Images in emails are probably one of the most effective ways to attract the subscriber’s attention to your newsletter. Here is a number of facts, tips and tricks on how to use images in emails when working on your campaign. Read more
If your business is in ecommerce, your audience is largely female, or your content is mostly visual, Pinterest is the place to be. With 70 million users and a growth rate that eclipsed Twitter six months ago, Pinterest is no longer something to hold out on until it takes hold. It’s taken hold. Read more
If you think that email is an obsolete form of promotion and won’t bring you any benefit, especially financial – let me tell you just two words: you’re wrong. Read more
Ever heard of a TED talk? If you haven’t, stop everything, read this, then go to TED.com. Read more
Whether you’re a devoted football fan or just like to watch the commercials, we know you’ve got an interest in email marketing. To celebrate the game and the new Super Bowl-themed email templates we’ve just added, here’s a list of ideas for how to incorporate the big game into your email marketing playbook. Read more
This post was supposed to be about how exciting this year has been for GetResponse and the email marketing community. But what goes into a year’s summary? Boring rankings you can find on any website? Updates on best/most popular/worst ideas/people/technologic novelties? An annual summary isn’t just a look back but look to the future. Having celebrated our 15th year in business this year, we came up with 15 lessons to carry into the New Year.
December is the month of summaries, charts and rankings – we compare the most spectacular events, the most famous people or the best performing brands. Why not make an annual summary of your email marketing campaign? This may sound a little bit over the top, but we’re here to help – join us for a webinar with Jordie van Rijn and find out all you need to know about planning your next year’s campaign strategy. Read more