All Posts by Lucas Chevillard


About the Author

Growth Marketing at Where I do everything inbound marketing, like improving search results rankings for German keywords likes: wohnung vermieten Berlin or mieterselbstauskunft Chief Editor at Learn email marketing with my free email marketing course

Ninja and RedBull partnership on Twitch

Twitch marketing is real

By Lucas Chevillard

Let’s talk about Twitch marketing.

In 2013, I discovered that Youtube could be a substantial driver for business growth.
It was our main acquisition channel through partnerships with influencers on the platform.

I can see this repeating today with Twitch.
The platform is getting more and more attention beyond its original gaming audience.

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Email Marketing Strategy by Lucas Chevillard, Email Marketing Specialist at Airbnb

The most effective Email Marketing Strategy to implement

By Lucas Chevillard

When I read other email marketing strategy blog posts, I mostly see tactics on what your email should include (clear CTA, personalization, segmentation…).
But nothing on the process you need to follow in order to create your strategy.

So I boiled it down to the easiest lifecycle you need to have in your email marketing strategy to get started and see results quickly.

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Slack vs Discord on

Slack vs Discord

By Lucas Chevillard

I use Slack and Discord in 2 different environments: business and gaming.
Both are great but what sets them apart?

Side-by-side features comparisons are already available, so I won’t go too much into this type of review.
I’m more interested in the competition between the platforms: Slack and Discord.

The gaming universe vs the business world.
Do they overlap? Can they live next to each other or will one take it all?

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Email Quality Score Explained

Email Quality Score

By Lucas Chevillard

I received a couple of questions on the email quality score after mentioning it during the interview for Really Good Emails. Let’s explain it properly.

Basically, it shows you how many people are annoyed versus how many people are delighted by the emails you are sending them.
So if you or your brand care about the right frequency and the best content for your emails. This is the metric for you.

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