2014 Top 100 Emails - Campaign Monitor

We sent one of the top 100 emails of 2014!

One of the things we love most about this job is talking to you, our customers. We’re on the Twitters and Facebooks, but we also love making and designing the occasional email newsletter for our one million subscribers. Apparently we’re doing something right, too, because our newsletter service, Campaign Monitor, just announced that we sent one of the Top 100 Emails of 2014!

To be specific, our Heartbleed newsletter was quite popular, hopefully because we helped explain what was going on and, of course, whether 1Password was affected (spoiler: it wasn’t). If you scroll to the bottom of our entry there, you’ll see Campaign Monitor gave us good marks for knowing how to balance our design and message, as well as founder (and Chief Newsletter Writer) Dave Teare’s personal touch.

We send just a handful of newsletters per year. Sometimes we even include goodies, such as a free copy of The Email Field Guide by David Sparks in our Thanksgiving newsletter last month.

In fact, Dave’s preparing our Christmas newsletter as you read this, and I hear it will include a gift. If you have yet to experience an AgileBits newsletter, right now is, quite literally, the perfect time to subscribe and get a party in your inbox!

Thanks to Campaign Monitor for the kind words, and thanks to everyone for subscribing!

4 replies
  1. Ron Quinio
    Ron Quinio says:

    Hi,

    I tried using the new template for Passport and it appears to have some bugs. I cannot enter the correct date in any of the date fields. It always display one day earlier than the actual date I entered.

    Kindly look into it. It’s was a very frustrating experience.

    Thanks.
    Ron Quinio

    Reply
    • megsobrien
      megsobrien says:

      Hi Ron,

      Thanks so much for bringing this to our attention! Our developers are working to fix the bug related to passport dates – I’m so sorry that it’s causing you frustration. For now, I would suggest adding the necessary dates as custom fields (or in a note) below the default fields to avoid this.

      If there is anything else that you notice about 1Password that isn’t playing nicely, please do let us know – we’re here to help!

      Cheers,

      Megan O’Brien
      Level 60 Support Sorceress at AgileBits
      guides.agilebits.com

  2. Ros Hodgekiss
    Ros Hodgekiss says:

    Thank you so much for giving the Top 100 Email Campaigns a shout-out, it was a very well-deserved honor to be given indeed! Myself and my colleagues at Campaign Monitor are really grateful to have amazing customers like Agile Bits sending with us – for one, it sure makes our selection process that much more pleasing to do each year :) Thanks again and see you in our inboxes!

    Cheers,
    Ros, Campaign Monitor

    Reply
    • megsobrien
      megsobrien says:

      Hi Ros,

      Thanks for providing us with a great way to get in touch with our users!

      All the best in the new year,

      Megan O’Brien
      Level 60 Support Sorceress at AgileBits
      guides.agilebits.com

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