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A bounced email is an email that is returned to the sender because it cannot be delivered. And these are emails that bounce back for a variety of reasons. As a personal individual emailer, we’ve all received these kinds of messages where you send a message and it comes back. Maybe the email address no longer exists or it’s no longer valid, or you missed a keystroke, or there’s an attachment issue. But in any case, the email bounces back, and that’s called a bounced email.Back to Top
Eric Stoller is a Higher Education Strategic Communications Consultant and Blogger at Inside Higher Ed. With a background in student affairs, academic advising, wellness, technology, and communications, Eric educates clients and audiences on digital identity development. As a blogger, he generates conversations, answers questions, and provides insight about a variety of tech topics, including Social Media Strategies and Email Marketing.
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ABOUT THIS DIGITAL MARKETING MODULE
The Email Marketing Strategy module will introduce the key concepts of email marketing and enable you to develop the knowledge and skills to build highly effective email campaigns. You will learn how to think like an email marketer and recognize that your subscriber list growth and quality is a key metric for the success of your campaign. Finally, you will recognize the role of various email delivery techniques as well as the importance of balancing frequency and volume of email sends.