Does the use of Unicode symbols in emails improve the success of email marketing campaigns?
tganley 13 weeks ago
One piece of advice I heard recently was to use Unicode symbols (examples: http://copypastecharacter.com/) for email marketing campaigns to make the emails stand out and get noticed. Has anyone tried this, and if so, have you noticed a difference in the campaign, for better or worse?
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