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Stop Event Bubbling in HTML DOM

Event bubbling is one of those things that never really causes a problem... until it does. I came across an issue with it recently that I will run through in this post. Event bubbling is actually one of two methods of event propagation in DOM, the other is event capturing. The difference between the two of these is the order in which events are triggered, either up through parent elements or down through child elements. This site has a very detailed explanation of each, if you'd like to read more.

Email Open Rates on the Rise

Email open rates appear to be increasing according to a new report from Epsilon’s “Q1 2013 North America Email Trends and Benchmarks” report.
The report found that average email open rates increased in Q1 to 31.1% and click rates increased to 5.1%. The study suggests that the increase can be correlated to an increase in remote access capabilities with smart phones and tablets.

When is the best time of day to make a cold call?

A study conducted by Dr. James Oldroyd in conjunction with the Kellogg School of Management uncovered some interesting statistics on cold calling effectiveness. The study operated over 4 months with more than 40 organizations of all sizes and totaled more than 495 responses.