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iHub By Mugethi Gitau / October 17, 2013

The Social inbox with Everlytic: Commercial email in a multi-channel environment

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The Social inbox: Commercial email in a multi-channel environment

Everlytic will be touching down in Nairobi to chat about commercial email in a multi-channel environment – how you can use email and social in a drive to digital marketing glory. We’d love you to join us at the iHub on Thursday, 31st October 2013 from 2pm to 5pm  as we talk about strategies for integrating Email, Mobile and Social

About The Social Inbox workshop
The explosion of mobile devices and social channels is impacting the effectiveness of digital
communication.
A case for email and social will be presented and delegates will be shown how to integrate their email campaigns on social media platforms. Everlytic will demonstrate how to create email subscription forms on a Facebook iframe tab and simultaneously share their campaigns on Facebook, LinkedIn and twitter when deploying campaigns.

About Everlytic
Everlytic is a web based communication platform for email, mobile and social. Every day, hundreds of top brands use Everlytic to send millions of emails to their customers and readers. With Everlytic you can compose beautiful newsletters and share them effortlessly via email and social, including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. You can also send bulk SMS messages from the platform making it a truly integrated digital messaging platform.

Sign up for the Social Inbox workshop here. (20 slots available)

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Author : Mugethi Gitau

Mugethi Gitau is an all round creative. A techie by training, she is into all things design - Graphics, fashion, interiors. A writer of fiction and a poet, and tech/gadget blogger on hergeekyness.com. Mugethi has a rich mix of experience ranging from training, community development and advocacy, research and design. A people's person, she enjoys linking the iHub Tech Community with each other, investors/corporates, academics and other stakeholders. She has a dream that one day, Kenyan techies will innovate their own computers and mobile devices and people all over the world will buy them. And use them.


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