Email marketing is here to stay. As a marketing strategy many ‘experts’ have been predicting its downfall for the last few years, citing content marketing and social media as superior options. There’s no doubting the value of either of those
You should pay special attention to the content: sprinkle links generously as more links tend to increase the CTR–adding a single extra link can make users click through your web a whopping 25% more. This doesn’t mean that you have to fill the email with links, though. That’s needy.
This year, the magic numbers are 22–23%! This is the average email open rate in email marketing. However, keep in mind that this also varies by industry. The great thing is that “average” is the midway between the best and
The open rate is the average of opened emails divided by the delivered sent emails. The average email open rate is the number of opened e-mails divided by the number of delivered e-mails.
The marketer’s nightmare… Questions that haunt the marketer in the middle of the night are: “Was my campaign any good?” and “Could I have got a higher Email Open Rate and Email Click Through Rate?” For just like a film
Email conversion improvement was one of the main topics at Mailigen Summer Lab. Our guest lecturer Svetlana Djomina, top email marketing expert in Russia, shared with us five great tips on how to improve your email marketing conversion rate. Choose
One of the most useful tools to get revenue data from Internet or email marketing campaign is Google Analytics Ecommerce. With Google Analytics Ecommerce, you will know the exact number of purchases, income of each product and total revenue from the campaign.
Using email marketing analytics correctly is what separates regular email marketers from good email marketers. Google Analytics is a powerful website tracking tool, which can be used for campaign tracking as well.
Data from email marketing reports is often misjudged and even misused. Instead of using statistics to improve campaigns, marketers often use email marketing metrics to show the highest quarter (i.e. their boss) that email marketing is, in fact, efficient. Statistics are too often used to make excuses, not to benefit email marketing campaigns. For example, to avoid misuse of statistics, marketing expert Avinash Kaushik suggests an interesting approach to email marketing metrics: apply a “so what?” test to each and every web metric you look at.