Email Design Awards

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Great email design engages readers, builds strong brand relationships and generates real results for senders, increasing return from their email campaigns.

Sign-Up.to are looking for the world’s best examples of email design, to inspire and inform email marketers around the world.

To aid this search they have launched their 2011 email design competition to showcase and reward the very best email designs. The winning design, chosen by public vote, will win an iPad 2.

“In these competitive times, great email design is a highly effective way for organisations to stand out from the crowd and develop loyalty with their customers. Great design isn’t just about looks though, it’s about quality, engaging content that resonates with the reader.” said Sign-Up.to’s CEO Matt McNeill.

“Creating great emails takes effort and inspiration, so we’ve launched this competition to help inspire email marketers around the world by showcasing the best examples we can find.”

Email designers and their clients can enter any campaign they’ve created in 2011.

Entries are open until 25th July 2011, a shortlist of 10 campaigns will then be produced and put to a public vote to decide the winner. The entry process, full details and terms and conditions of entry are available at http://www.signup-onlinemarketing.co.uk/competition/

 

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emailexpert is published by Andrew Bonar, the founder of the company Deliverability which is incorporated in Australia, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Deliverability has included Dotmailer, GetResponse, outreach.io, SendLane and other ESPs as clients. Having launched his first website in 1990, he went on to become the co-founder of @POBox UK in 1993, a free email address provider, possibly the first in the world. Thereafter launching Cheapnet which became the longest running privately owned ISP in Europe before launching the first privately owned online payment gateway in the UK: Ebanx. Andrew has consulted to some of the worlds biggest senders including Amazon, Mondelez and Nestle. 2012 in his role as Global Deliverability Director at Emailvision was the first time he oversaw the delivery of more than 100 Biillion messages in a single year. Since that time he has provisioned consultancy or performed leadership roles at some of Australia's most successful tech companies. Including Campaign Monitor, Freelancer.com and Kogan. With 21+ years of industry experience, Andrew is widely recognised as a leader in the field of message sending, deliverability and compliance. He currently resides in the Harbour City of Sydney and continues to serve as an independent consultant at organisations throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the US.