• Improve With Simple Innovations

    “By deploying content that renders at the time of open, applying device detection, and using in-email ad sales, you can improve email campaign performance and catalyze innovation in other interactive channels.”

    Forrester Research - August 8th, 2012

  • Michael Nutt of Movable Ink is helping make e-mail more current

    “Now, he's in New York City as the co-founder of a company that does work with some big-name businesses: Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, American Eagle Outfitters and Verizon, among them. But years ago, Michael Nutt was living in Huntsville, dreaming of the day he could capitalize on his lifelong interest in computers.”

    The Huntsville Times - August 7th, 2012

  • 10 Email Extras You Should Be Using for Increased Productivity

    “MovableInk lets users make the most of their messages by including personalized live, moving aspects. Business clients can include countdown timers, local maps and live tweets. Email content will change depending on the user's location, current time and social context.”

    Mashable - August 2nd, 2012

  • Consumer Email Behavior: Using Images in Email Marketing

    “Vendors such as Movable Ink provide an easy-to-use technology that is ESP-agnostic to insert dynamic images that can change and expire content after the email has been sent.”

    ClickZ - July 30th, 2012

  • Jordan Cohen Joins Movable Ink

    “Email marketing veteran Jordan Cohen has signed on as vice president of marketing for dynamic content enabler Movable Ink.”

    The Magill Report - July 17th, 2012

  • A Tool Belt For Today's Email Marketers

    “Movable Ink apps turn our emails into containers for live content. When an email is opened, Moveable Ink serves live content based on current time, recipients’ locations, social context, and your business rules. This is really changing the email game!”

    MediaPost - July 3rd, 2012

  • Experian CheetahMail links up with Movable Ink

    “Marketers can insert dynamic, streaming content, such as countdown timers for limited-time sales promotions, into the body of e-mails through a new joint venture by e-mail services provider Experian CheetahMail and Movable Ink, a provider of technology designed to make e-mail content as interactive as a web page.”

    Internet Retailer - May 10th, 2012

  • Experian CheetahMail announces agreement with Movable Ink

    “Experian CheetahMail announced May 3 that it has entered into a preferred agreement with Movable Ink, an email application designed to allow marketers to stream email content in real time.”

    DM News - May 3rd, 2012

  • Movable Ink Serves Live Content in Your Email

    “Movable ink is an application system that allows you to insert “containers” of live content into your email. You could, for instance, place a countdown timer that notifies recipients how many hours are left before a special offer expires, or how much time is left before your New Year’s Eve bash starts.”

    Mashable - March 2nd, 2012

  • Movable Ink: A Fresh Approach to E-mail Marketing

    “Looking for ways to stand out in a sea of e-mail promotions? A Web-based service called Movable Ink offers several apps that can jazz up e-mails with real-time content. ”

    Inc - December 1st, 2011

  • Movable Ink Launches Service To Stream Live Content In Emails

    “Today, the startup is taking this technology a step further with the launch of the Movable Ink Streaming Server, a service that allows businesses to stream live content into emails while they are open.”

    TechCrunch - November 10th, 2011

  • 12 Tech Startups To Watch, For SMBs

    “The Movable Ink platform enables online marketers to address a growing challenge: How to keep email communications from aging exponentially from the first second they're sent.”

    Information Week - November 9th, 2011

  • Interactive Email: 6 tactics to leverage the influence of social reinforcement

    “As social media grows in popularity and effectiveness, some are predicting the demise of email marketing. But, why kill a channel with two billion regular users?”

    MarketingSherpa - November 1st, 2011

  • Movable Ink, A Startup That Magically Updates Content In Sent Emails, Just Raised $1.3 Million

    “Movable Ink has been called the Harry Potter of email. It inserts snippets of code into an email's html that makes the content come to life and update in real time.”

    Business Insider - October 13th, 2011

  • Movable Ink raises $1.3 million for real-time email marketing

    “Movable Ink, a company I profiled last month, has raised $1.3 million for its real-time email marketing platform and is launching a new app gallery for customers.”

    GigaOM - October 13th, 2011

  • Movable Ink launches Apps for Email with $1.3 million in funding

    “The under the radar startup turns your email into a marketing platform that personalizes live content to the recipient's location, current time and social context.”

    The Next Web - October 13th, 2011

  • Real-Time Email Startup Movable Ink Raises $1.3M

    “Even though they're part of a hot startup sector, daily deal sites often rely on a fairly old-fashioned way to reach their readers-email newsletters.”

    AdWeek - October 13th, 2011

  • The Complete 2011 Silicon Alley 100 List

    “We've created the Silicon Alley 100 to celebrate people doing the coolest things in New York in 2011.”

    Business Insider - October 13th, 2011

  • Movable Ink breathes life into email

    “While the web is interactive and dynamic, e-mail reflects very little of that evolution. But Movable Ink, a New York start-up, is trying to breathe new life into e-mail marketing by making e-mails real-time and context aware, creating messages that don’t go stale. ”

    GigaOM - September 9th, 2011

  • Media Mixers: Schmoozing With LeadsCon VIPs

    “I fall into conversation with LeadsCon speaker Vivek Sharma, CEO and cofounder of the buzz-worthy Movable Ink. His company has developed real-time dynamic content capabilities for email, including post-send updating.”

    Adotas - August 24th, 2011

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