Without a doubt you have noticed the wide spread email marketing rule: the more targeted email content is, the more successful it is likely to be. One way you can reach your target audience is by creating segments based on
Think of the elusive call to action as a lead-generation gateway. Creating a great call to action can be tricky, however. Clearly identifying what you offer and how you want to convey that offer requires thoughtful consideration and good timing.
I love saving time, and automation is a great way to do just that. Recently, I attended an Entrepreneur’s Conference and one of the speakers talked about how he bootstrapped his business with no outside investment. One of the key
Marketers know there is no one formula for an ideal email marketing campaign. The secret to success is testing and optimizing emails. In-depth analysis of previous results and well-considered changes in email elements can significantly boost your email marketing ROI.
Email landing pages are particularly attractive to email marketers, because you can, sometimes explicitly, tell the user what to do and what you expect of him.
Emails are nothing without a call to action. Simply put, they have no real purpose without a call to action. The “action” you want the user to take, can vary. However, if you’re serious about your business, the place where each email ultimately leads to is a landing page.
E-mail campaign optimization isn’t merely a thing you do. It’s, well, more like a separate science. In order to optimize an e-mail campaign, you don’t have to learn much — you just have to understand what you can work with and use it. And once you understand, you’ll have an entirely new world to explore.
In the series of charts about email marketing, this week we are looking at different elements of emails that are tested the most. Over 1,400 industry marketers have provided their input to identify which email elements they are or will
In the chart below you can see how B2B email newsletters perform against B2C newsletters in open rates, click-through rates and conversion rates. Almost 1,500 marketers have provided their input in determining the numbers below, and they found that email