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We are gadget obsessed. It’s the truth. Many people have a smartphone, tablet, lap top and/or PC. It’s become something of which email marketers must be aware. How your email campaigns will appear varies from device to device. Well, gone are the days of burdening everyone in your office with a different device with test emails.

That’s right. Benchmark now offers the Inbox Checker. This powerful tool will check your email campaigns across multiple devices ... and it couldn’t be easier to use! The Inbox Checker is a paid add-on service. It’s $14.00 for 100 tests. Though it is an additional service, Benchmark’s industry low price points still let you do big marketing on a modest budget.

Presto change-o! The Tricks of the Trade Show series is full of magic words to help turn your trade show presence into the belle of the ball. You can’t make your trade show successful with the wave of a magic wand, but winning a brand new Nexus 7 tablet might help! Retweet any post in Tricks of the Trade Show to be entered to win. You must follow @BenchmarkEmail on Twitter to be eligible to win.
Ask Andy is Back ... to the Future! While the video may only be an ode to Marty McFly and Doc Brown, A/B Testing does allow you a peek into your future. You can see how your subscribers are likely to react to your email campaigns. Find out how when Dennis L. asks, “how can I use something like A/B Testing for my retail business?”

Watch: Ask Andy on A/B Testing.
Give your Benchmark emails a one-up. Install the Benchmark Power Plugin and your Benchmark account will be stronger than ever. With the Benchmark Power Plugin, you can improve the look of your email campaigns. It gives you the ability to grab images from anywhere on the web. Stand apart from the stock images everyone else uses.

The Benchmark Power Plugin is available for free with every Benchmark account!

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