Why are more email marketers aligning their campaigns with customer lifecycles? Two reasons: customer experience and deliverability.
The 2013 Essential Guide to Email Marketing—everything you need to know about email marketing, all in one spot. Read on for insight.
Beware of the complacency that can set in with the common message-segment-send cycle of email marketing. A focus on continuous improvements in core areas can dramatically enhance email campaign results.
Ultimately, dealing with email marketing deliverability is a data management challenge.
Here are three ways to maximize inbox placement rates and optimize email campaigns—because sending the right message to the right person at the right time is fundamental to email marketing today.
What's in our mailbox this month: 6-by-9 inch direct mail pieces from Bare Necessities, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Nordstrom and Sears.
Direct mail was once the darling of savvy marketers, but with the rise of social media and email marketing, the tactic is often overlooked for something sexier. It's truly a shame, because direct mail is still an exciting tool for acquiring customers, and it has its place in the modern marketing mix.
Brian Giese, CEO of True Influence, discusses what kinds of content works well for b-to-b emails, addresses the challenges of list churn for b-to-b marketers and talks about email deliverability at the enterprise level. Giese has held executive level positions at Harte-Hanks, I.T. Selling Worldwide and Avectra.
Art.com's AllPosters.com uses the imagery of vintage movie posters and famous artworks like Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" to spice up email marketing messages. Of course, if the email is not delivered, those beautiful images are meaningless. So when the e-commerce company had trouble getting through to Gmail accounts, it aimed to get to the bottom of the problem.
Email key performance indicators (KPI) include traditional metrics such as delivery, open and click rates, but that's just the beginning.
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