Independence Day is a time when a lot of marketers send email greetings, show off new holiday products/services, or maybe they’d like their customers to know that there is a special 4th of July sale going on. Whatever the reason, amongst all these “Independence Day Sale!” and “Happy 4th if July!”” your email might get lost if you don’t have the right subject line.
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Data is a double-edged sword in the sense that it’s valuable but there’s just so much of it. Where organizations often struggle is that they’re tempted to track anything and everything they possibly can. What’s important to keep in mind is that the most effective data strategies incorporate a blend of creativity and science. We know that statistics can overwhelm, but we also know that they’re your winning ticket. That’s why we’ve put together this whitepaper, to help you sift through the data and start creating better email campaigns.
Dr. Emel Aktas published an online index card in which he outlines a systematic approach to preparing for a summer break. So we applied the same principles to planning a successful email campaign. And so, we draw a parallel between summer vacations and email campaigns, remember these principles may be universal and might be applied to other activities.
Organic Search and Email Marketing have typically been paired against each rather than looked at how they can work in pair. In this whitepaper we’ve decided to look at the combination of the two, focusing specifically on how SEO can improve your Email List Building processes.
Email marketing is all about cherishing relationships and Mother’s Day is another opportunity to prove it. Most people would like to give their Mom something unique, so it’s a chance for your brand to come up with a great offer and once again exceed customer’s expectations. Here are some tips how you can achieve just that.
Spring is about celebrating new beginnings. That’s why we’ve prepared 7 tips that will help you start fresh and grow your business with effective email marketing campaigns. The overall idea is to reinvigorate your strategy after the long winter months and set new goals with positive attitude.
The ability to craft effective messages is a fundamental skill for every email-marketer. That is why this time we have prepared an infographic, which presents the 6 most important elements in an email message and provides you with a basic guide to creating a compelling email message.
Creating compelling newsletters that get opened, read, and clicked is one of the most important elements of a successful email marketing campaign. To achieve this, one has to make sure that all the important puzzles are in place: right images, clean code, great CTA, and of course – convincing Copywriting. This very last element is in fact the topic of this exclusive e-book written by Joanna Wiebe, from Copyhackers.com. If you want to form better relationships and increase your conversions through newsletters, you will definitely enjoy this read.
With 68.5 % of consumers planning to celebrate Halloween, it is another great occasion to plan and run a successful email marketing campaign. We offer 7 tips on how to make the most of your email marketing efforts in October and generate high ROI.
Customer loyalty is an emotional bond with your brand. You can foster loyalty by building long-term relationships based on consistent, positive brand experiences. It’s less expensive to retain customers than to acquire new ones. So the smart move is to invest in loyalty programs and relationship marketing.
If it looks like a duck, quacks likes a duck, and swims like a duck — it’s probably a duck. And that’s how spam filters analyze incoming emails. So to avoid spam folders, the solution is clear: don’t let your emails look or sound like spam. Our infographic is a quick checklist of email elements that need special attention.