Good morning Emailbrain Blog Readers,
I would like to extend these holidays greetings, and want to wish you the best for this so important time of the year.
Before I start with today's blog, I will reply to the postings that Diego and Susan made in our last blog. Diego wanted to know the extra number of fields that a subscription form should have. In reality it should not be an exact number, simply they should not be so few that you will later regret having asked your subscriber for really important information, but not so many that your recipient will walk away from signing up because there are so many. Susan wanted to know if she sends an email to all her clients to confirm that they do want to be in her list, if they happen to complaint in that first send, what would happen. We will then require proof of opt in, which means proof that that person did subscribe to be in your list even if it was a long time ago.
Today's blog will be solely on our Project for this holiday's season. For a long time the Emailbrain team has been wanting to get involved in a good cause, a lot of brainstorming happened in order to come up with a great idea that we decided to call “The EmailBrain Project”
We have partnered with http://www.homelessinmiami.com , an organization of young Hispanic artists that are trying to give back to their community (Miami).
Starting this Holiday season, EmailBrain in conjunction with Homeless in Miami, will be doing clothes collecting efforts, with the purpose of giving it out to the homeless people in the city of Miami. If you would like to get involved in this great cause, you can do so by sending out clothes, towels, sheets, shoes, and anything you think could be of good use to the homeless, to our offices in Miami 10750 NW 25th St., Miami, FL 33172.
EmailBrain and Homeless in Miami deeply thank you for supporting this great cause that will, without a doubt, put a smile in lots of people’s faces. And since we don’t want you to miss that moment, we will be posting videos.
The Emailbrain Team & Homeless in Miami wish everyone Happy Holidays!