As Gmail rolls out the multi-send and layouts features, we list out the benefits and limitations of their first native mail merge tool.
Want to use more than one email address within the same Gmail account? You can do this (and more) thanks to the Gmail aliases. Here’s everything you need to know about this feature and how to use it.
Need a quick way to resend an email? Sometimes you are not sure the email reached the inbox. Some other times you just wished to poke up in your contact’s inbox to get an answer.
Whether you’re chasing leads, applying to gigs, or cold prospecting. Here are 3 Gmail follow-up tricks I use to skyrocket response rates and save time — so you can get back to what you’d rather be doing.
Every day, millions of people connect to Gmail for work and hobbies. Below are 9 tips to help you get the most of it and impress your coworkers:
Sometimes, you want to send an email but that would be better if the recipient replies to another email address. That’s exactly what a “Reply-To” does.
When your company grows, it’s getting harder and harder to keep a clean list of all your employees’ email addresses. Thankfully, Google Workspace has a few tips to help you along the way.
You don’t have to use a complex and costly emailing platform to send email newsletters, it’s possible to create professional-looking newsletters using Gmail.
Are you still using your @hotmail.com email address? It’s 2023. You should learn how to create a professional email address. It will make your emails more serious and improve their deliverability. And good news, it costs the same price than a monthly coffee at Starbucks (~$6/month).
If you’re here chances are you want to send mass emails in Gmail. In this post, I’ll walk you through how to do this with Gmail out of the box—then show you how to use a Gmail extension to track opens, replies, and personalize emails to each of your recipients.
The best marketing team are well known for fine-tuning their emails a lot. Their emails looks perfect when you receive one of them. But what you might not know, it’s that they literally have tested every single word in the email.