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
Social media keeps evolving dynamically – sometimes it’s hard to keep track of all the changes! The way the email-social relationship develops is equally dynamic. And from what we’re seeing, it’s definitely for the better. We’ve just updated our research from last year that shows even better results of email-social integration. On this occasion, we’ve put together a free special report and an infographic – read on to grab them both. Read more
We’re happy to be bringing you the next installment of the very successful email marketing webinars hosted by Jim Ducharme and Mac Ossowski. This time they’ll talk about mastering the email metrics. Join them this Wednesday! Read more
Social sharing is an unstoppable trend in email marketing. Actually, we could risk stating a thesis: email is a social tool, too. Why? Just check out the figures from our latest research on the impact of social sharing, which we unveiled in the infographic Email Marketing + Social Media. When 1+1 Equals More Than 2.
The primary focus of the GetResponse blog is to help our clients improve their email campaigns. You’ve told us that our reports are very useful when planning, creating, and sending your messages, so we’re generating more for you! This time we tracked email marketing performance Read more
Surveys are a great way to get information from customers to help you grow your business. They are like a net that catches all this fantastic data if – and only if – we ask the right questions in the right way. What does “right” look like?
We’d like to share the results of our latest study on surveys; in particular, how to create effective questions for your surveys. We think it will round out our recent discussion on surveys (see: Who knew surveys could be so easy!) and give you some solid data to help you get the most out of your customer research this year. So let’s begin!