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Who we clicked with at the CMA

Who we clicked with at the CMA

Top 10 takeaways from CMA Next: 2010

It was two days of learning and insight from leaders in the marketing biz and The eMail Guide team was there to cover it all! We’re working day and night to get the tons of video we shot completed and posted and you’ll be seeing it shortly. While you wait for that, we wanted to share some great photos from the conference!

Flickr photo page!

While at the convention, we offered people the opportunity to either have their say with a video or to have us take a photo of the to use on Twitter, Facebook or anywhere they like. Below are the photos for you to claim! Enjoy!

Grab your photo from Flickr!

  • Profile:  Jeff Ginsberg has 17+ years’ experience and is an industry known authority on email marketing who gets in the trenches with clients and helps them fulfill their marketing objectives, increase revenue and brand engagement. Clients rely on him and his team at The eMail Company to provide them with expertise from strategy to technology and from campaign management to channel integration. Jeff has worked with clients across all spectrums in the financial, automotive, retail and consumer packaged goods space. His experience covers both B2B and B2C markets. He has a strong background in educating and training agencies and clients about email best practices and is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to marketing tools and vendor selection. While Jeff’s team may be small, they know how to solve BIG email marketing problems. Looking for help with your next campaign? Don’t be afraid to give him a call – Jeff and his team ready to help you today. Give me a call: Toll Free: 877-We-eMail (877-933-6245) Local: 416-225-7711 eMail: jeff@theemailcompany.com
  • Website:  http://www.theemailguide.com
  • Twitter:   http://www.twitter.com/theemailguide
  • LinkedIn:   http://ca.linkedin.com/in/chiefemailofficer
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  1. What a great conference everything was fun and a great experience. The panels needed to be a bit more personal and engaging but the new format is working. Just needs some tweaks!

    • I agree Fil. The new format is a winner but, as you state, there are bugs to iron out. The transitions can be smoother and just a couple more breaks. I’d rather exchange views and learn from others in the hallway than sit through a panel discussion. In fact, I’d rather stick needles in my eyes than sit through a panel discussion.

      My impression is that the CDA team really wants the feedback and suggestions from membership on the new direction which is certainly great for all of us! Next one should be kickin!


      Jim Ducharme
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