Living in an "always on" society when we can access emails and the Internet 24 hours a day, marketers are constantly on the hunt for the perfect time to send an email marketing campaign to maximize visibility. Timing does impact the effectiveness of a campaign, and to identify the perfect send time, marketers need to understand and consider a number of inter-related facts. Whilst there can be no guarantee of reaching all subscribers at once, with analysis of the right data marketers can find their own perfect send time....
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