Latest press releases

  • 11 Mar 2016

    Mailjet's MJML Launches: Open Source Markup Language Cuts Coding Complexity from Emails

    Open Source Markup Language Cuts Coding Complexity from Emails

  • 11 Mar 2016

    38% of Marketers Are Missing out on Revenue via Transactional Emails

    Mailjet launches new feature to help drive ROI through transactional emails

  • 17 Jul 2015

    Mailjet Raises $11 Million Series B to Expand Marketing and Transactional Email Deliverability

    Investor Iris Capital Leads Round with Alven Capital and Seventure as Company Reports 75 Percent Annual Customer Growth

  • 28 Jun 2015

    Mailjet Launches Passport, the Easy Way to Create Beautiful Emails

    Design, Send and Optimize Responsive Email Campaigns with Minimal Effort

  • 27 May 2015

    Mailjet integrates with Cloud Elements to streamline API management

    Mailjet partners with Cloud Elements to connect categories of cloud services with one single API.

  • 20 Apr 2015

    Mailjet and Commerce Guys make Drupal email easy

    Mailjet, in partnership with Commerce Guys, announces its latest integration on open-source platform Drupal. The module allows users to easily create, send and track marketing and transactional email without leaving the Drupal platform.

  • 8 Apr 2015

    Mailjet integrates with PrestaShop to provide merchants increased deliverability and ROI insights

    Leading email service provider Mailjet partners with PrestaShop to improve email marketing and revenue generation for online merchants via optimized deliverability and powerful analytics.

  • 13 Jan 2015

    Mailjet Survey Reveals Email Marketing Habits of Top Global Brands

    Mailjet sought to uncover common email marketing trends within companies, and how these may differ internationally by surveying 300 marketing experts across mid-to-large businesses.

  • 31 Oct 2014

    With A/x testing, Mailjet helps marketers compare up to 10 different versions of emails before sendi

    Hot on the heels of Mailjet‘s $3 million funding round back in March and the launch of its New York office, the French startup has introduced some key new features to its email management platform.

  • 5 May 2014

    Mailjet Redefines How E-Marketers and Developers Send Emails With Its Latest Iteration

    Company Pushed Beyond Traditional Email A/B Testing and
    Gives Users the Data they Need to Send Emails that Get Results

  • 24 Mar 2014

    Mailjet raises 3 million dollars and opens an office in New York

    Paris, March 24, 2014 – Mailjet announces today a new capital increase

  • 24 Jan 2014

    Mailjet takes off and nominates Alexis Renard as its new CEO

    Alexis Renard has been nominated CEO of Mailjet. The founder of AchatPro wants to improve Mailjet’s Sales strategy to acquire more key accounts. He will also support the international growth of the company.

  • 18 Dec 2013

    Cost of Email Lost to Spam: 19 Bn Euros Lost in the EU Each Year

    Mailjet, the number one European Email Service Provider, publishes the results of its analysis of the financial cost of poor email deliverability.

  • 29 Nov 2012

    French Startup Mailjet Raises $3,3 million

    Mailjet, the cloud based email platform, has raised $3.3 million from Alven Capital and private investors.

  • 3 Apr 2012

    Mailjet Goes Global And Approaches One Billion Emails

    Mailjet gains traction and expands in Europe and the United States. The platform approaches one billion emails sent and is simultaneously opening some offices in Madrid, Berlin, London and San Francisco.

  • 21 Jun 2011

    Mailjet : the solution to bypass spam filters

    Only four in five emails gets to its destination! Mailjet proposes an affordable and simple solution to ensure that your messages reach their recipients.

  • 26 Jan 2011

    Mailjet delivers your e-mails directly in real time

    Mailjet is a platform that delivers transactional and marketing e-mails from any website in a way that each message reaches its recipient on time. Mailjet offers innovative realtime tools.

  • Featured articles

  • Source: Digital Marketing Magazine

    Marketers Admit 'Coding Gap' Makes Business Less Agile

    More than half (54%) of marketing professionals believe the 'coding gap' between marketing and development teams make their business less agile, according to new research from email service provider Mailjet.

  • Source: Fresh Business Thinking

    Waitrose holds title for strongest Christmas email campaign

    With the holidays fast approaching, annual research from email service provider, Mailjet, has revealed that Waitrose is ahead of other supermarkets in the email campaign stakes as it vies to be consumers’ choice for Christmas dinner this year.

  • Source: Digital Marketing Magazine

    Donald Trumps Hilary's Email Campaign

    As the presidential election race enters the home straight, new research from email service provider, Mailjet, has revealed that Donald Trump's campaign is leading the way in its use of email to engage grassroots donors.

  • Source: netimperative

    Over 55s are prepared to spend £5k on a holiday – even out of season

    Consumers aged 55 and above are now prepared to part with £5k for off peak travel abroad, but travel brands are failing to serve tailored ads on relevant channels to capture this audience.

    The research from email service provider, Mailjet, indicates that ‘The Grey Pound’ – consumers aged 55 and above – is a high spending segment during off peak travel seasons, but travel brands are failing to serve tailored ads on relevant channels to capture this audience.

  • Source: MyCustomer

    Customers 39% more likely to engage with marketing that plays on fear-of-missing-out

    Efforts to alieve their customers' fear of missing out presents marketers with an enormous opportunity for engagement, according to new research.

    Fear-Of-Missing-Out (FOMO) is the worry that others are having more exciting experiences than you are. Characterised by a desire to stay continually connected with what others are doing, it has been compounded by the rise of social media in recent years.

  • Source: ClickZ

    How to audaciously hit it off with consumers through email content

    It’s probably no surprise to most that consumer confidence levels aren’t as high as they probably should be.

    When the GfK Consumer Confidence report was recently released, it revealed that consumer confidence levels had plunged into negative territory, with wider economic sentiment having fallen by 18 points from where it was a year earlier.

  • Source: eMarketer

    UK Internet Users Click on Personalized Emails

    Email marketing automation is most likely to be used by large companies, according to UK senior marketers surveyed by email service provider Mailjet in April 2016. Companies with at least 250 employees were about 69% more likely than their counterparts with fewer than 100 employees to automate email marketing campaigns.

  • Source: Business Reporter

    SMEs unaware of benefits of automated marketing, report finds

    SMEs are unaware of the benefits of automated marketing and are put off by the seemingly high price, according to a report.

  • Source: Digital Strategy Consulting

    Small business 'unaware of benefits of programmatic marketing'- survey

    Half of UK small to medium sized business believe they are being ‘priced out’ of marketing automation, but many are not aware of how the practice could benefit them, according to a new report.

  • Source: InformationAge

    3 reasons why Brexit votes are hinging on the Digital Single Market

    Low awareness of the proposed Digital Single Market benefits could be encouraging some voters to back a Brexit.

  • Source: netimperative

    The Digital Single Market: Why marketers’ referendum vote hinges on awareness

    Josie Scotchmer, UK Marketing Manager, Mailjet explores why low awareness of the Digital Single Market could drive some marketers to back a Brexit and question whether the UK can be a world leader in digital.

  • Source: B2B Marketing

    Brits 63% more likely to open emails with an emoji in subject line :)

    New research from email provider Mailjet reveals British people are 63 per cent more likely to open an email with an emoji accompanying the subject line. In fact, open rates almost doubled when the choice of emoji juxtaposed the tone of the email subject line to indicate sarcasm. In the instance of using a crying emoji to accompany the subject line ‘Do your emails look this good?’ open rates surged by as much as 95 per cent.

  • Source: The Drum

    A third of marketers back the Brexit but more than half have never even heard of the digital single market

    With the Brexit question imminently set to rear its head, marketers are split on whether the UK should remain in the EU.

    Fresh research shows that top industry luminaries on both sides of the fence apparently remain ignorant of the 'digital single market' – the EU’s plan to remove regulatory walls between the 28 member states to enable pan-European initiatives.

    According to a email marketing firm Mailjet, which conducted a study of 278 senior marketers across the UK last month, close to 60 per cent of those questioned had never heard of the scheme.

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    Four Steps to Unlock the Growth Hacking Potential of Email Marketing

    With the rise of growth hacking, we’re getting more and more accustomed to headlines like 'Company X raises $300,000 overnight' and 'How Company Y grew a contact list of 25,000 in a week'.

    For many businesses these stories are inspirational, motivating greater competition with industry leaders. For others, it drives a more scrappy approach to achieving the maximum growth in the shortest time.

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    Best Free Email Templates for Your Email Campaigns

    Despite its seemingly ancient ancestry in the online marketing world, email marketing is still one of the most effective ways to reach an audience, especially if you’ve chosen the right email templates. According to a recent report from Gartner, the benefits of email marketing are numerous: it’s scalable, encourages brand engagement, and most importantly for small businesses, it’s cost-effective.

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    Marketers shouldn’t play it safe and rule out using colourful language

    New research released today has found that Brits are almost 30% more likely to open an email if the subject line includes a swear word.

    However, while British people appeared responsive to cheeky marketing emails, the same cannot be said for American recipients.

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    70% of Brits don't think email is a potential cyber-threat

    Over two thirds (69 percent) of British respondents to a recent survey are unaware that they could be vulnerable to cyber-attack simply by opening an email. Almost half admit that they open non-work related or personal emails while at work.

    An approach such as this means they are “misunderstanding the fundamentals of computer safety,” according to Mailjet.

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    Does oversharing apply to email?

    Some might say we live in a world of oversharing. You can find just about anything on your social feed, from what your friend ate for lunch, to a video of a squirrel getting drunk on fermented pumpkin. We share content frequently because we’re positively reinforced with “favourites”, “likes” or new followers. It becomes a lifestyle.

    But does this trend carry over to email marketing? We took a look at what social sharing looks like in email and how effective it really is.

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    Opinion The volume of small businesses is at a record high, but how will they survive in a Google-dominated world?

    The government announced that the number of private sector businesses in the UK has reached a record 5.4 million, but what’s it like for these businesses trying to compete with Goliath global organisations’ deep pockets and large support teams?

  • Source: Business 2 Community

    How Real Life Ecommerce Marketers Win This Holiday Season

    You just packed away your sunscreen and beach chair yesterday and already are bombarded with the Pumpkin Spice Lattes and Halloween decorations everywhere you turn. Hate to break it to you, but the holidays are just around the corner.

  • Source: WeWork Magazine

    Why your emails aren't hitting the inbox

    Ever enter a store where you ask the sales rep about a product and they don’t respond? Hopefully not! And if that has happened before, it probably didn’t make for a very memorable experience.

  • Source: Wired Insights

    Ignoring Email Growth Hacks? Big Mistake

    There’s a bagel place down the street from our office that we love going to. Now, in New York City you can easily find a bagel shop every two blocks, so why are we so attached to this bagel place?

  • Source: MarketingProfs

    Five deadly email platform migration mistakes to avoid

    Good news: your company's email list had a recent growth spurt. You're sending more email than ever—to a larger audience—and with all that growth it's time to consider a new email service provider (ESP).

  • Source: TechRadar Pro

    Forget IM: why email is still the ultimate form of online communication

    Young people don't use email. Everyone hates their never-ending inbox. The likes of WhatsApp, Twitter and SnapChat are gaining in popularity. But does all that really mean that email is dead?

  • Source: TechRadar Pro

    5 tech tips every email marketer should know

    Marketers amaze me. Every day, I marvel at the creativity and linguistic verve on show in the messages sent by our thousands of customers. But one of my biggest challenges is convincing them that database fields are as crucial to email as an engaging catch phrase.

  • Source: WeWork Magazine

    How the Mailjet team maintain's their "hustle" as they scale their global business

    It’s lunchtime, and I’m just finishing up a HipChat call, wishing a co-worker good night. Our headquarters are in France, and I’m based out of New York, one of our six “satellite” offices. At Mailjet, our co-founders Julien Tartarin and Wilfried Durand made it a priority to be global from the start.

  • Source: The Next Web

    With A/x testing, Mailjet helps marketers compare up to 10 different versions of emails before sending

    Hot on the heels of Mailjet‘s $3 million funding round back in March and the launch of its New York office, the French startup has introduced some key new features to its email management platform.

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    Mailjet raises $3.3 million from Alven Capital and others for its cloud-based emailing platform

    Mailjet, a Paris, France-based provider of a cloud email platform, has secured $3.3 million in funding from venture capital firm Alven Capital and private investors Laurent Asscher and eFounders.

  • Source: Techcrunch

    Scrappy Cloud-Hosted Emailer Mailjet Raises $3.3 Million

    Cloud emailing service Mailjet (...) has raised $3.3 million from Alven Capital and private investors.

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