When a well-crafted email arrives in your inbox, it grabs your attention. Almost without effort, you seem to be sucked in, and can't resist taking the next step. How does this work? And how can we use it to boost conversions?
Getting your behavioural email marketing campaigns right is a process of trial and error. One of the great things about trigger-based email campaigns is that you can test and continually optimise them until they’re permanently increasing revenue for your business.
“What can I spend to get a new subscriber and what will it bring me?” a question that I often hear when marketers are creating their email marketing plans. The answer lies in knowing what an email subscriber is worth (to you). A customer lifetime value calculation of your subscribers combined with ROI of your email campaigns helps make smarter decisions, improving your marketing strategy. So how can you calculate ROI and the customer lifetime value of an email subscriber?
Have you ever noticed that some emails do better than others? A single send can outperform your average newsletter by a mile and then some. As an email marketer, you want to make sure you’re sending the most engaging emails possible. Why are some doing better than others? Can you lift all your email campaign results to that level?
"When is the best time to send your email newsletter?", that question has been keeping people busy. And it is totally understandable, because timing does affect conversions and after crafting your email, you do have to schedule it. Let's look at the best time to send from a different angle. What if the best time to send a sales oriented email is.....
Email marketing is far past being a static channel, real-time dynamic emails are adding the competitive edge today. A lot of companies continue to send static email marketing newsletters, these have their merits, but there is a lot more to be gained with strong dynamic email.
The possibilities that dynamic email marketing offers for 1:1 tailored messages are almost endless. […]
Customers are pretty picky on where they squander their precious time and attention. So imagine how great it is if you are the only one in your industry that does get that attention and can increase engagement with your audience over your competitors.
It is definitely possible, but requires to rise above the common superficial online marketing push (not the same as push marketing). […]
The brain is the most powerful instrument there is. Modern marketing is trying to catch up on how the mind works luckily we can now understand a bit more on how to make the most out of mental momentum.
Expressions like “the first step is the hardest” or “In for a penny, in for a pound” become popular sayings for a reason. They are known to be true and more interestingly, describe a state of mind. […]
Email testing is great because it eliminates guesswork and provides insight into your campaign’s effectiveness.
10% extra sales, 25% extra clickthroughs does that sound good?
Email testing allows you to know which changes will give the best results. On top of that, it is pretty easy to do. But there is more to it. Here are five must know essentials for better email testing. […]
It is important to realize what you are basing your digital marketing on. For it is possible to load the dice in favor of developing succesful strategies, by focusing on the building blocks and doing it in the right order. And stop staring at the bullet holes.
They are silent, not very obvious. And not seen by the untrained eye. Your gut says everything is all right and you get results and sales from your emails. Your design even looks great!
But it takes more than a fantastic starting point to reach the finish line of conversion. Here are some of those “silent conversion killers” you wouldn’t spot at first glance. […]
Ever heard the business term continuous improvement? It means you want to keep on improving. Improving your skills, your company, or even the results of your email marketing campaign.
Several components are necessary for continuous improvement of your email program. But often one of these is missing…. […]