Nothing says *love* quite like a highly produced network reality series where 25+ women duke it out for the chance to maybe get married to one lucky dude, or in the case of this season of The Bachelor, one lucky pilot. Perhaps the only love greater than that between Pilot Pete and whoever the heck he decides to pick at the end of this season, is my love of intellectualizing and overstating the cultural importance of The Bachelor (something I’ve been known to do in SparkPost’s internal #bachelor-nation slack channel), but enough about me!?
Over the franchise’s collective 44 seasons (including spin-offs), Bachelor Nation has seen an overwhelming increase in the amount of contestants that go on to become some of the most prolific social media influencers in the world!? In honor of the most romantic show of our time and of course Valentine’s Day, we wanted to hand out a few roses to some of our favorite email influencers out there! While they may not have as many followers as Ashley I or Hannah B, these certified #emailgeeks have won our hearts with their amazing social media accounts!
Check out which Email Influencers we’re giving our roses to this Valentine’s Day:
Responsive Email Developer and Founder of Emails Y’all, Anne Tomlin, kills us every time with her pop-culturally relevant knee slappers.
So you're some tough code
Like to make it rough code
Just can't get enough code
<td> always so puffed code
I'm that bad type
Make your font monotype
Make your <table> mad tight
Might render Outlook type
I'm the bad dev.
— Anne Tomlin (@pompeii79) January 7, 2020
CEO and Co-founder of Email on Acid, John Thies,? shares his email expertise by participating in his company’s twitter chats.
A1: Inbox display is the first thing a subscriber see's when looking at your email in the inbox (subject, from name, preheader). It's important because it give you (the marketer) 3 opportunities to encourage the recipient to open the email. #EOAchat
— John Thies (@johnethies) July 9, 2019
#emailgeeks: Still time to register for MIND-BLOWING PERSONALIZATION IN ACTION! This session is part of the Fresh Voices webinar series from @stensul & @WomenOfEmail featuring emerging & aspiring thought leaders from the email space. #EmailMarketing
Reg ??https://t.co/mEMnDSllvp pic.twitter.com/fbm3JjVCEc
— Jen Capstraw (@jencapstraw) December 9, 2019
See you there! ?? https://t.co/N21V6TUFu1
— Matt Helbig (@mtthlbg) November 25, 2019
Founder of Fix My Churn and self-proclaimed “queen of onboarding tear downs”, Val Geisler, sparks conversation and engagement with her open-ended tweets.
I keep getting this nagging feeling that I'm going to spend the summer writing a book. Problem is… I don't know what the book is about!
If you could read a book written by me, what would it be about?
— Val Geisler ?? (@lovevalgeisler) January 29, 2020
CEO of Brightwave, Simms Jenkins, keeps us in the loop about what’s going on at his company…btw they’re hiring!
Big growth is happening here at BrightWave, and we’re looking for a VP, Marketing Technology Services to support it.
— BrightWave, an Ansira company (@BrightWave) January 24, 2020
Director of Deliverability Americas & Global Services at Adobe, Alyssa Nahatis, keeps us on our toes with the latest marketing news.
— Alyssa Nahatis (@ANahatis) January 2, 2020
CEO and Founder of Really Good Emails, Matthew Smith, engages his followers by crowdsourcing design solutions.
What design systems have good examples of simple but effective direction for icons and for animation principles?
— Whale (@whale) February 3, 2020
Partner at ?Really Good Emails, Mike Nelson, totally got us with this April fools! ??
— Mike Nelson (mevlow) (@mevlow) April 1, 2018
Our own Email Marketing Manager, Ashleigh Rankin, influences us everyday with her email marketing knowledge and her graphic design abilities…
Happy Valentine’s Day!?
P.S. If you made this list, watch out for a very special gift coming to you later this week!