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The Rise of Virtual Digital Assistant Usage – Statistics and Trends

Virtual digital assistant is an innovative technology. It assists human beings in perceiving natural language. The core purpose of such systems is to control set of systems for responding to the queries. This includes automation of a company’s customer support service. For example, you can deploy it to respond to the common questions (FAQs) for […]

How Our 3 Beautiful Email Designs Increased our Client’s Sales x2

While you think that email marketing is on the back foot nowadays, we have our own opinion on it. As statistics shows, an average office worker receives about 90 emails per day. This is the most popular and successful methods when it comes to selling your product online. However, to create a catchy email, one […]

How to grow your web design company with Mobiteam

The world of business is changing fast, especially in the web design sector.

In the past, web design companies had to go through long processes, assemble teams, and permanently hire people.
That was not only time-consuming but often created additional financial risk.

3 Easy Steps To Build a Creative Email Template

Let’s face it – it’s 2018, there’s absolutely no reason why building a creative email template for your business needs to be such a pain anymore.

Email marketing used to be completely off limits for small businesses until a couple of years ago. Let’s have a look at how things used to be until not so long ago. You had to go to extreme lengths to find a designer who understood the limitations that email building presents, and was able to provide a good looking template without going too crazy with certain design patterns or elements. Next up, you would have to have a team of developers or hire one. This was not an easy task by any means because you needed to make sure that they know their stuff. Email coding is not to be taken lightly, and cross-client compatibility is not something that’s all that easy to achieve. This would more often than not end up in an almost continuous loop of testing, fixing and updating the same templates.