Posts Tagged ‘implementation’

You’ve Selected an Email Service Provider—Now What?

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There’s no question that selecting the right email service provider (ESP) for your company is a major decision. But finding the Email service provider is only the first step in launching successful email marketing campaigns. In fact, the questions you ask—or don’t ask—your vendor after signing on the dotted line can determine how successful your […]

How to Seamlessly Onboard With Your New ESP

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Finding yourself in a situation that you need to switch to a new ESP is not uncommon for marketers. The way you and your new Email Service Provider approach onboarding will impact your entire sending program. So make sure to plan and execute the migration process right.

Changing of ESP? This is how to avoid disaster

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There are quite some factors that have an influence on whether a marketer would want to change their ESP. It can be due diligence (such as looking for better pricing) or out of need (such as deliverability problems). In all cases, changing an ESP is something one should care about and be well prepared for.

5 people you should meet at your ESP before signing on

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During any sales process, the people selling to you can largely impact your final decision. However, during the process of choosing a new ESP, the person selling to you is rarely the person who’ll be delivering what you’ve bought. Having a good relationship with sales is all well and good, but once the contract is […]

Want a world-class ESP? Expect these (tough) vetting questions

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There is always movement on the email marketing software market. Marketers look for vendors with the best mix of policy, price, features and performance. At the same time, Email Service Providers are keen to take on customers that fit their current portfolio.

Selecting the Perfect ESP? – Don’t Forget to prepare the implementation

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When going for a new email service provider, the time to ask questions about migration and implementation is well before you sign any contracts. Do you really want to commit to an ESP only to find out the migration and implementation are going to take three times longer than you anticipated (or budgeted for)? Or […]