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They don’t make a GPS that shows you the best way to getting the most return on your investments. However, there is a blog series that’ll do just that. That’s right! En Route to ROIwill be your roadmap to getting the biggest bang for your buck. We’ve got a great crew of bloggers to be your guide to the ROI galaxy. Follow along.

It wouldn’t be a Benchmark Blog Series without a giveaway. There’s even more than one prize! First place will take home an $100 Amazon gift card. Two runners-up will win $50 Amazon gift cards. To be entered, retweet any post in our En Route to ROI series. Please note, you must follow @BenchmarkEmail on Twitter to be eligible to win. Good luck!

We just had one of the most fun episodes of the Heart of Business yet. That’s because 2/3 of the guests were my Benchmark coworkers. The rest of the world knows them as Anything Box, we know them here as Paul and Claude. Find out how the band got to where they were and how they have endured through until today. Plus, see how they’ve managed to continue their art, even though all three members have full-time jobs these days.

Listen along to Thinking Outside the Anything Box.
We love seeing all the creative ways our users put Benchmark to good use. That’s why we created our Emails That Do Work series to showcase them. Not only are they on display, but Madison tells you why each email campaign is a success. Get design tips, find out what kind of images to use and more.

Check out July's Emails That Do Work.
The highlight of our En Route to ROI series will be our 40:1 Email Marketing Live Event. Join us live as we tell you how to use email marketing properly, in order to gain the largest ROI possible. Daniel Miller and Andy Shore will host the event, and give you the opportunity to ask questions to us live. In fact, ask a question and be entered to win an iPad!

Register for 40:1 today!

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