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Getting the Perfect Shot with BOTE Boards

Life in Destin, Florida is a little slower. But the ambling pace of smaller-town life hasn’t hindered husband and wife Corey and Magda Cooper, who co-founded BOTE Paddle Boards.

When they first tried paddling nearly a decade ago, Magda, who grew up swimming, and Corey, who loves fishing, skiing, and anything to do with water, loved it. That is, everything but the products, which were like big, unstable surfboards. They knew they could make something better—and better-looking—that fit their intrepid lifestyle.

Competing with the World Cup for Subscribers’ Attention

The 2014 World Cup is underway, and chances are you’ve watched a game or two or ten. (Maybe the insane Germany/Brazil match yesterday?) At the very least, you’ve heard someone shouting “Goooooooalllll!!!!” in an adjacent room. With an event this big, the world pays attention. And that means the world isn’t paying attention to other things. Like calories, data …

Subject Line Data: Choose Your Words Wisely

Most people quickly scan the subject lines in their inbox before deciding which messages are worth their time and attention. With so much pressure on the subject line to entice the potential reader, we thought it would be interesting to see how much of a difference a single word can make in a campaign’s open …

Detecting Click Clusters in Your Data Using Spreadsheet Math

Most of us call our own shots when it comes to segmenting email lists. We tell the computer what to do. We decide that it’s gender and age that matter, and we submit that query—segment my list into old dudes and young ‘uns. Or maybe it’s domain that matters. Or subscription date. Or something else. …

The New Revenue Chart

Success is about more than just your email open rate. New MailChimp feature charts your campaign revenue over time, highlights top performing campaigns by revenue.