There's a popular maxim that goes: "With great power comes great responsibility." And though it may be applied to a variety of situations, it can certainly be applied to email. Whether you've recognized this or not, email is an incredibly powerful tool that can be used either to advance or to restrict your career.
It is hard to predict how email will evolve in the next 5 years, yet it is far more likely to adapt and evolve then die the quick death as predicted in the past. Email remains an effective communication and distribution channel that brands should continue to seek out if they want to connect to their costumers.
Bernie Sanders is ready for a contested Democratic convention, especially with the 1,430 pledged delegates that nobody at FiveThirtyEight, The Washington Post, or The New York Times imagined he'd have at this point. The same people who predicted Sanders would be done by March, are also the same people telling you Vermont's Senator can't win on July 25, 2016.
I'll be the first one to say how much our lives have flourished with digital technology and social media. Businesses are marketed in ways they never could have been before. Email alone has had an incredible impact on the way we communicate. However, what happens when the message gets lost in the electronic communication and people don't want to connect the old-fashion way?