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A solid (and positive) article from Colette of Lightning AILIFTOFF.IO
From Zero to $13 Million in 12 Months – Koala.com’s Growth Strategy
A deep dive into a nearly perfect clone of Casper (with a dash of Leesa).WEBPROFITS.COM.AU
3 Free Abandoned Cart Email Templates Courtesy of Email Monks
Three free templates to tweak. Email Monks is great, as an aside.LITMUS.COM
Should Marketing Emails Use a ‘No-Reply’ Email Address?
IMO there really isn't a good reason to not allow users to respond to all mail... especially when you can just point the responses to Zendesk or some equivalent.MARKETINGLAND.COM
Product & Design
But Sometimes Links Look Like Buttons (and Buttons Look Like Links)
A design pet peeve of mine that I believe can be a major cause of confusion for the average user (especially on mobile).MEDIUM.COM