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Email Marketing and Marketing Automation for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
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Have you ever wondered why your recipients decide to unsubscribe from your emails? Acquiring this information can help you improve your email marketing campaigns and target the right recipients. To collect this data, all you need to do is integrate a ClickDimensions survey with your subscription management page. Start by... Continue reading
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In the modern marketing world, it isn't uncommon for marketing efforts to span several countries and regions. Because of this, ClickDimensions often receives questions about reporting on email statistics by location – whether by country, region, state, etc. As long as you have the recipient's location on file, this is... Continue reading
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The start of a new year is a perfect time to reevaluate and update many marketing practices and processes, including subscription management. In case you aren't familiar with it already, subscription management allows email subscribers to choose which emails they receive from an organization by allowing them to opt in... Continue reading
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ClickDimensions forms and surveys can be set up to be web responsive so that your contacts and leads can interact with them on mobile devices. However, the HTML component is an exception to that responsive setting. Since any content (text and/or images) can be added there, the component isn't able... Continue reading
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Email marketing is an effective way to connect with leads, engage with current contacts and communicate to all of your audiences what's happening at your company. While email has many benefits and continues to enjoy great popularity among marketers and their recipients alike, its popularity can be its own undoing.... Continue reading
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This post is republished with permission from Bruce Sithole's blog, Bruce 365. I have been creating and crafting email templates using ClickDimensions for Dynamics 365/CRM lately. As you personalize emails more to try and get the best response, every little bit of attention to detail helps. For example, in the... Continue reading
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Save more money, lose weight, exercise more, spend more time with family and friends – year after year, these are among the most popular New Year's resolutions. They are certainly admirable goals – and even better when achieved! – but we're proposing a different take on resolutions in 2017. Here... Continue reading
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ClickDimensions is excited to welcome the following team members: Andrew Corbett, Sales Development Representative Andrew is a recent graduate of Georgia State University who has experience in sales, retail and with a tech start up. In his free time, he enjoys creative writing and working out, and he is involved... Continue reading
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Are you new to ClickDimensions and want to kickstart your training and understanding of the system? We have a great new ClickDimensions Academy webinar for you! Introduction to ClickDimensions: General Overview and Resources is a 30-minute webinar that offers a high-level overview of the ClickDimensions marketing automation and email marketing... Continue reading
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Are you ready to ring in a New Year? Here at ClickDimensions, we're excited to see what 2017 has in store! But first, we're taking a look back at the best of the ClickDimensions blog in 2016. Here are the most popular posts from this year: 1. 3 Ways to... Continue reading
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What are anchors? I'll give you a hint; I'm not talking about the object that holds a boat in a steady position in the water. I am referring to anchors that are placed in an email or on a web page. Anchors are intangible navigational functions that conveniently direct your... Continue reading
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If you're a ClickDimensions customer, you are probably familiar with using the personalization button within an email template to display a recipient's name to create a more personal email experience or to personalize subject lines to capture a recipient's attention, using information from a lead, contact or account record. But... Continue reading
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Our next ClickDimensions certification boot camp is now enlisting! If you're ready to become ClickDimensions Certified, we invite you to join us in our hometown of Atlanta on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 for a one-day comprehensive training event. This event will cover everything you need to know to pass the... Continue reading
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Unbounce is a landing page designer that lets marketers design and publish landing pages and test variations of the landing pages against each other to see which converts the most visitors. If you are an Unbounce user, it's easy to combine ClickDimensions forms and surveys with Unbounce landing pages. 1.... Continue reading
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Note: This is an updated version of an older post, which can be found here. Recently we had a customer that wanted to have standard email templates that could bring in data from standard and custom entities. But there was a twist; they also wanted to be able to bring... Continue reading
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According to Demand Metric, content marketing costs 62 percent less than traditional marketing and generates three times as many leads. That one stat alone makes a compelling case for content marketing, but as with all things in life, if it's worth doing, it's worth doing well. Here are six mistakes... Continue reading
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If there was a single recipe for success in today's business environment, a great customer experience might just be it. In recent years, the tables have turned in the relationship between businesses and their customers. Our always-connected society has changed what customers expect from brands and how they share their... Continue reading
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In two previous blog posts, we have discussed setting up security roles and access levels for users to send ClickDimensions emails. These same principles can also be used to determine who can set up ClickDimensions' subscription management feature, which would involve creating subscription lists, appending marketing lists to those subscription... Continue reading
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The second half of 2016 has been a busy one for ClickDimensions Academy, and it has seen tremendous growth in attendance and certifications. Below is a sampling of some of the great partners and customers who have invested their time in our training and passed the ClickDimensions Certification exam. Congrats... Continue reading
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Have you ever thought about becoming ClickDimensions Certified? If so, and you're in Australia, we have the perfect opportunity for you. Our live, one-day certification boot camp will be coming to Melbourne on February 7, 2017 and to Sydney on February 9, 2017. This one-day comprehensive training event will cover... Continue reading
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Smartphone and tablet owners spend nearly three hours on average staring at these devices every day, according to digital analytics firm Flurry. And research from Ericsson indicates that by 2020, there will be 6.1 billion smartphone users around the globe. With stats like these, marketers have been standing up and... Continue reading
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Let's start this post with an important disclaimer: per the ClickDimensions Terms of Service and many email marketing laws, you must receive explicit permission to opt someone back in your marketing communications after they have opted out. This can be in the form of a direct email or phone call... Continue reading
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ClickDimensions is excited to welcome the following team members: Lori Blair, Technical Support Specialist Lori is a Georgia native who graduated Magna Cum Laude from Georgia State University with a degree in accounting. She has previously worked for IBM and has focused, throughout her career, on employing technology to support... Continue reading
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Are you located in Canada or do you send emails or text messages to people that live or work there? If so, you should already be familiar with Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL). This anti-spam law, which is often referred to as the toughest in the world, went into effect in... Continue reading
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Favicons (short for "favorite icons") are small square images, usually 16×16 pixels, located on the left side of a web browser's address bar to represent the web page being visited. These favicons enhance the customer experience of your website by making your branding more cohesive. And if you're wondering how... Continue reading