Tink Taylor takes a look at how your website landing page can help increase customer engagement and drive more sales through your site.
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Tink is founder and president of dotmailer & dotdigital Group PLC, founded in 1999, with 20 years experience with digital communications. Serving as a member of the UK Direct Marketing Association’s Email Marketing Council and the Internet Advertising Bureau, Tink has judged the email, mobile and agency categories at the UK DMA’s awards for over half a decade. In 2014, Taylor was elected as Advisory Committee Member of the Board of the US Direct Marketing Association’s Email Experience Council. Tink first launched dotmailer in the US at the end of 2012 and later took dotmailer to APAC in 2015.
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