Our podcasts

  • Sobriety & Marketing... Possible? #6 Rémy Companyo, co-founder and CMO at ILEK

  • Sobriety & Marketing... Possible? #5 Quentin Declerck, co-founder and marketing director of ECLO

  • Sobriety & Marketing... Possible? #4 Maud Wallaert, founder of Mana Mani

  • Come and have your newsletter audited by the Badsender team

  • Sobriety & Marketing... Possible? #3 Marion Dubuc, Co-founder of Petrone

  • The Dark Mode in emailing: a justified headache?

  • A look at emailing in Canada and France

  • Sobriety & Marketing... Possible? #2 Marion Graeffly, co-founder of TeleCoop

  • Email: do you have to use copywriting to be read?

  • The place of email according to the sector of activity

  • Sobriety & Marketing... Possible ? #1 Charles Christory, co-founder of Le Fourgon

  • A/B testing: very few do it. Yet it works really well!

  • Live legal special

  • Make your emails accessible

  • Low carbon emailing strategy: is it bullshit?

  • UX and Email

  • How brands can still meet the expectations of Generation Z via email marketing

  • HELP ! Without cookies, I don't measure anything!

  • Commercial pressure: How to measure the frustration of your subscribers?

  • The Boss: an email builder that rocks!

  • Preference center act 2

  • Design system email

  • Writing an email: Is it a job in itself?

  • Segmentation in emailing: How to take it to the next level?

  • Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Boxing Day, ... What to do with your emails at the end of the year?

  • Behind the scenes of Actito...

  • Apple Mail: How to prepare for the arrival of the cache in IOS 15?

  • Deliverability: the questions we have already asked ourselves about our mailbox

  • Newsletter, the return : Which content, which model?

  • Deliverability: What is the latest news at the beginning of the year?

  • Email design: What about acceptable degradation?

  • How to communicate with non-opt-in customers?

  • Loïc Péron of Validity

  • Our biggest email marketing mistakes

  • Telework: sharing experiences