10 Dos of Mobile Email Marketing [Infographic]


Going mobile is a must in 2014 – grabbing a share from a growing number of smartphone and tablet users sounds pretty exciting, doesn’t it? Feeling that you may need quick and easy-to-read guidelines, we bring you this latest infographic – 10 Dos of Mobile Email Marketing.



The infographic covers most important steps to take to run a successful mobile campaign. It’s time you leave the offline marketing approach behind and enjoy its brevity, efficiency and promptness. Are you ready to go mobile?


Don’t forget to check our blog next week – we’ll continue the mobile tips with another infographic: 10 Don’ts of Mobile Email Marketing

If you would like to dig deeper into this topic, have a look at our previous posts.

Are you ready to go mobile now? Would you add anything to these tips?

.10 Dos of Mobile Email Marketing

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  • verifiedemaildata

    Email marketing is directly marketing a commercial message to a group of
    people using email. In the year 2014,the demand of email marketing will definitely increase.Yes the no of smartphone and tablet users are increasing day to day due to the advance feature.Awesome informative blog.

  • KatarzynaPietka

    Thank you! We’re doing our best to publish informative articles for on-line marketers. Stay tuned for our new infographics and posts.

  • http://www.netgainstechnologies.com/ Rishikesh Somshetti

    Interesting info-graphic!

  • KatarzynaPietka

    Thank you for you comment, glad you like the infographic. Stay tuned for more resources on our blog :)

  • http://www.referralcandy.com/ Desmond @ ReferralCandy

    These are very valid and useful points! In fact, I’d even think that they are applicable for other various forms of marketing.

    Mobile email marketing is one of the many ways to reach out to people on the move. I personally think that the use of more context-aware and location-based marketing will become increasingly common, and it’ll be interesting to see how mobile email marketing can complement that.

    Keep up the good work! 😉