26 Tips to Avoid the Spam Folder, Lower Bounce Rate, and Improve Engagement

Email marketing is great — when it’s done correctly. While social media marketing converts at a rate of 1.9%, email marketing converts at a rate of 6.05%. Based on those returns, if you were to put $1,000 into email marketing efforts in 2019, you would stand to make around $440,000. Of course, you have to know what you’re doing. (Or…

How to Get the Most Out of Triggered Emails

There are many ways to drive business goals using email marketing. But triggered emails are a particularly powerful tool to influence your audiences to act. Check out these statistics: Triggered emails drive 624% higher conversion responses for the same number of sends as compared to batch and blast emails. Over 75% of email revenue is generated by triggered campaigns, rather…

How to Write Subject Lines That Convert

Subject lines are arguably the most important part of your email marketing message. People today receive way more emails than they would want to read in a day. So they choose to open the most interesting/relevant ones based on one thing: The subject line. No matter how great your email content is, there’s no way it can drive conversions without…

How to Take Personalization to the Next Level

Every experienced marketer today understands the need to create a personalized message that resonates with their audience. Each person has slightly different interests, needs, and pain points. Catering to these differences with your marketing message is the best way to stand out from the crowd and drive conversions. That said, very few marketers today take full advantage of the personalization…

An Email Marketing Game Changer: Gmail Predictive Unsubscribe

Have you noticed all the changes to Gmail over the past year? Google has been busy upgrading the Gmail app with a visual redesign and other helpful features, such as a confidential mode and smart replies. But one new feature is raising concern with email marketers: predictive unsubscribe. A historic move among ISPs, Gmail will proactivelyrecommend that users unsubscribe from…

Before You Say Goodbye: How to Write a Re-Engagement Email

Building a large email list of engaged subscribers is a huge challenge for most marketers. You have to invest in your lead magnets, landing pages and content marketing strategy to attract traffic. And no matter how many new subscribers you gain, you’ll always end up losing some in the process. According to MarketingSherpa, marketers lose 25% of their email list…

5 Types of Emails That Improve Customer Retention

There's no way to succeed in business today without focusing heavily on new customer acquisition. But in doing so, many marketers overlook an equally important goal: customer retention. Having a strong customer retention strategy has a lot of benefits, such as: Better customer experience: Ensuring customers are engaged and happy with your products/services after they buy is just good practice…
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5 Steps to Perfecting Your Email Automation

Want to instantly understand the value of email automation? Go grab a cup of joe from the nearest automated drip coffee maker and pay close attention to what happens. You get to stand and watch as the machine does all the work, filling up your mug drop by drop, till you're left with a delightful, caffeinated experience. You got the…

The 10 Commandments of Email Marketing

In the age of technology, it’s easy to get lost in the mix of digital media channels and social media platforms. But if you really want to grow your business, email marketing is the real MVP. According to Mckinsey, email marketing is 40 times more effective at acquiring new customers than Facebook or Twitter – but only if you do it correctly.…

Get Out of the Spam Folder and Into the Inbox

We’re living in a new email world. Gone are the days when marketers could blast out emails to randomly purchased bulk lists, just hoping something would stick. Spam and undesirable commercial email have become a large enough issue that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Google and Yahoo have been implementing new rules to crack down on the problem. *Note: ‘Spam’…