Warren, RI, February 19, 2008—MarketingSherpa Inc., a research firm publishing Case Studies and benchmark guides for marketing professionals, has published a new special report for email marketers on why Apple iPhones are a game-changing electronic device.
“iPhones have ultimately changed how email marketers can tap into the mobile marketplace and target wireless consumers,” said Tad Clarke, Editorial Director of MarketingSherpa. “One of our key findings reinforced what we have been telling our readers -- go out and buy at least an iPhone and BlackBerry to test this radically changing email marketing delivery option.”
Among the highlights found in “iPhones & Email Marketing: 10 Pros & Cons”: • How to capture an iPhone user's attention • Does file size matter • How email marketing messages are rendered • Comparisons to iPhone competitors • How the iPhone connects to networks worldwide
To discover what email marketers need to know about marketing to an iPhone user, MarketingSherpa put an iPhone through a series of tests and consulted with marketing experts who have been using iPhones for several months.
Real-world email marketing Case Studies, the latest market research on email marketing, and presentations from leading email marketers will be presented February 24-26 at MarketingSherpa Email Summit ’08 at the InterContinental Hotel in Miami. FL.
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