PCH Wants You to Have the Best Email Experience Possible!

Greetings, Searchers!

I hate to admit it, but the first thing I do in the morning … before I eat breakfast or brush my teeth … is check my email! And I’ll bet you’re probably just like me!

Best Email Experience

Now, you probably learn about all the amazing prizes PCHSearch&Win offers by getting an email from PCHSearch.com – just like the sample I’ve shown below.

PCHsearch&win

But what you may not know is that a lot of thought goes into sending fans and searchers like you the best emails possible – exciting, colorful emails that get you involved and make you want to enter our incredible giveaways. We also want to ensure you that our PCHSearch&Win site – as well as all of our other sites like PCHgames and PCHlotto – are completely safe and secure.

What’s more, we have some super-smart people on our PCH team who understand how to make this possible – folks like Eve Fish, our Associate Vice President of Digital Marketing; and Sal Tripi, our Associate Vice President, Digital Operations and Compliance. Recently, Eve and Sal attended a business conference called “Email Evolution,” where they spoke about how to make our fans’ email experience, pardon the pun, “e-ven better”!

Eve’s presentation focused on making the most of your mobile experience:

The session I spoke on was about “Mailbox to Mobile: The Secrets to mobile email.” With more of our Publishers Clearing House members reading our emails on a mobile device every day, we are focusing our efforts on making the user experience better.  For example, we are making emails easier to read on a small screen device and designing interactions that are just as engaging on a phone as they are on a desktop.  I love sharing these learnings with others in the Industry and getting new ideas to bring back to further enhance the Publishers Clearing House digital experience every day.

Sal’s presentation was on how PCH helps to protect the privacy of its online visitors:

I had a great time presenting on Data Security and email delivery at the 2014 Email Evolution conference in Florida. Protecting the data of our members is something we at PCH take very seriously.  I enjoyed sharing ideas and processes we use in order to ensure that our site is safe and secure for our users. At Publishers Clearing House we think all websites and online business must take extra precautions to ensure visitors have an enjoyable user experience and their data is safe and secure.

Also, late last month I participated in another great event on Data Protection. I, along with other industry professionals, presented with the FTC at the Online Trust Alliance conference.  We discussed what business should do to protect online members. At PCH we believe that members should feel confident when visiting any of our sites and know that we protect their data.

So, there you go! You can be confident when you search on Search&Win that some really smart people are behind the scenes to give you a “WOW!” experience. Why not go ahead and search right now? Remember, with the first search of the day after logging on, you’ll be entered into the life-changing PCH SuperPrize!

Happy searching!

Debbie K.

PCH Creative

P.S. Speaking of emails, remember, the PCH Prize Patrol will NEVER send you an email saying you’ve won the big SuperPrize! If you win, they’ll be at your door with champagne, roses and the Big Check!


35 thoughts on “PCH Wants You to Have the Best Email Experience Possible!”

  1. selena charles says:

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  3. I want to Win 1,000,000.00 A year Forever Superprize Pch.com Gwy 3080&3577&1830 Prize Patrol Come Knock Knock On My Door*)…

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