Ready to move past the basics of email marketing and learn new techniques to optimize your email results? This guide will give you five tips for more successful - and more profitable - email campaigns, including: How to increase engagement with responsive design, tips for better email personalization, ideas for effective trigger emails, effective ways to integrate with social media, and so much more!
Download Putting Email Marketing in Context to learn:
- How to overcome common challenges of personalisation and email
- Best practices for implementing contextual email on a low budget
- How to measure the effect of your contextual marketing campaigns
Download a new report from Adobe and the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) to learn how you can free yourself from traditional email constraints to create more effective campaigns. Based on survey results from nearly 300 email marketers, the report explores today’s greatest challenges and winning strategies for email marketing — so you can drive true customer engagement, boost business revenue, and add more value to your organization.
Download our guide, 10 Goals for a Perfectly Balanced Email Marketer, to learn how you can transform your email campaigns through personal goals. You’ll discover new ways to make the most of this highly effective channel — so you can enjoy better results.
Get the guide now to learn how you can:
• Prioritize mobile email in your marketing strategy
• Improve customer relationships with contextual emails
• Self-assess your email marketing maturity
Improving the customer experience is a strategic imperative for most
organizations today, but delivering an engaging experience across the growing
number of digital customer touch points can be a daunting challenge.
Organizations must deliver responsive experiences that “play well” on
smartphones, PCs, and tablets. They must publish content to installed app
experiences on mobile and other connected devices, to social channels, and
to email campaigns. They must manage global sites in different languages,
localize the experience for different markets, and — increasingly — personalize
the experience for different customer personas or segments.
A modern digital experience management platform is essential for any
organization hoping to make digital experience delivery a core competency.
IDC interviewed organizations using Adobe Experience Manager Sites (AEM
Sites) to understand the impact of the platform on their ability to create,
manage, and deliver digital experiences. Study participants
"Email has proven itself as a revenue-driving workhorse of any marketing strategy. And yet, two-thirds of marketers are still less than satisfied with their email marketing efforts. We joined forces with Email on Acid to shed a light on the most effective email campaigns. Read The Art of the Click to learn helpful email insights, like:
--The four critical qualities of all great email experiences
--Subscriber open and read behaviors throughout the day
--Why all clicks aren’t created equal"
If you’re wondering whether you should really prioritize email
in your marketing—especially when new channels continually
emerge—consider this: 91 percent of marketing executives agree
that email is their most effective channel.1
Clearly, email isn’t just
here to stay, it’s the mainstay. And with the ability to personalize
and contextualize messages, upgrade mobile campaigns, and
better understand customer needs, email marketing has evolved
into a stronger and smarter version of its former self.
Published By: Bluecore
Published Date: May 14, 2018
After decades in the limelight, email remains the most powerful channel for eCommerce marketers. And this success continues even as many eCommerce marketing teams rely heavily on batch and blast emails that go to their entire list without any customization. While such efforts clearly bring in revenue, they also leave money — a lot of money — on the table.
Recognizing that largely untapped opportunity, top eCommerce marketers have started to take a more strategic approach to email. In addition to traditional batch and blast campaigns,
these marketers now tailor messages based on both their customers’ behaviors and changes to their product data in
order to send more customized and timely messages.
To better understand how retailers are using email, including the extent to which they have embraced individualized messaging opportunities and the effectiveness of those messages, Bluecore turned to the data. Our 2018 Retail Email Benchmark report provides a baseline understanding of these a
Published By: Bluecore
Published Date: Oct 23, 2018
AFTER DECADES IN THE LIMELIGHT, email remains the most powerful channel for eCommerce marketers. And this success continues even as many eCommerce marketing teams rely heavily on batch and blast emails that go to their entire list without any customization. While such efforts clearly bring in revenue, they also leave money — a lot of money — on the table.
Recognizing that largely untapped opportunity, top eCommerce marketers have started to take a more strategic approach to email. In addition to traditional batch and blast campaigns, these marketers now tailor messages based on both their customers’ behaviors and changes to their product data in order to send more customized and timely messages.
Published By: Bluecore
Published Date: Dec 10, 2018
Bluecore helped evo:
Move from batch and blast to 1:1
Replace one-size-fits-all promotional emails with automated
emails that feature targeted content and send based on
customers taking certain actions or changes to products.
Scale the email program and results
without scaling the team
Introduce 15 high performing email campaigns and expand the
email program reach to support a growing business without
adding new headcount.
Add new value for shoppers and the
Launch a series of emails that proactively notify customers
about changes to products with which they’ve engaged,
including price and stock changes, while simultaneously adding
a new opportunity to capture email addresses.
Published By: Bluestreak
Published Date: Jan 22, 2007
"Personal and Dynamic Email Campaigns" provides key metrics that emphasize the importance of personalizing and timing emails, and tips to use email as a relevant direct marketing tool. Download this presentation now!
This eBook is for designers that are tired of creating the same bland emails, the content marketers who find themselves at a loss while coming up with the right words in their subject line, and, most of all, for the frustrated marketing teams that are sick of wondering why their campaigns fail to produce desired results.
Set your email marketing success in motion with triggered messages. From a customized welcome series to reengagement messages, learn how to identify triggered message opportunities and define business rules. Explore these key concepts and best practices to create or enhance your automated campaigns today.
The results of the Strategy-as-a-Service projects were presented during Beadaholique's Executive Review. In these reviews, the Marketing Strategist outlined all of the Action Items that had been developed, baselines and resulting metrics, any obstacles encountered and forward-looking goals and projects.
Acquiring addresses is as essential as creating a targeted message. Learn where the best places are to start and how you can continue to grow strong lists over time. Download this whitepaper to learn more.
Regardless of what the email metrics say, there is always room for improvement. In any competitive environment, you never want to settle for good enough. Here we cover seven areas most commonly in need of a refresh.
Email marketers should be leveraging the use of Recency, Frequency, Monetary (RFM) analysis to uncover optimal segments and untapped opportunities within their email marketing program. Email marketing provides real time data about subscriber behavior, which is ideal for RFM analysis. In order to use each metric fully we will focus on the undeniable power of Recency first.
Welcome to Part 2 of our series where we explore the many opportunities yielded by integrating Recency, Frequency, Monetary(RFM) analysis into your email marketing program in order to lift your pivotal Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Download Part 2 to learn more.
The third and final piece in our RFM series highlights multiple email marketing strategies for analyzing a subscriber's Monetary value. As proven over many years with RFM analysis, marketers know that their highest spending customer segment is statistically more likely to spend again than their lower performing spending segments.