Overloaded by a sea of never-ending emails flooding your Gmail inbox? Fed up with sorting through the chaos to find those crucial messages that demand your attention? Fear not; Gmail rules are here to save your day and bring some much-needed organization to your inbox.
You’ve seen other companies send messages from a no-reply email address? And now you want to do the same? Here’s everything you need to know about do-not-reply emails and how to use them.
Docs, Sheets, Agenda, Meet, Drive… Does these names sound familiar to you? They all have one thing in common. And that thing is Google Workspace.
Newsletters are a great medium. But if you want to reap the rewards of your email marketing efforts, you need to stand out from the competition. And the best way to do that? Is to learn from the best.
Depending on who you are emailing — a potential client, employer, or someone you don’t know. The way you start your email is crucial, not only to get your email read but also to make the right impression.
Email marketing is still one of the highest return-on-investment marketing channels with a reported return of $36 for every $1 spent.
You may be setting up your Gmail SMTP settings on your new computer’s Outlook or Thunderbird, maybe using a mailing app on your iPhone, or you want to configure access to Gmail SMTP servers to manage emails for your business website.
Want to attach files to your email? So that you can provide more value to your recipients? And share all sorts of documents with your friends, family and colleagues? In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to write an email with attachments.
Suppose you are on vacation with your friends and family, enjoying at the fullest, but suddenly you realise that you haven’t sent out-of-office emails/messages to your teammates, clients or customers. This can spoil all the fun of your happy vacations on the spot, as this can lead to unprofessional behaviour and can harm your trustworthiness.
Trying to keep your online activities private and secure? Do you want to send emails without revealing your identity or exposing your data to prying eyes? This one is for you. Our guide on anonymous emails services will equip you with the knowledge and tools needed for complete anonymity while using email.
Want to stand out in your recipients’ inbox? So that you can get more opens? And more click? In this guide, we’ll show you how to create stellar email subject lines.
Want to create a group email in Outlook? Microsoft gives you (at least) 3 different ways to do that. In quick guide, we’ll show you how to email multiple recipients at once from your Outlook account.