I’ve noticed a lot of emails from friends or fellow IMers going into spam lately.. even after checking with spamassasin, couldnt figure out why that was happening until I tested my emails with more than just the default checking in my autoresponder.
Here are a few sites you can use to check your emails before you send out your next promo… (more…)
- spam email clogging your day with delete, delete, delete
- Marketers not respecting your unsubscribe wishes
- Unimportant email covering the money/sales emails
- Time wasted reading unimportant junk
- FaceBook and Twitter notifications filling your inBox
- Not being able to deal with email unless it’s on the home computer
Google has caught some of the holiday spirit floating around the world right now, or so it seems. When Google launched Gmail Calling back in August, they offered it up for free for the remainder of 2010. Today, the team announced that “In the spirit of holiday giving and to help people keep in touch in the new year, we?re extending free calling for all of 2011.” This is fantastic news for many loyal fans, and will likely attract brand-new ones, as well.
Dialing a phone number in Gmail works just like a regular phone does. Look for the “Call Phone” icon at the top of your Gmail chat list and dial the number – or enter a contact‘s name. It’s that simple – and it’s going to be free for another entire year.
Are you a fan of Gmail Calling?
Many of us have more than one email account. If you’re like me, you use one for business, and another address entirely for personal stuff. Often, our Inbox becomes so overloaded that we simply cannot keep up. If this is the business side of things, not getting through it all could be disastrous. For this reason, Gmail has introduced a simple way to delegate your email to others. Here’s how… (more…)