Email marketing is about quality, not quantity. Here a half dozen tips to help marketers focus on the latter.
The 2015 Essential Guide to Email Marketing—everything you need to know about email marketing, all in one spot. Read on for insight.
Email continues to be a marketing staple because it works without busting the marketing budget—and marketers continue to reinvent it.
The current, complex, yet straightforward state of email deliverability
While email marketing may be fairly easy to execute, creating content remains a challenge.
A new study finds that visual elements and offer-laden emails boost engagement; batch-and-blast messages don't.
The company introduces Harmony Live, which can alter email content based on when and where a subscriber opens it.
Campaign Monitor for Salesforce answers big need on the Sales Cloud, says ESP's marketing chief Kraig Swensrud.
The effect that these basic elements of email marketing may have on your metrics may surprise you.
When it comes to campaign emails, it's the other guys who've got troubles, not the ex-Secretary of State.
Marketers who do the math are learning that social media and email marketing simply add up.
Email is as popular as ever, but so are feelings of email fatigue. Here's how to bring wayward customers back into the email fold.
Nine out of 10 check personal email at work, says an Adobe study. Two out of 10 check their inboxes constantly.
2015 is the year of new heights for email marketers, and here are the stats to back it up.
Even as users increasingly interact with email across multiple devices, the marketing staple is seeing a desktop conversion comeback.
A lead marketer shares the vital component to crafting impactful emails.
If there was ever any question of email's effectiveness, one recent study provides a succinct answer: Email works.
A gourmet cookie shop sweetens its recipe for email messages.
Campaign Monitor today announced what it claims is the first transactional email service designed and built for marketers.
The online ratings and reviews site relies on technology to remove the guesswork from crafting the most engaging subject lines.
Marketers at one finance advisory firm realize that email's crucial; but it's not a standalone strategy.
For the first time, users of the email analytics provider can pull down data from other providers, consumers, and developers.
The job matching site's new email strategy has all of the right credentials.
Their open rates were 65% greater than business-as-usual emails and their click-throughs 148% higher, says a study.
It's time to think less like a marketer and more like a human.
All you have to do, marketers, is take some of your own medicine and give the venerable journal your email addresses.
Social and mobile are all the rage, but email remains a marketing mainstay. These stats show why the inbox remains a powerful tool for marketers.
Return Path studied 600,000 inboxes and found that marketers may be a little too shy about filling them up.
Hilton and Rowdy Gentlemen lead the email opens parade heading into the big summer weekend.
Multi-brand apparel licensing company La Jolla Group is dressing up its omnichannel marketing strategy by adding personalization to its email campaigns.
The Sacramento Kings score with a new approach to their email strategy that's more than doubled the NBA team's season-ticket base.
If Gmail wasn't leading the pack in email service, it probably will now.
Eight tips for getting subscribers to forward your emails. (Tip No. 1: Contain your dreams of virality to your subscriber base.)
Booze, golf, and custom T-shirt emails lead inbox appeals for Dad gifts, drawing 50%-plus opens
Primarily B2B marketing messages will feel the effect of Office 365's new clutter folder feature.
Five things email marketers should consider to keep up with consumers' mobile behaviors.
The business software company bolsters its retail credentials with one of the e-com world's favored email providers.
One year later and not much has changed. However, many SMBs fail to take advantage of the channel, even though Canadian consumers list it as their preferred method of communication.
Experian's most recent email benchmark report reveals how marketers can finally get through to inactive subscribers.
7 steps to help small business owners get their email newsletter off of the ground.
Data hygiene is an ailment for many B2B marketers—but it doesn't have to be.
A personal touch can ignite conversations, build relationships—and boost sales.
Retailers using just the right words of love to the right people are being embraced with 40% open rates this Mother's Day.
The home fragrance company's behavioral- and catalog-based messaging ignites stellar open and conversion rates.
Two thirds of new opt-ins fail to take part in any other interactions over the subsequent three months.
How to use the email inbox to effectively market.
An orderly and seamless customer experience is just what the carpet cleaning company needed.
The huge infrastructure provider releases SparkPost, which promises enterprise-level delivery of 2 million emails a month for under $1,000.
Marketers can learn a lot by simply looking at how consumers email each other.
Analysts weigh in on which channel gets you the most bang for your marketing bucks.
More than 1,000 brands had their emails blocked due to a code glitch by AOL.
A recent study reinforces that personalization helps marketers' messages stand out in the inbox.
Kerry Reilly, director of product marketing for Adobe Campaign, reveals how marketers can leverage data and email to address customers' needs; plus her top email marketing pet peeve.
The style-centric brand gives its email marketing a major makeover.
Email is one of the luxury lingerie retailer's most valuable marketing tools, generating more than 30% in e-commerce sales.
Finally, email campaigns emerge from the Dark Ages with today's major infusion of Big Data.
Thanks to advanced data analytics, the well-worn vehicle takes on new sheen as a carrier of retargeting and re-engagement appeals.
The Canadian training company Compu.finder is hit with a $1.1 million fine for emailing without permission.
Not really. A new study suggests that fewer images and concise text drive higher click-through rates; however, fluctuations remain.
A study reveals the email services that marketers say help their email marketing deliver—ROI, that is.
An email marketer reveals how to galvanize your customers—even the inactive ones.
The premium skiing outfitter adds B2B targeting to its formerly B2C-only business model, and relies on lifecycle marketing to convert leads.
Can you guess which words can make or break an email campaign? A new study reveals the answers.
The email infrastructure provider of choice for many large enterprises seeks to widen its client base with the acquisition.
It's music to marketers' ears: 60% of people want promotional emails once a week and 28% want them even more frequently.
Finalists of the Email Marketing Innovation award shared their words of advice at the 2015 Marketing&Tech Innovation Summit.
Small- to medium-sized businesses will be early adopters of the email service, but there's no telling where the e-commerce giant will take it next.
Quantity doesn't trump quality.
When data drives relevancy, everybody wins.
David Frankland led the research company's customer intelligence team and is a veteran of DoubleClick.
Hashtags in email subject lines can amplify a message and create a personal connection.
Marketers agree that email is the optimal channel for lead gen, but not necessarily on how to best leverage the channel for this purpose.
Marketers beware: even "direct marketing" can get caught up in spam traps.
Pour some eggnog, put your feet up, and catch up on some email marketing stats, facts, and insights that can inspire you for 2015.
Nearly three quarters of consumers use their mobile phone to access their email. Is your mobile email experience up to par or cause for an opt-out?
Hashtags and predictive analytics are hot; static emails and staid subject lines are not.
Expanding technology only serves to increase marketers' investments in triggered emails and lifecycle analysis, a study says.
More than 60% of surveyed executives cite email marketing as their leading producer of ROI.
The European company opens an office in New York, and opens its doors to U.S. SMBs.
Plus, what brands should keep in mind for the upcoming weeks.
The high-tech behemoth bought the mobile email app provider to help improve its customers' mobile email experience.
The online eyewear provider frames the customer experience around trust and reassurance.
More than 90% will depend on the inbox to deliver the results this December, while only 40% will use mobile.
Salutations and names aren't enough. One pundit shares how marketers can make their email messages more personal and impactful in the New Year.
Startups that use SparkPost, says company's CEO, will have same real-time access to deliverability data as established enterprises.
The outdoor clothing company emails when customers are most likely to click.
A look into voters' inboxes finds more emails from Starbucks and Facebook for Democrats than for Republicans.
The company doesn't toy around with lead scoring and segmentation.
Email marketing experts see largely positives in the new mobile app that gives people greater control of and access to their inboxes.
Organic yogurt company Stonyfield says it's discovered the right recipe for an enthralling digital campaign.
Our experts set the record straight.
Pushing past the inbox clutter and noise may not be as tough as some marketers may think.
The world of email marketing is more frenetic than ever. Staying abreast of what's not just hot, but also relevant is an ongoing challenge for email marketers.
The frequency marketers use email provides plenty of possibility for error. But those who learn from their mistakes can turn a problem into an opportunity.
Attracting and nurturing leads is tough in today's distracting digital environment. Here's how marketers can use email to grab and hold the attention of the prospects who matter most.
The health and fitness app enhances its email regimen from four messages to a full-fledged marketing automation program.
Why do four out of five marketers refuse to send abandoned cart emails even though they get 20% conversion rates? We don't know. We're asking you.
The Adaptive Email Network automatically adjusts users' emails to changes in bounce codes and traffic based on the real-time activity of other users in the system.
The definition of dynamic email content is changing—what marketers need to know.
Determining the right content and number of emails to send can be rugged terrain.
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