Double opt-in is a system for adding newly acquired contacts to an e-mail list, we can have such a list in the system.It involves collecting an email address via a registration form and sending a confirmation email to that address to verify contact information before adding it to the list.Unlike the single consent system, where subscribers provide their e-mail address in the registration form and are immediately added to the e-mail list, the double consent system gives the possibility to check whether the given contact has knowingly registered, limiting the operation of bots.What are the benefits of double opt-in?The great advantage of using double consent is building a specific, real and conscious database of contacts.Since subscribers have to confirm, you know that the people on your list really wanted to sign up. This should significantly affect the statistics of openings, clicks and engagement of these contacts.A large number of spam reports and low message opening statistics signi
Did you know that KFC on Christmas Eve is a must have in Japan? 🎄🍗In Japan, they used to eat Karaage chicken on Christmas Eve, which was very similar in taste to KFC chicken. KFC managers used a great marketing ploy which resulted in them releasing festive buckets of Kentucky chicken on Christmas Eve. Every year, a costumed Lieutenant Sanders dressed as Father Christmas stands in front of each restaurant and Japanese people queue up outside the restaurant to get their bucket. In the Land of the Cherry Blossom, there is a marketing slogan "Christmas is Kentucky".
There are many legends surrounding the tradition of Christmas stockings. One tells of Santa Claus giving a gift to the poor in the form of gold coins, which he imperceptibly tucked into their washed stockings hung by the fireplace. It is said that in the 12th century in Francia, nuns visited the poor, offering them socks full of nuts and fruit (mainly mandarins).Today, the tradition is popular in the UK and the USA. On 24 December, children hang the socks on the mantelpiece or by their beds hoping to find presents in them. In exchange for Christmas trinkets, they often leave cookies for Santa and carrots for the reindeer.
Celebrating Christmas is a fun, memorable occasion that’s usually spent with friends and family, and is full of fun gift giving. But the reality is, after many years of celebrating Christmas and giving gifts to the same friends/family, it’s difficult to come up with something new. It seems that you already came up with all possible gift ideas at some point.How do you deal with this kind of pleasant “issues? :)
As we all now the Black Friday is approaching. Reject it or not, all of us is going to search through our favourite shops looking for a bargain 🎁Do you have any tricks or tips for getting the dream product with a great discount?Or maybe you would rather avoid this sale occassion and head shopping other time?Please share your thoughts 💡P.S. Have you heard that Żabka released black hot dog especially for this occassion?
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