Dealing with image suppression

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More and more email software and webmail services block images in email by default. Which means part of the new email marketing challenge is to find creative ways to get people to turn on your images.

Jordan Cohen has some brief suggestions as to how you might do so, through reader education, design and similar.

Has anyone used an invisible pixel up the top of the email where the alt text displayed when the image is blocked is, "Hey, turn on images please," but worded more effectively?

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