The business-to-business sector has its own email marketing rules. Following them may be a bit harder than in the case of, say, Groupon. Here are some tips for marketers whose target customers don’t open emails unless they’re wearing a tie, and want to unsubscribe from your list. Read more
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Deliverability is the lifeblood of every ESP and the cornerstone of our customers’ email marketing success. At GetResponse, we’ve always known that a truck load of fancy features isn’t worth a dime if our customers’ emails don’t reach their target inboxes. That’s why we’re constantly focused on maintaining top deliverability rates and strong ISP relationships. Read more
Now let’s move to the practical side of re-engagement campaigns. Depending on your business niche, you might try different means to win back your subscribers’ attention, but the process is often the same.
Would you ignore a potential customer if you already had permission to email them? Of course not! I’m talking about ignoring disengaged subscribers who frequently constitute more than half of all mailing lists. It’s high time to stop focusing ONLY on aggressive acquisition and look more closely at nurturing and re-engaging subscribers. Read more
It’s Thursday, 9.15 pm, and you’re stuck in the office working on the finishing touches of the latest campaign. The webmaster and copywriter are getting impatient, but you’re still testing. When it’s finally closing time, you press one last button and it’s hello long weekend! Unfortunately, the evening karaoke is interrupted by a call from your boss: ”Just look in your inbox! What the heck is this?!” Read more
Your footer. It’s easily the most neglected portion of your message. It is usually just where all the “boring” parts of your message go – the legal jargon, your contact info, and so on. But if your reader gets down that far, it means that they’ve read your entire message. So, congratulations. Though it might seem unlikely, your email footer can easily be ruined (just like the title, header, and any other section of an email).
The design of a captivating newsletter is not easy, and has rules of its own, which I’ve already discussed a while ago here: (header and preheader). Now it’s time to get to the point of each HTML message, e.g. the true email “meat” that includes: the main call-to-action (CTA), and the cornerstone content that generates high conversion. Read more
Do you like responding to emails? I’m sure some of you do with genuine pleasure. The rest consider it a chore. Encouraging responses to your marketing emails is a key factor in successful communication.
Still, a lot of marketers prefer a monologue and shy away from their subscribers’ questions and opinions.