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The Best App For Your Gmail Account On Windows 10 in 2019

Posted by Jason Ephraim on January 12, 2019

What’s the best way to manage your Gmail account on Windows? Well, with over 500,000 email accounts (a majority of them being Gmail accounts) Mailbird is growing in popularity as the best email client for Windows users with Gmail accounts:   I just slaughtered +1800 gmail messages @mailbird, https://t.co/B0clE7AkDU #inboxzero pic.twitter.com/ZT5Bw6r4hF — Paul Doherty (@pjdohertygis) February 1, 2016 Never thought I could stop using the gmail interface, but @mailbird made it possible. Almost forgot how much better a desktop app can be. — Jose Quesada (@Quesada) January 28, 2014 Mailbird – The best email client for Windows + Gmail. I’m all in. http://t.co/Dz4S6IREIl @mailbird — Matthew Mombrea (@mombrea) January 27, 2014 Getting addicted to @GetMailbird. A great email client for #Gmail (and others) http://t.co/zEYA391cUZ — Ulven (@UlvenNiclas) July 6, 2015 If you use #gmail for business but hate gmail, checkout @getmailbird second time around for us, so much better! Nice one @getmailbird — covedigital (@covedigital) May 13, 2015 [email protected] Seriously? @getmailbird is great! Good luck with GMail for web when you have 6 accounts to manage! And OS X mail on Windows? — Ishan Sharma (@real_ishan) December 3, 2014 Why do so many people think Mailbird is perfect for Gmail? Mailbird is Free Every new user gets a free trial of Mailbird Pro, which allows you to manage an unlimited number of email accounts (Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Windows live Mail – all of them). After that, Mailbird is free to use, forever. If you need more than 1 account –…

Best Windows 10 Email Clients To Manage Multiple Accounts 2019

Posted by Christin on January 11, 2019

Windows 10 offers a wide variety of awesome apps that can really increase both productivity and your sanity, especially when it comes to emails. Of course, there are hundreds of  ‘Best Email Clients’, that claim to achieve just this goal. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the cream of the crop  – “Best Windows 10 Email Clients“. Stop banging your head against the keyboard in frustration, and install one of these Windows 10 apps that work best for you! What are the Best Windows 10 Email Clients? Mailbird  We can’t create a list of the best Windows 10 email clients without including ourselves!;-) Mailbird stands out amongst other email clients in a number of ways. Productivity is a huge issue for a lot of companies, and email can feel like fuel on an already raging fire. Features such as attachment search, profile picture search, and a quick action bar drastically reduce the amount of time you spend finding old documents or emails. Unified Inbox is the favorite feature and main reason for many email ninjas to use Mailbird. All of your accounts will populate in one unified inbox. This feature is an absolute must for people that are managing multiple email accounts. The color indicator feature will help you tell immediately what account the email was sent to without even having to open the email first.  From there, customizing the look of the email client is up to you. You can change the background image, message sound, theme color, welcome messages, choose…

7 Emails to Send Out on an Automated Basis in 2019

Posted by Guest on January 11, 2019

E-commerce has taken over a large portion of global sales in the last decade. More than half of all Americans prefer to shop online, threatening to completely ruin the traditional model of brick-and-mortar stores. This is also the reason why e-commerce marketing is becoming more and more important recently, while email advertising plays a crucial role in that regard. With more than 2.5 billion email users worldwide, this channel of promotion has the power to reach global audiences almost instantly. It provides brands with a gigantic sales potential, especially bearing in mind the low-cost nature of email campaigns. That’s exactly why some of the most popular brands around the globe invest extra budgets into this type of content creation. However, marketing specialists at Assignmenthelper.com.au claim that each company, regardless of its size, can come up with a lucrative email strategy with only a little bit of planning and niche analysis. They put the biggest emphasis on email automation, the model which enables companies to share promotional messages with millions of users simultaneously. Today, almost 50% of businesses use some form of email automation. Not only that the automation makes email marketing faster but it also skyrockets sales and profit. Recent studies revealed that automated email messages average 70.5% higher open rates and 152% higher click-through rates than “business as usual” marketing messages. Brands no longer wonder whether to accept this kind of online marketing or not. Instead, they are trying to figure out the best way to utilize email marketing.…

10 Examples of Business Email Signatures 2019

Posted by Christin on January 10, 2019

As the saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. The same goes for making an impression online. Research has shown that online visitors form a first impression of your brand in less than two-tenths of a second. In only 2.6 seconds, that visitor’s eyes focus to reinforce that first impression. Knowing this, it’s important to use any and every opportunity to present yourself in a positive light online, especially through email communications. One such opportunity that is often overlooked is email signatures. The best email signatures go beyond just your name and contact information by showcasing you and showing off your brand. So, what are some great email signature examples? We’ve laid out a bunch for, plus some tips for success. 1. Keep it Simple Not everyone needs an elaborate email signature format to accompany their communications. Sometimes, simple and elegant will do the trick. The key elements of a professional email signature include your name, title, company and phone number. You may also include an address and your company’s website. But don’t include your email address—that’s redundant and unnecessary. Here’s a simple email signature example: 2. Use Color To add visual interest, even to a basic email signature, try using 1-2 colors drawn from your brand, logo or any graphical elements you might use.  More often than not, more than two colors start to clash and become distracting, so unless you have a particularly good eye for design, stick with one or two…

How to Send Emails to Undisclosed Recipients in 2019

Posted by Christin on January 9, 2019

Sending mass email requires a few points of etiquette one being to keep email addresses private. There are a number of reasons why employees prefer to keep their email IDs private. Sending an email to undisclosed recipients ensures that you can do so in a professional manner. Mailbird aims to make your professional endeavours easier by integrating a variety of intuitive functions into one friendly email interface – organize, search and find information with a click of a button.  The Benefits The best way to do send an email to multiple people is to use an undisclosed recipients feature that can be integrated into Gmail or Outlook with Mailbird. Some main benefits of sending email to undisclosed recipients are: Professionalism Concealing email addresses is a thoughtful and professional way of sending mass emails. This protects the privacy of your recipients’ responses too and ensures that other people don’t get a build up of email responses stemmed from replies to your mass email that does not concern anyone but the original sender. Reduce junk email Sending email to undisclosed recipients helps to ensure that people actually get your email and that it isn’t filtered out as chain emails to the junk folder. Spam protection Truthfully, when you send mass emails with exposed email addresses, it subjects other people to spammers, malware and viruses. Furthermore, it makes it easier for spammers get a hold of information, in extreme cases cause a breach in security through hacking. Send personalized email  Instead of seeing…

IncrediMail Windows 10 Email Client Alternatives in 2019

Posted by Jason Ephraim on January 8, 2019

There have been growing reports of IncrediMail (now Perion), a popular Windows email client, are not working well on Windows 10 machines. It appears that crashes, bugs, and more issues related to supporting new Windows 10 updates have cropped up recently. There are also several reports of malware that have lead many users to seek alternatives. What should you be looking for as an alternative? The bottom line is, email clients need to be concerned with increasing productivity, and effective organization. These elements should work together cohesively to make the user’s life easier. At a minimum, email clients need to consider that everyone is using their software in various business contexts such as fast-paced environments, in-office or out in the field. A solid email client should not only be able to adapt to these environments but should also be fully functioning after operating system updates. It needs to keep up with this ever-changing technological world – and that’s a demanding task! That’s why we rounded up all the windows email clients for a review. Here are the best alternatives to IncrediMail Windows 10 users who are looking for a similar experience. The Top IncrediMail Windows 10 Alternatives 1. Mailbird If you were a big fan of IncrediMail’s customization options like backgrounds, and custom effects, then Mailbird 2.0 is the best alternative on Windows 10 today. Mailbird is an intuitive, smart and effective way to organize emails and communicate with colleagues, clients, customers and professionals. Here is the full run down…

The Best Way to Unsend Email in 2019

Posted by Jason Ephraim on January 8, 2019

Ever wish you could Unsend that last Email? Have you ever sent an email only to realize you sent it to the wrong person? Or, maybe you’ve sent an email referencing an attachment you forgot to include? Spelling errors. Grammar mistakes. Wrong name. Wrong attachments… It’s easy to feel a little anxious about clicking that send button. Especially, if you have ever experienced that sinking, dreadful feeling of seeing an error in an email you just sent- and knowing you are powerless to do anything about it.   Potential for Disaster   Now, most of the time it’s not a big deal if a bad email goes out the door: • Most people won’t notice that misplaced apostrophe. • You can quickly follow up with another email with the correct attachment. • You can send a message telling them to disregard your previous email. • And so on… But, every so often, there are situations where sending an email with what may seem like a small error on it or even clicking on something you shouldn’t have, can have huge and far reaching repercussions. This can have an impact on: Your career – if this happens to you regularly or if the mistake is a big one, it can tarnish your reputation within your workplace Your personal relationships – while friends and family are more forgiving than work can be, emails with incorrect information can still make you look bad or untrustworthy Your financial security – Clicking on viruses or malware can put your financial…

How to Find the Best Free Email Service in 2019

Posted by Christin on January 8, 2019

If you were to look through your personal contact list right now, it’s probably safe to say that the majority of your contacts will have an email address from one of two services: Google’s Gmail (@gmail.com) or Microsoft’s Outlook.com (@outlook.com). This is unsurprising, considering Gmail has 15.8% and Outlook.com has 6.7% of the email client market share. Both of these free email services are backed by tech giants—Google and Microsoft—and have become the top contenders when choosing what service to use for your personal or small business email needs. But with the two constantly neck and neck in the email race, how do you decide which one is best for you? Google’s Gmail service is the older and most popular of the two—it has over 1 billion monthly active users as of February 2016. Because it’s been around longer, and it has a bigger audience, Gmail is generally considered the industry leader in free email services. Microsoft, on the other hand, launched the free version of Outlook.com in 2012 and has been refining the service ever since. It now has more than 400 million active users and a robust suite of features that rival the competition. On the surface, Google’s Gmail and Microsoft’s Outlook.com seem pretty similar. It’s only when you look at the details that you discover just how much the two differ. And it’s in these details that you’ll find the features that matter most to you to help you choose the right option for your personal or…

13 Tricks to Build an Awesome Brand Using a Podcast in 2019

Posted by Guest on January 8, 2019

The podcast has been around for more than a decade, and has made the rounds more of a convenient way to get news or a radio broadcast on demand. However, podcasts have bloomed into a great way to do marketing in 2014, when popular podcasts such as Serial attracted the attention of a mobile population. Podcasts became so popular that big companies were willing to bet on them to engage customers. However, not all companies have the resources to commission a branded podcast series by established podcast producers, or even a mention on a popular podcast. The next best thing, then, is to launch your own podcast to build your brand. Before you start to panic, consider that podcasts are not really that much different from blogs.  The idea behind either medium is to present information that your target audience wants or needs and develop a relationship with them at the same time. You also use a certain tone to express your personality and establish a rapport with your audience. The main difference is that blogs use text, and some graphics, while podcasts use audio, and some videos.  The biggest advantage of podcasts over blogs is that the audience prefers audio-based entertainment. They can do other things while listening, which they can’t really do while reading. This is why 42 million Americans listened to podcasts weekly in 2017, and most of them play it on a mobile device. Podcast also tend to create loyalty and passion among listeners once you…

WhatsApp inside your inbox in 2019

Posted by Jason Ephraim on January 7, 2019

Use WhatsApp alongside your email thanks to Mailbird Over 1 billion people use WhatsApp and it remains one of the most popular mobile applications in the world. Mailbird makes using this popular app better than ever with our WhatsApp app integration which allows you to use WhatsApp alongside your email inbox. Is your email conversation starting to get too long? With Mailbird, you can seamlessly switch the conversation over to WhatsApp and you can get the information you need in a fraction of the time. How to use WhatsApp with Mailbird Activating WhatsApp in Mailbird is easy. Click the “…” menu at the bottom of the Mailbird sidebar. Next, click the slider in the WhatsApp widget to turn it “on”. You will see the WhatsApp icon show up in the bottom of your sidebar along with any other apps you’ve activated. Click it, and you will find instructions on how to sign in to your WhatsApp account. Using the WhatsApp sidebar To activate the WhatsApp sidebar in your Mailbird client: Open any inbox by clicking on the account icon in the sidebar. If your sidebar is not expanded already, click the “<” symbol at the top right of the Mailbird client. To open WhatsApp, hover over the “…” symbol to see all the activated apps with sidebars. Click the WhatsApp symbol and you are all set. And we aren’t stopping there. We have new features for Mailbird in development right now. So stay tuned! What app that you use would you like us to…

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