28 Feb 2018
Phrasee’s phavourite email marketing tweets of the month: February 2018
Aquarians are the best.
Sure, we may be unreliable, stubborn, indecisive, and inflexible, but we are also intelligent, social, independent AND excellent communicators (not to mention good-looking).
Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Styles and Ed Sheeran are all Aquarians… so… yeah… that’s a thing as well. Sadly, both Phrasee and our venerable founder Parry Malm missed the cut and must suffer as lowly Pisces
But it’s not only perfect and talented babies that February produces.
The year’s shortest month is also famed for its amazing email marketing tweets!
Let’s have a look, shall we?
February 2018 was a month in which some urged caution…
— Elliot Ross (@iamelliot) February 13, 2018
While others threw caution to the wind…
Frustrations boiled over…
if i wake up to another Salesforce Marketing Cloud automated incident notification email I’m going to start writing our subscribers hand written letters because there’s a 99% chance it’ll get to them faster. #emailgeeks
— nikk (@nikkpearce) February 9, 2018
And harsh truths were told…
I’m a big fan of winback #emailmarketing. But it’s useless when the discount code doesn’t work and customer service ignores your emails. @TempleSpa @gilchristsoames #emailgeeks #lifecyclemarketing #icouldusesomeshampoo pic.twitter.com/GAXaD1OLQU
— Jen Capstraw (@jencapstraw) February 9, 2018
We spoke the language of the youths…
Yo dawg they heard you liked marketing clouds. #emailgeeks
— wd (@wdevlin) February 9, 2018
And celebrated our victories…
TFW you finally solve a code problem and get the email to display how you want it to! Especially when you’re using a new programming language! #emailgeeks #mjml pic.twitter.com/8nbHsqP09b
— Steven Sayo (@Sayo1337) February 8, 2018
We reckoned our T-shirt game was on point…
— Ursula Fox-Koor (@ufoxkoor) February 8, 2018
Then wondered if the children of the 80s beat us to it…
“The email marketing world should be happy. Email’s here to stay, among millennials more than any other age group. ” 🙏💌😍
| https://t.co/ovPxLaScpk | Via @MediaPost #EmailIsKing #LongLiveEmail #EmailMarketing #EmailGeeks pic.twitter.com/MzblNUHdRN
— e-shot™ (@eshot_net) February 6, 2018
We networked hard (has there ever been a more appealing proposal?)…
Any #emailgeeks want to collab on something crazy in email? I currently have 0 ideas, but I’m sure we could come up with something that breaks email as we know it. If you’re in, reply and we’ll build a super team.
— Chris Vasquez (@ClickPop) February 8, 2018
Shared our knowledge (we’re generous like that)…
And pondered life’s great mysteries…
Garfield is a cat and doesn’t have a job. The only ostensible difference between Monday and any other day is that Jon suddenly isn’t around after having been home all weekend. Garfield doesn’t hate Mondays, he loves Jon and is too proud to say it.
— Colley (@JamColley) February 18, 2018
We created new mysteries for future generations to solve (we still don’t get this one, but we like it)…
And, above all, we made sure that the warm fuzzies were flying fast and free, because, isn’t that really why we’re all here?
I’m excited to share my first-ever blog post! I reflected on all the ways that the #emailgeeks community has helped me grow personally and professionally to celebrate my one year Twitter anniversary. https://t.co/UN8N3VBHvF
— Jenn Clauss (@jenn_clauss) January 31, 2018