The idea of the vacuum, or silo thinking, with any marketing medium is very dangerous. This is especially true for email marketing.
I had the thought the other day that politics and email really are a lot alike. If you mess up in politics or email, the right people (the consumers or voting blocs you want) tune out. Here's what politicians and email marketers…
Are your email subscribers clicking through to your websites, ordering your products, or registering for your events as expected?Instead are they simply unresponsive, unsubscribing or (gasp) complaining? Perhaps your email marketing program is not clearly establishing mutual expectations. Learn how.
Compare the performance of your email marketing against this benchmark data, which was provided from various sources, to help you identify industry trends and compare your results against others.
For legitimate email marketer it’s often difficult to avoid the dreaded spam folder. Now imagine that you work in the pharmaceutical industry. Ouch. However through creativity and ingenuity this marketer got huge returns on their email marketing efforts.
ExactTarget recently recently unveiled a List Growth Advisor tool today that automatically offers personalized recommendations on how to grow an e-mail list after users answer a series of questions. It’s really a very good tool. which identifies what the marketer isn’t doing…
If you’re like me you’re always trying to improve your email marketing skillset but you hate having to register for what seem to be quality white papers. Fear not. We’ve already downloaded and assembled a list of pre-screened email marketing white papers…
Of course you’d expect tight, clean design from Apple but this most recent email for their new iPod nano, from a pure impact perspective, is impeccable. https://www.emailcritic.com
Do you use your corporate personality to make your standard email marketing practices more engaging? If you’re anything like 99.9999999% of the marketing universe, probably not.
Preview text, be it executed through pre-header text, snippets, image alt tags or a combination thereof, are the most often overlooked, untested, yet critical, components in crafting effective email marketing messages. https://www.emailcritic.com/