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The ultimate goal of email marketing activities is the same for everybody — to get recipients to react to your newsletters; first – to intrigue them with your subject line, so they open the message; second – to engage them, so they don’t close and delete it the very moment it’s open, rather (at least) scan it and ultimately follow the call to action. How? Our new infographic includes valuable tips. Read more
When GetResponse published Email Marketing Calendar infographic last year, we were happy to see that you shared it all around the Internet. That’s why we bring the shiny and new version – the 2014 Retail Email Calendar. Enjoy our selection of the most profitable shopping seasons and holidays. Read more
Smartphones are taking over the market and our lives. New online habits have emerged that change how people read their email, search the net and shop, whether online or offline. How to respond to the emerging revolution? The latest GetResponse publication — Responsive Email Design Guide — will answer your questions on how to optimize your newsletters for the mobile era. Read more
The growth of smartphone market share is a trend that can no longer be ignored. To fully realize campaign potential, email marketers have to reach recipients who use all kinds of inboxes and devices. Join us for the upcoming webinar on Responsive Email to learn all about optimizing your newsletters for the mobile era.
We’re pleased to announce that Inc. Magazine has named GetResponse one of the fastest-growing companies in America in their annual Inc. 5000 listing. With sales-growth reaching 169% over the last 3 years, GetResponse joins other privately held companies such as Adroll, RocketFuel, DataXU, and LivingSocial.
Nothing inspires the imagination and curiosity of subscribers more than a secret that can be revealed with one mouse-click. This theme is used successfully in campaigns all year round; mystery savings, secret offers and coupon codes seem to have a long tradition supported by increased engagement rates of these campaigns. In this post you’ll find a collection of great ideas, and a few tips on how to do it right.
How important is your subject line for email success? It’s one of the key elements that can boost (or doom) your results. And every marketer knows how difficult it can be to stand out in the crowd. So now we’re giving you a new, super-simple tool to help you become outstanding, memorable and tempting: Unicode Symbols for your subject lines.