Email Marketing Blog Roundup: Miscellanea, Marketing in Maine, and Minorities

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An inconsistent week of posts in the email marketing blog world this week, meaning a lack of highlights that can be easily be grouped together. However, that doesn’t mean that there weren’t plenty of useful, interesting, and amusing subjects discussed:

In what has become a regular note about goings-on in the good ol’ US of A, one of the more discussed items this week has been the recent news that the state of Maine has introduced legislation prohibiting the collection of information from under-18s without parental consent… which was promptly reversed after practically everyone pointed out how badly written it was.

Special mention this week to to a post by the always-excellent Mark Brownlow (of Email Marketing Reports fame) Beware the wisdom of the minority, where he discusses some subtle ways that raw stats and vocal minorities can be misleading.

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