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Designing for Silence
Designing for Silence
Designing for Silence
Designing for Silence
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Designing for Silence

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Our products send loads of email messages these days. We can send fewer AND increase engagement. …

Our products send loads of email messages these days. We can send fewer AND increase engagement.

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  • 1. silence designing for
  • 2. hello
  • 3. posterous
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  • 5. not inbox zero
  • 6. inbox silence
  • 7. silence
  • 8. 4’33”
  • 9. “The pause – that impressive silence, that eloquent silence, that geometrically progressive silence, which often achieves a desired effect where no combination of words, howsoever felicitous, could accomplish it.” – Mark Twain
  • 10. noise
  • 11. noise
  • 12. Strive to make noise onlywhen it improves the silence.
  • 13. bac’n
  • 14. How have we gotten here?
  • 15. Confirm private info Login on the website Click a link in the emailFind the notification in the email Open the email Read the subject line Notify the user
  • 16. Why are we compelled to keep sending more?
  • 17. silence
  • 18. Bundling
  • 19. Bundling Wisely
  • 20. Highlight Favorites
  • 21. Since You’ve Been Gone
  • 22. bac’n
  • 23. Don’t forgetthe important stuff.
  • 24. Stephanie Hay
  • 25. Don’t beataround the bush.
  • 26. Nail your metadata.
  • 27. 1. App or company name in the From line2. Keep the From line to 20-25 chars.3. Specific subject lines
  • 28. Effective messages are designed messages.
  • 29. Careful with the promos.
  • 30. Feedback, please!spkr8.com/t/6126 Find me on Twitter @whafro

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