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5 Benefits of AMP Email for E-commerce

Over the past decade, the evolvement of SEO, social media, and mobile have been tremendous. But despite all the hype given to emerging technology innovations, email remains one of the most effective and reliable tools for e-commerce businesses to communicate with the clients and customers.

Nataliia Matsyk
6 min read
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Well, This Is Awkward — Dealing With A Sudden Blacklisting

“This sucks. Blacklists suck. What is going on over at Barracuda? What did I do? This isn’t right!” – Senders and ESPs everywhere this past week.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
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Snack Delivery Machine — Part 2, The Electronics And Tech

Before we get technical, if you haven’t read our previous post about our wonderous snack machine, pop over and check that out first! We bought an off-the-shelf snack dispenser and turned it into a robot, but now it’s time to give it some brains. And by brains, we mean a raspberry pi.

Sean Johnson
4 min read
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Snack Delivery Machine — Part 1, The Mechanics

Hacking on hardware is always fun, and it’s been a while since we’ve created something! In this brief series of blog posts, we are going to make an email controlled snack machine using a dry-food dispenser, a Raspberry Pi, a pair of stepper motors, and a little bit of 3D printing.

Sean Johnson
4 min read
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Email’s Not Dead – Mailgun’s New Podcast

Whenever someone says that they think email is on its way out, we always like asking them if they’ve checked their inbox in the past day. Nine times out of ten they have, so what’s the deal? Email has become so second nature that they forget how often they check it. By no means does that mean email is on its way out. In fact, we’d argue that it means email thriving more than ever.

Thomas Knierien
3 min read
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Mailgun now supports AMP for Email

Chances are you’ve probably heard about Google bringing Accelerated Mobile pages (AMP) support for Gmail. AMP gives digital marketers and email senders the ability to create dynamic and actionable emails for their recipients.

Chris Farmer
3 min read
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Support Around The Clock — Solving For A 24/7 Support Model

Email issues don’t wait for you to be ready for them; they just happen sometimes. To ensure we’re providing prompt support whenever it’s needed, we have 24/7 coverage to address any urgent issues that arise.

Ben Jeffery
5 min read
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Responsive Email Templates You Can Get Creative With

We’ve been rolling out a ton of new features these past few weeks, and the rollout keeps coming with our new email templates! This latest addition allows you to add, edit, and store your email templates within Mailgun so you don’t have to go digging into code the next time you need to make a minor change. And it’s available now within our new UI.

Chris Farmer
5 min read
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Bulk Validations — Accurate And Fast AF

Cleaning an old email list is one of those must needed chores that nobody really wants to do. You have to do it, but you push it back because other priorities pop up.

Alan Erwin
7 min read
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Opening The Envelope On Mailgun’s New UI

You’re always looking for ways to do your work more efficiently, whether that means faster troubleshooting or simple tools that help you achieve results more easily.

Chris Farmer
7 min read
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Announcing Strategic Growth Investment From Thoma Bravo

Today, we are excited to announce that Thoma Bravo has acquired a majority stake in Mailgun, with Turn/River retaining a minority position. We’re thrilled about what this strategic growth investment means for our customers and the platform in general.

William Conway
3 min read
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Better Validations For Better Sending

Once upon a time, and by “a time” we mean a few years ago, companies sent emails to their contacts and customers somewhat blindly. To a large extent, they didn’t know if the addresses they had in their databases or forms were correct in syntax or one-time-use email addresses or distribution lists that go to 20 different people. All of which could adversely impact their sending domain’s reputation — essentially, it was chaos.

Michael Kane
5 min read

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