Using MJML's <mj-include>

Familiar with MJML? If you are not familiar, then check out my tutorial on coding responsive emails with MJML before you read below. I have praised MJML in the past and I will do it again. I have yet to find a better responsive email framework and cannot even begin to count the numbers of hours that I have saved by using this platform when creating newsletters. The list of reasons why I enjoy using the platform grows with each release, but one reason in particular stands out from the rest and that is “mj-include”. In my personal opinion, I

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Creating Responsive Newsletters with the MJML Email Framework

The process of coding email newsletters sucks! You are forced to use web 1.0 code and have to abide by various platform and device standards. It isn’t a pretty process and definitely a time consuming task, but thankfully, there are groups of programmers who put in a lot of time and effort to create email frameworks that take all of the pain points out of coding an email and make it simple for anyone to take an email from to design to product. For their dedication to helping make everyone's lives easier, I decided to write a post

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Introduction to Web Scraping for Marketers

Over the span of just a few years the digital marketing landscape has evolved into a data-crazed world filled with programmatic marketing products that are aimed at mining data and making bid adjustments based on real time cost-benefit analysis. With the advent of this type of software, businesses have flocked to purchase these solutions in order to reap the exponential lifts that the platforms promise. In some instances these decisions turn out to be a slam dunk, while in other instances the results have zero impact on marketing performance and the marketing teams are forced to develop an in-house solution.

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Connor Phillips

Senior Marketing Analyst

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Connor Phillips is a Senior Marketing Analyst located in New York City. He enjoys digging into data and making data-driven marketing decisions. In his spare time he bartends, works on coding and loves to run.