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Email marketing: Tracking the evolution from desktop to mobile

By Michael McEnaney on Dec 18, 2014

Email marketing has had an interesting run in the marketing world over the last decade-plus. After years of battling complaints of being an intrusion to consumers when email was confined to the desktop realm, the acceptance worm turned and the practice was eventually welcomed by consumers looking for deals and new product announcements in their inboxes. The latest trend marketers have to navigate is that fact email is increasingly read on mobile devices these days. A recent report by Campaign Monitor suggests that 41 percent of email marketing opens now happen on a mobile device – a percentage that puts mobile opens at the top of the heap (Apple devices currently claim nearly 90 percent of these opens). Just when you thought you’d mastered the desktop nuances of email, in roars the mobile

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