDonald (Ecommerce Manager) of GoldieBlox, you’ll learn what it’s like marketing for one of the most inspiring retailers out there, the smart tactics they use to get big results in the inbox, and how Emma's Privy and Shopify integrations have become pillars of their team's strategy.
Explore our full archive of webinar recordings here.
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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