DO NOT EMAIL | DEAD INSIDE
After the release of both a trailer and poster for the AMC prequel series, "Fear the Walking Dead," it's been an eventful summer for zombie fans. The prequel to the similarly-named hit series "The Walking Dead" premieres in August and covers the onset of the plague that has turned half of humanity into flesh-hungry corpses.
Personally, I'm a fan of the original The Walking Dead series, but even if zombies of the gory, man-eating, emotionally grueling sort aren't up your alley, I bet you've dealt with a totally different type of zombie. You've probably come across them at least once daily, if not more.
This is the type of zombie that pops up in your inbox unabated, groaning out its mindless, numbing, impersonal message. I'm talking about the dreaded, indestructible zombie email.
They're repetitive, they're relentless, they'll eat your brains and worst of all, they won't get your marketing message across. And, like any zombie epidemic — they could happen to you. That's why the brave soldiers at Mailify put together a foolproof zombie-email-survival-plan in the form of a nifty infographic that I felt it was my civic duty to share with you all.
You can click here to check it out, or just keep scrolling.
"Recently there has been a dramatic rise in email zombies roaming around in readers’ inboxes," Eric Krattenstein, CMO of Mailify warns, "They are void of any intelligence, impersonal and sometimes dangerous. Email zombies spring up out of nowhere and pile high in your inboxes, causing them to become inhospitable wastelands. Don’t succumb to the virus!"
With classic zombie survival tactics from planning, to rationing, to choosing your weapon, this guide will help you come out the other side of the email zombie apocalypse a badass marketing survivor with an arsenal of winning emails under your belt.
Good luck, friend.