Over the years, emails have become a powerful channel where brands can closely engage and effectively communicate with customers without the digital distractions brought by social media.
If you're selling online, you should be using email blasts to keep your customers engaged. We have discussed in the past the importance of building, maintaining, and, most importantly of all, engaging with your email audience. That subscriber list represents people that have already demonstrated an interest in your site, your products, and your mission, and they rank among the most valuable individuals out there for your business.
When was the last time you checked your emails? It was most probably within the previous 24 hours as emails have become a part of our daily lives. But do you know how it all started? Do you know emails have been around even before the internet? If you are curious, this blog is for you.
One mistake that many businesses make is thinking that once they get a sale, their job is done. A confirmation email is defined as an email that buyers receive after completing a transaction, but it's much more than that.
Confirmation emails are another opportunity for direct communication with your customer. In this article, we’ll be looking at the best techniques to turn confirmation emails into more conversions.
What exactly is email deliverability? Quite simply, it is the rate at which your emails go to their intended target. In pretty much all cases, this target is going to be a recipient’s inbox. So, versus going to a person’s spam or somehow otherwise getting blocked, the email actually makes it all the way to its destination: the inbox.
Every email marketer’s dream is to have an email successfully arrive in an inbox. And what’s more, from that point, have that email actually get opened. Then of[...]
2020 changed the way many businesses operate, forcing them to substitute the office for a remote working environment. With this change, the need to engage and connect with consumers online increased drastically – and email marketing has played a key role in this.
Out of many eCommerce growth strategies you can choose from, none is more promising than email marketing.
Email is hands down the best way to communicate with your audience, build trust, and increase sales. The tricky part? Email marketing only works if you have a quality email list.
Email marketing is a great way to connect with leads, build relationships, and turn prospects into customers. A key element of your success as an email marketer will be your ability to write copy that engages and converts your readers.
In this guide, I’ll teach you how to create that high-converting copy. Let's take a deep dive into the world of email marketing.
There are some months when it’s easy to bring in customers and others when it isn’t. Rather than relying on your big Christmas income to tide you over, it’s time to start building up your sales in the slower periods.
Email campaigns remain one of the most effective ways to market your business, with the highest return on investment of any method. By crafting some well thought-out, targeted emails, you can catch the eye of lapsed customers — and maybe even pull in some new ones too!
"Is email marketing dead?" I know people are searching Google for an answer to this question every year. But for the moment, let your search engine, fingers, and keyboard rest. Email marketing is very much alive. Better yet, if you understand how to use it, it's a powerful tool for increasing your ROI (return on investment).
No matter how good the offer you have inside your email is, if your subject line is lacking, no one will click on it. In other words, your subject lines decide whether or not your email marketing campaign will succeed.
Email marketing may appear outdated to some businesses, with the advent of newer digital marketing methods. However, it continues to remain relevant and perhaps even more effective than other forms of marketing. Many businesses around the world are using email marketing to connect with potential clients, create new leads, and strengthen customer relationships.
Are you wondering why thank you emails work better than regular emails? This happens because customers expect to hear from a brand once they have purchased, subscribed or engaged with it in some way.
The goal of every email we send out is to reach the reader. To convince people to open the email, we come up with catchy previews and subject lines. To make sure the recipient is interested enough to click on links, we create enticing copy and sleek visuals.
However, all of these things are as good as dead if the email doesn’t land in the inbox in the first place.
If you’ve placed opt-in forms on your website and the subscribers are rolling in, congratulations!
But there’s more work to be done — to really use your email list to your advantage, you need to build strong relationships with your new subscribers.
A solid relationship starts with a welcome email: an email that greets, congratulates or guides your new lead’s expectations.
Email optimization and marketing isn’t all about newsletters or abandoned cart campaigns – the most effective email can often be a simple order confirmation notification. If your business’s transactional emails aren’t delivering on time to everyone, you’re missing out on marketing opportunities and may end up frustrating many of your customers. That’s why you need an effective transactional email provider for your online business; without it, your customers will feel left in the dark and may[...]
If you’re like most ecommerce businesses, you have a lot of email lists in your database: lists of emails you collected through special lead capture campaigns, lists of customers that made one purchase and never returned. And, the list goes on.
Some of these email lists are probably old and obsolete because you haven’t sent an email to them in months. Or, maybe you’ve been sending an email once every month or so. In any case, the trouble is that these lists don’t have any quality control or[...]
The eCommerce bug has literally taken the world of business by storm. Marketers and entrepreneurs alike are still excited about this business concept despite it having been around for quite some time now.
Business owners and marketers are constantly pushing the eCommerce boundaries — each day trying out trending ideas and experimenting with emerging concepts, all in an effort to boost their click-through rate and, of course, their conversion rate.
If you’re an ecommerce marketer, email marketing should be your best friend. Email consistently outranks other digital channels such as social media and display ads in terms of return on investment. A VentureBeat Insight study found that email marketing generates an average of $38 for every $1 invested.
The problem is that’s just an average. Not every ecommerce store’s email marketing is going to be churning out $38 for every dollar spent on it. And, more concerning still, not every marketer[...]
Email Marketing | 7 min read
Email marketing is effective only if you can tap on the right pulse of the subscriber. You must adhere to the email marketing triad—that is, sending the right message to the right person at the right time. Now, just imagine you have to pick up individual subscribers, draft separate emails for them and then send them one by one. Tedious, right? That’s where email automation comes into picture.
It helps to send behavior-based emails triggered according to the subscriber activity, thereby[...]