How Spotify’s Preference Center is Good for Customers and Great for Marketing

For as long as email has existed, common wisdom has held that the bigger the email list, the better. While some businesses might be happy with a list of 1,000, others say that 100,000 isn’t enough. Another way to look at email lists, though, is to consider quality over quantity. If everyone on your list

How to Build a Parental Leave Policy as a Startup

As a company, we have always had strong convictions when it comes to supporting our team and ensuring their success. Parental leave was one of those ways we could support our growing team through a huge transitional period in their lives. We specifically chose to have a universal Parental Leave Policy, instead of separate maternity

Implementing Employee Feedback Surveys at a Startup

A few months ago, I attended a workshop on how organizations should use employee feedback as fuel, presented by Shelley Osborne, head of Learning and Development at Udemy. Shelley talked about how doing so is essential to growth and development, not a nice add-on. Without feedback, Human Resources (HR) can’t know how to help grow

Announcing Sendwithus Pricing Updates

Today we’re announcing changes to Sendwithus Trial and Lite pricing plans, which will take effect on December 1, 2018. Update: Sendwithus Lite is now called Sendwithus Basic and Sendwithus Enterprise is now known as Sendwithus Premium.  Our goal has always been simple pricing that grows with our customers and we’re continuing that tradition with our

Work Better Together — Dyspatch and Mailgun

This guest post comes from our friends at Mailgun, the email service built by and for developers. Mailgun integrates beautifully with Dyspatch, empowering seamless collaboration between developers and marketers on transactional email. — There is a fine line between working together and working against each other. When it comes to email, ensuring your teams have