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I just want to give a shout out to Stefan Swanepoel He served as a keynote speaker to our board's tech summit (spin off of the old bar camps) Of course we did via the web using Google Hangout Thanks Stefan Swanepoel
I am reaching out to all tech groups I hang out in I'm running Windows 7 Home x64 with Google Chrome on one machine, Windows 8 & Chrome on another. It also doesn't work in FF. I even tried IE just in case. The fact that it is across multiple machines with different OS's and different browsers suggest it is in the application. When I click the "call phone" button in Gmail it brings up the dialer gadget. I can type names from my contacts and it will let me pick the phone number to call. Unfortunately I've notice it doesn't recognize some contacts from my contacts Gmail contacts. I've compared a working contact and a non-working contact and haven't been able to identify any differences, poor example but like having both the first and last name in the last name field. Any ideas why the dialer sees some contacts but not others?
I agree with Kirby's statement about text. A compelling subject line, a brief sentence or two and a link to read more. If they open it, there is enough to give them the gist of the info, if they want more they can follow the link. Either way, you got in front of them and gained front of mind awareness. Here is a sample of something I linked too, I don't have the email handy