In this episode of Delivering, host Jason Rodriguez interviews Kait Creamer, Head of CRM Marketing at Framer, about her recent career transition from being an email marketer to a new team and how which email marketers can leverage emotional intelligence to improve their work and daily lives. . Episode Transcript Jason Rodriguez : Welcome to Delivering, a podcast about design, strategy, copywriting, development, and the email marketing industry. I'm your host, Jason Rodriguez. Delivery is brought to you by Litmus, the only platform professionals trust to help you send emails with confidence every time. Over 600,000 marketers use Litmus tools to create, test and analyze better email campaigns faster. Visit litmus.com to start your 7-day free trial of Litmus and start sending better emails today.
Be sure to subscribe to Delivering on iTunes or Spotify to listen to future episodes and join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag Today I'm joined by my friend and fellow email geek, Kait Creamer. Some of you may know Kait from her talk on emotional intelligence at Litmus Live last year. Kait recently moved from Colorado to Image Masking Service Amsterdam to join a new team, and she's now head of CRM marketing – I think I got it right – for a company called Framer. In this interview, we'll talk about what it's like to be an email marketer on a new team, the challenges of developing an email program, and how emotional intelligence can help email marketers, especially as we face unprecedented challenges in 2020. Kait Creamer :
Thanks Jason. I'm excited to be on. Kait Creamer head Kait Creamer, CRM marketing manager at Framer. Jason Rodriguez : It's nice to talk to you. It's been a while and I know you've been up a ton in your life and your professional life too. So I guess let's start by telling everyone who you are and what you're doing right now. Kait Creamer : Yeah, man. 2020 has been a wild ride. So who am I, like Jason said, I'm Kait Creamer. I'm a woman with many interests and hobbies, but most of them involve creating and communicating to some degree, which obviously makes me a perfect candidate to be a giant e-geek. -mails. I like doing things, telling stories, building relationships with people, things like that. So my journey as an email geek has basically taken me from Georgia to Colorado and now to the Netherlands where I work with Framer, which is a design prototyping company with a really awesome team.subscribers, how it all works. .