Now Hiring: Amazon

Check out this job posting from Amazon for a Senior Product Manager in the AWS Digital User Engagement team. I am led to believe that this job likely will have an Amazon SES email focus, and that an email technology background and/or strong deliverability experience would be a huge plus. Happy hunting!

Now hiring: Sailthru / Campaign Monitor, Salesforce and more...

Looking for an email marketing-related job?

Sailthru / Campaign Monitor's "now hiring" site is a good place to start. They've even got a deliverability role posted.

Salesforce has a number of positions listed as well, including this Marketing Cloud consultant role, and you can work remote!

Also: Email Marketing Agency Trendline Interactive is looking to hire a Deliverability Strategist.

The American Bar Association is looking for an Email Marketing Director.

Iterable is looking for a an Email Deliverability Consultant.

Mailchimp is looking for a Deliverability-focused Software Engineer.

Got more job opportunities you'd like to share? Drop me a line. I'm always eager to help good people find employment.

Google Postmaster Tools doesn’t like us. How can I fix it?

Are you struggling with how to improve your sending reputation in Google Postmaster Tools? 250ok's LoriBeth Blair just published a very insightful blog post on this very topic.

Mailkit's BIMI Inspector Tool

Trying to publish a BIMI record? Wondering if you've done it correctly? Mailkit has this cool new tool in beta that will help you check and validate your BIMI record. Check it out!

AOL & Yahoo Mailbox Merger: It’s Done!

Verizon Media (aka Oath, aka Yahoo & AOL) folks report that the merger of the AOL user base into the Yahoo Mail infrastructure is complete! Congrats! I'm sure it was a long, hard road.

The bad way to do this would have been to keep the AOL accounts alive on some old, deprecated server cluster that people will eventually forget about, and some day it would crash and data would be lost. So while it was harder up front to immediately consolidate everyone onto one single platform, I'm definitely sure that in the long term, it's for the best.

When Gmail Was First Announced, People Thought It Was an April Fools' Joke

Gmail just turned 15 years old! Hard to believe that when it was announced on April 1, 2004, some people actually thought it was an April Fools' joke.

And now? Gmail's pretty much in charge of email. Don't count out Microsoft and Verizon (Yahoo), but most B2C senders will tell you that Gmail houses the largest single pool of subscribers that they send messages to.

And here's Google looking forward: Hitting send on the next 15 years of Gmail.