Do you have the knowledge to be the top email marketer? How much understanding do you have about the technical aspects of emails? Take our Email Marketing Challenge and find out!
January 4th is National Trivia Day. And although we are a bit late to the party we decided to celebrate by launching our first Email Quiz, to test your wit and experience. Now, technically trivia is defined as a “details of little importance or value”, but our quiz has quite a bit of useful pieces of information that are mandatory if you want to send successful email campaigns.
There are 13 questions in total. Once you complete the quiz we’ll drop you an email with your results and some tips and tricks to take your email marketing to the next level. So, are you ready to pick up the glove?
Question 1 of 13
How big message + attachment is accepted in Gmail?
What ESP means?
Email Service Provider
Electronic Sending Process
Email Submission Process
Email System Provider
Which of these subject lines would perform best, according to you?
Hi Kate! Get 60% off.
Take part in a lottery to win a car
Exclusive interviews,reports, and videos
In which field can you find a respond email address?
What CTR stands for?
Call to response
Cost, Time and Resource
Customer To Review
Which ESP is Canadian based?
Which mailbox providers are part of the Verizon Media group?
Comcast and Yahoo
Amazon and AOL
Zoho and Comcast
Yahoo and AOL
Temporary Email Mailbox Provider
Email Template Creator
In order to receive an email from a web mailbox to your computer, you need to connect to which server?
Which DNS record allows you to display your brand logo in email clients as thumbnail?
When email is rejected by recipient server, we say it was:
What is the important factor that can make people unsubscribe from your list?
Too many emails
Looks like spam
All of the above
What is email spoofing?
It’s a form of testing the email before it will be sent to contacts
It’s the creation of email messages with a forged sender address
It’s sending an email message via traditional post (snail mail)
It’s poisoning an email mailing list with invalid email addresses