Very often, brands do not integrate their email marketing and social media strategies. When brands do include social icons in their emails, they’re often placed in either the header or the footer of the template. This positioning has very little impact on your email performance, as contacts have become accustomed to the placement of these icons.
Fellow Lujurian, Kevin McNulty, here to talk you down off the proverbial ledge.
Some freaky stuff happened over night to your Facebook profile, and you may be starting to twitch a little about this time.
So far, for each of the following Facebook changes announced on their blog, about 20, 000 people have posted responses complaining about the changes. That sounds like a lot until I tell you that 748,980,000 people didn’t complain. In other words, it’s this all over again.
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