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Designing for Silence
 

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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    Designing for Silence Designing for Silence Presentation Transcript

    • silence designing for
    • hello
    • posterous
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    • not inbox zero
    • inbox silence
    • silence
    • 4’33”
    • “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
    • noise
    • noise
    • Strive to make noise onlywhen it improves the silence.
    • bac’n
    • How have we gotten here?
    • 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
    • Why are we compelled to keep sending more?
    • silence
    • Bundling
    • Bundling Wisely
    • Highlight Favorites
    • Since You’ve Been Gone
    • bac’n
    • Don’t forgetthe important stuff.
    • Stephanie Hay
    • Don’t beataround the bush.
    • Nail your metadata.
    • 1. App or company name in the From line2. Keep the From line to 20-25 chars.3. Specific subject lines
    • Effective messages are designed messages.
    • Careful with the promos.
    • Feedback, please!spkr8.com/t/6126 Find me on Twitter @whafro