#MobileChat No. 31 with Phil Hollows

We all receive email. Many, if not all who will read this, get email on a mobile device. Often times, the emails we receive are not formatted well for a mobile device. Why?

To explore the current state of email on mobile devices, we’ve asked Phil Hollows to chat with us.

phil hollowsPhil Hollows is the Founder and CEO of FeedBlitz, the email and social media marketing automation service and premium FeedBurner alternative.

Building on his high technology experience, consulting and marketing leadership since graduating from Oxford University in 1987 (The Queen’s College), Phil started what became FeedBlitz in 2005, raising private equity investment in early 2006.

Before creating FeedBlitz, Phil was Vice President of Product Marketing for the  enterprise network security management company OpenService (now LogMatrix), and before that he was the Vice President of Technology at the web testing company RadView Software.

Phil’s international career also includes being a Director at enterprise workforce management software leader Kronos, and Managing Consultant for the US office of UK-based niche executive financial consultancy Metapaxis. He has a post-graduate diploma in Accounting and Finance from the UK’s ACCA.

FeedBlitz delivers over 2.7 million blog posts EVERY DAY. Phil is clearly a guy who understands how to deliver digital communication to email inboxes. Look for a lively and insightful Q/A with him on Wednesday, March 13 from 9-10pm ET as we get his thoughts about how to make emails relevant and optimal for a mobile readership.

Chat more soon!

Patrick Goodman
Red e App Product and Engagement Director

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