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America is No. 1 when it comes to email marketing

By Lawrence Bonk on Jan 27, 2015

It’s no secret that sending out email blasts is one of our trump cards in the fight for more customer retention and lead conversions. After all, leads are just letters on paper if you don’t contact them, and people don’t use their phones as much as they once did. Times change and with them, the practices of our entire industry. Perhaps, however, you haven’t realized just how much you’ve come to rely on email-based marketing. This handy chart, recently cooked up by email veterans Mailjet, lays it all out there on a planetary scale. They figured out which countries sent out the most marketing-based emails. Spoiler alert: It’s America (let the chanting commence). Not only do Americans do the most emailing for marketing purposes, the country also leads the way when it comes to split testing, w

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