The ultimate mobile email statistics overview

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Mobile email is on the rise, as more and more people own a smartphone or a mobile device like a tablet.

I searched near and far for all (useful) available statistics and compiled the ultimate mobile email statistics overview with insight into the current state of mobile email.

These numbers will keep on changing, almost every day. So I will update them regularly.Last updated: Aug 2014

Feel free to share these stats with everyone, a link back would be appreciated.

Ultimate mobile email usage statistic

The ultimate mobile email usage stat, this is all you really need (party disclaimer at the end of this post).

Ultimate mobile email usage stat:

Mobile email will account for 15 to 70% of email opens, depending on your target audience, product and email type. eMailmonday- “the Ultimate mobile email stats” (2014)

More detailed mobile email statistics

90% of smartphone owners access the same email account on mobile and desktop. ExactTarget – “The 2012 channel preference survey” (2012)

Daily we spend 9 minutes on email via a mobile device, that is 7,6% of the total 119 minutes we use our phone per day. O2 – “Mobile life report” UK (2013)

Mobile email opens have grown with 21% in 2013, from 43% in Jan to 51% in December 2013. Litmus –”Email Analytics” (Jan 2014)

More email is read Mobile than on a desktop email client. Stats say 47% of email is now opened on a mobile device Litmus –”Email Analytics” (April 2014)

See previous graphs: sept 2012 | march 2013 | june 2013 | august 2013

Mobile email opens have grown with 180% in three years. From 15% Q1 2011 to 42% in Q1 2014. – Campaign Monitor “Email interaction across mobile and desktop” (Q1 2014)

Mobile received the largest percentage of unique clicks (40%), webmail was a strong second with 35% – Experian “Quarterly Email Benchmark Study” (Q2 2013)

23% of emails with images loaded comes from mobile, 69% from desktop and 5,5% from tablet – LiveIntent “Opens by device Jan 2012 vs Jan 2013″ (2013)

68% of Gmail and Yahoo! users’ opens occur on a smartphone or tablet Litmus –”Email Analytics” (Dec 2013)

61% of consumers now read at least some of their emails on a mobile deviceYesmail “Email Compass: The Mobile Effect” (2013)


Clicks to opens in mobile email have declined from 13,6% to 11,5% over the course of 2013. Campaign Monitor “Email interaction across mobile and desktop” (Q1 2014)

Nearly a quarter (23%) of campaigns initially opened on mobile devices were later opened a second time by consumers 70% on the same device, 30% on a different device. – Campaign Monitor “Email interaction across mobile and desktop” (Q1 2014)

In nearly 98% of the emails sent, the email open is occurring on only one type of device – Knotice “Mobile email opens report 2nd half 2013” (2014).

Mobile readers who open emails a second time from their computer are 65% more likely to click through. – Campaign Monitor “Email interaction across mobile and desktop” (Q1 2014)

The Gmail App reaches 43.5% of the US smartphone users – Comscore“Reports January 2014 U.S. Smartphone Subscriber Market Share”

30% of consumers now read their email exclusively on mobile devicesYesmail “Email Compass: The Mobile Effect” (2013)

Tablets have more quick email readers; Ipad and Android tablets both show a higher percentage with a 0-3 seconds email read length. – Movable Ink “US Consumer Device Preference Report: Q1 2014″ (2014)

Android phone users spent the most time viewing emails. Android smartphone 40,62% of users spent 15 seconds or more viewing each message. Desktop users came in second, with 37,45% spending 15 seconds or more viewing an email. Movable Ink “US Consumer Device Preference Report: Q1 2014″ (2014)

Tablets have more quick email readers; Ipad (44,22%) and Android tablets (39,97%) both show a high percentage with a 0-3 seconds email read length. – Movable Ink “US Consumer Device Preference Report: Q1 2014″ (2014)

The number of mobile e-mail users is predicted to grow 28% in 2014 and 23% in 2015The Radicati Group “Email Statistics Report, 2013-2017″

In 2017 1.779 Million people will access email via their mobile device.- The Radicati Group “Email Statistics Report, 2013-2017″

68% of UK smartphone owners used their device to check email in the past 30 days. Only text messaging was more popular (92%) Nielsen – “The mobile Consumer” (Feb 2013)

The percentage of people that use on E-mail on their smartphone is very different per country. Ranging from 75% in the last month in US, to 17% in India Nielsen – “The mobile Consumer” (Feb 2013)

78% Of US Email Users Will Also Access Their Emails Via Mobile By 2017Forrester Research “Email Marketing Forecast 2012 – 2017″ (2012)

The financial industry consistantly shows less mobile opens than other industries – Inbox Marketer “Mobile vs Desktop” (2013)

The total (non-unique) Mobile Email open and click rates differ very heavily per industry, with relative differences over 200% and more. Consumer services has the highest average percentage of total opens on phones with 42.96%.Health Care (20.65%), Consumer products (26,41%) and Associations (24.95%) display the lowest mobile open rates. – Knotice “Mobile email opens report 2nd half 2013” (2014).

Desktop clients show a consistently higher CTO rate than Phones. Tablets outperform Phones when it comes to CTO. – Knotice “Mobile email opens report 2nd half 2013” (2014).


Earlier stats: 2nd half 2011 | 1st half 2012 | 1st half 2012

36% of respondents check email, social media and texts before doing anything else after they wake up, 21% check their email before breakfastAcxiom Digital Impact “2013 Consumer Digital Study”

32% often reads email on their smartphone during the weekend, 31% sometimes reads their mobile email on weekends. – Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

54% reads email on their smartphone just before they go to bed sometimes or even often- Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

49% reads email on their smartphone immediately when they wake up sometimes or even often. – Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

91% of consumers check email on their mobile phones – Acxiom Digital Impact “2013 Consumer Digital Study”

79% uses their smartphone for reading email, a higher percentage than those who used it for making calls. Adobe – “2013 Digital Publishing Report: Retail Apps & Buying Habits” (2013)

There is probably an Android smartphone email user in your database for each iOS smartphone user you identified. 52,5% of smartphone users own an Android device Brightwave Marketing – “Ignore Droid at your own Risk” (2013)

91% of consumers check their email at least once per day on their smartphone, making it the most used functionality ExactTarget “Mobile Behavior report” (2014)

57% said that email is a smartphone app they can’t go without — not even for one day. Other critical mobile apps: Facebook (41%) and alarm clock (31%). Apigee – “Mobile App Behavior survey” (2013)

50,8% of girls age 17-24 say email is the first thing they check online. and 55,4% check their phone first thing in the morning. Hercampus – “Ultimate college life survey” (2013)

55,6% of girls age 17-24 check their email constantly (on their phone) Hercampus – “Ultimate college life survey” (2013)

16,3% of girls age 17-24 check more than 5x per day, 16% 3-4 times per day and 10,6% 1 to 2 times per day. – Hercampus – “Ultimate college life survey” (2013)

52% of companies let people sign up for email or text Alerts about products and offers as a path to purchase in mobile. Chief Marketer – “2012 Mobile Marketing Survey” (2012)

mobile email marketing by gender

Did you know that there are differences per gender in how they treat their mobile email?

74% of women use Gmail for Android, 62% of men instead of their default Android email client – Brightwave Marketing “Ignore Droid at your own Risk” (2013)

Email is the number one most popular activity on a smartphone, 78% check email on their mobile phone. IDC and Facebook – “Always Connected” (2013)

Men open 20% more emails on mobile, but WOMEN click 10% more often on mobile e-mail TailoredMail – “It’s time to wake up and mobilize!” (2012)

Mobile email revenue and Purchases

Mobile purchasing decisions are most influenced by Emails from companies (71%) only surpassed by the influence of Friends (87%). – Adobe “2013 Digital Publishing Report: Retail Apps & Buying Habits”

On mobile phones, email marketing generated 26.7% of sales, compared to 20.9% on desktop and 23.1% on tablet. – Custora “E-commerce Pulse Mobile report” (2014)

Email is the second biggest driver of revenue, both on mobile phones and on tablets. – Custora “E-commerce Pulse Mobile report” (2014)

The UK is the European capital of m-commerce, with 10% saying their smartphone is their main method of shopping. – Ipsos Public Affairs “Vouchercode survey” (2013)

46% says if Newsletters are too poorly designed to be read on a smartphone, it reduces the chance they buy something from the vendor – Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

56% of mobile online sales originating from a marketing email take place on an iPad. Yesmail – “Email marketing compass: consumer purchase behaviour” (2013)

Women have a stronger preference for converting on tablets, with 18% of conversions, compared to 13% for men. Liveintent – “Email Everywhere: Adapting to the Mobile Nature of Email Q1 2014 Report” (2014)

Overall, 16% of US smartphone owners say they have complete at least one purchase as a direct result of a marketing message they received on their smartphone (including other channels like sms and aps). -  ExactTarget “Mobile Dependence” (2011).

Conversions on phones are 43% for age group 18-20 and only 10% for age group 65+. Email opens on phones are 51% for age group 18-20 and only 13% for age group 65+. Opens and conversions on phones decrease the older the age group is. Liveintent – “Email Everywhere: Adapting to the Mobile Nature of Email Q1 2014 Report” (2014)

Over 70% of mobile purchasing decisions are influenced by promotional emails.Yesmail “Consumer Online Behavior Report: Digital Marketing Strategies” (2013)

Revenue per mobile click is almost double that of a desktop click. Yesmail – “Email marketing compass: consumer purchase behaviour” (2013)

The iPhone accounts for 26% of mobile email purchases; Android smartphones for 18% Yesmail – “Email marketing compass: consumer purchase behaviour” (2013)

More than one-half (56%) of US consumers who have made at least one purchase using their smartphone have done so in response to a marketing message delivered via mobile email -  ExactTarget “Mobile Dependence” (2011).

9% of smartphone time is spend on emailExperian Marketing services “Simmons Connect panel data” (2013)

Mobile email accounts for 5,1 minutes of smartphone use per dayExperian Marketing services “Simmons Connect panel data” (2013)

With 38%, an interesting subjectline is the most important reason for opening email on your mobile phone, while saving time is least important with 23% STEEL – “Are your emails ready for mobile devices?” (2012)

Users who have recently read email on their mobile will do so again about 45% of the time – Litmus “Saving Email for Later: Opens Across Devices & Environments” (2012)

43% of mobile email users check email four or more times per day, compared to 29% of those who do not use mobile email. – Merkle “View From the Digital Inbox 2011″ (2011)

3.3% of users view a single email in more than one environment (both mobile and either desktop or webmail) – Litmus “Saving Email for Later: Opens Across Devices & Environments” (2012)

45% of holiday season emails are being opened on mobile – up slightly from before the season began – Experian – Hot holiday trends (2012)

Christmas is a tablet heavy holiday period with 20,10% of emails being read on a tablet. – Movable Ink “US Consumer Device Preference Report: Q4 2013″ (2014)

During thanksgiving, 59% of emails are shown on a smartphone. Cyber Monday shows a much bigger percentage of desktop opens than other holidays with 40,15%. – Movable Ink “US Consumer Device Preference Report: Q4 2013″ (2014)

More than 35% of UK smartphone users check their work email address in their free time. 10% do so while on holidays – Firstsource Solutions (July 2011)

57% of smartphone and tablet owners checked email while watching a TV program. 59% during commercials Nielssen – “State of the Media” (2011)

47,7% checks their e-mail while watching TV. Making it the 2nd most popular second screen activity just behind websurfing (49%) W3B-report – “Second Screen – Mediennutzung zwischen TV und Internet”(2014)

41.09% of emails are opened on a mobile operating system or device. – Knotice (2013)

mobile email stats first thing

77% of consumers without a Smartphone checks their email first thing in the morning. 61% of consumers with a smartphone does the same – ExactTarget “Subscribers, Fans, & Followers part 20″ (2013)

10% Of Ipad users say Mobile is their preferred device to read email and 9% for sending it. – Perion “iPad Owners Survey” (2013)

24% of companies uses email and non-mobile sign-ups as a metric to gauge mobile marketing success. Chief Marketer – “ 2012 Mobile Marketing Survey” (2012)

48% of marketers don’t know what percentage of their emails are read via a mobile device eConsultancy – “Email Marketing Industry Census” (2012)

39% had no strategy for mobile email. eConsultancy – “Email Marketing Industry Census” (2012)


Mobile Email usage varies with the day of the week. With more than average number of opens on Friday, the mobile email is most often used in the weekend. – Return Path “The future of mobile messaging” (2011)

80% of consumers finds reading marketing emails on their mobile less easy than on a PC.
- Edialog “The future of mobile messaging” (2011) Most common complaints were:
* having to scroll across a page to read all the information (15%),
* too much textual content (9%),
* images not rendering properly (8%)
* and a failure for all the information to download (7%).

62% believes that newsletters aren’t really easy to read on a smartphone’s screen – Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

28% states that difficulty to read the landingpage is a reason for them not to click on an email on their smartphones – Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

29% states uninteresting content is a reason for them not to click on a mobile email marketing message- Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

mobile email preferences edialog

Special offers (27%), vouchers (21%) and realtime tracking (21%) are most preferred email types to receive on mobile. Newsletters are the fifth most preferred type with 12% of respondents saying they like to view that email type on their mobile the most. - Edialog “The future of mobile messaging” (2011)


If an email does not display correctly, 69,7% wil delete it immediately. BlueHornet “Consumer Views of Email Marketing” (2012)

Mobile email optimization

Responsive design (18%) is more popular than mobile aware design (16%) as a mobile email optimization technique. – Exact Target “The growing adoption of mobile friendly design” (2014)

72% of enterprise email marketers say they are using Responsive design, 27% say they plan or would like to. – Forrester Research “Global Email Marketing Customer Reference Online Survey” (2014)

Desktop centric design is predicted to be less popular than responsive in December 2014, with only 30% of emails focussing on desktop first.Exact Target “The growing adoption of mobile friendly design” (2014)

24% of companies aren’t optimizing their email creatives for mobile viewers in any way.Experian “Acquisition and engagement tactics” (dec 2012)

12% of companies use media queries to optimize email creatives for mobile. – Experian “Acquisition and engagement tactics” (dec 2012)

41% of brands send mobile friendly emails, however 75% use mobile friendly landingpages – ExactTarget “Mobile Friendly disconnects” (2014)

73% of brands that email at least daily send mobile friendly email – ExactTarget “Mobile Friendly disconnects” (2014)

37% of brands that email less than daily send mobile friendly email – ExactTarget “Mobile Friendly disconnects” (2014)

Reduce (30%) and Hide (26%) are the most popular mobile email design tactics for navigation bars. Reducing the number of nav items or hiding the navigation completely in retail emails when opened on mobile. – StyleCampaign “ Responsive email navigation” (Feb 2014)

Top to bottom (16%) and Shift (16%) are often used design patterns for mobile navigation bars. Moving the navigation from top to bottom or shifting them into place below logo instead of next to it when opened on mobile. – StyleCampaign “ Responsive email navigation” (Feb 2014)

Only 11,84% of newsletters use responsive design techniques to optimize their layouts for mobile devices. – Equinux (June 2013)

The time that passes between the sending of a marketing email and opening it is around 20% shorter on smartphones compared to computers and tablets. – Apsis “The email Barometer, Email on mobile devices” (2013)

18% of companies have changed the dimensions of email creatives to optimize for mobile. – Experian “Acquisition and engagement tactics” (dec 2012)

87% of online retailers reports that they optimized mobile email or are planning to this year Forrester and shop.org – The State of Retailing Online 2013: Marketing & Merchandising (2013).

Despite the fact 13% of execs are now primarily checking their email via a mobile device, less than half of websites/emails are optimized for customers to view or respond to via handheld resources – MarketingSherpa “Email Benchmark Report” (2012)

58% of marketers see Mobile smartphones and tablets affecting their email program in the next 12 months. Up from 46% a year earlier. – MarketingSherpa “Email Benchmark Report”(2013)

Party disclaimer:

Be sure to share at parties, but know that there are multiple ways of measuring the number of opens and marketsize of mobile email. You could measure all opens, unique opens or opens during a period of time (e.g. during a month)

Also the the average use of email on mobile devices isn’t the same as the use of mobile email for your target audience or email list. The only discussion and party safe mobile email stat, compiled out of all stats available is noted below.

Ultimate mobile email usage stat:

Mobile email will account for 15 to 70% of email opens, depending on your target audience, product and email type. eMailmonday - “the Ultimate mobile email stats” (2014)

Additional stats about email on mobile from 2010 / 2011

Typically more than 25% of email is read on a smartphone, on average it is 31% for us. Mailup – “Direct Marketing in a Mobile World: a Practical Guide”

75% of marketers are planning to add mobile to their marketing mix. This is not specifically email or advertising related.  Forrester Research – “2011 Mobile Marketing prediction” (2011)

16 to 26% of Europeans will check email on a mobile device once or more per day, depending on country. 26% (NL, DE) to 40% (UK, Italy) of Europeans check email on their mobile at least once a month. eCircle – “European Social Media and Email Marketing Study” (Dec 2010) See chart

17.71% of users will open email on a mobile device once or more per month. With iOs devices like iphone, ipad and ipod account for 16.01% and Android for 1,70%. These are non-exclusive stats, as many people use more than one emailclient. Campaignmonitor –”Email client popularity” (June 2011)

14% of companies and 24% of agencies are designing emails specifically for mobile – eConsultancy “Conversion Rate Optimization Report” (2011)

Redemption rates for mobile coupons are 10 times that of mail- or newspaper-distributed coupons. Borrell Associates – “The 2010 U.S. Local Mobile Advertising & Promotions Forecast” (april 2010)

5.3% of Mobile phone time is spent on Email/ IM if devided by Function. Nielssen – “State of the Media” (2011)

Iphone (71.98%), Ipad (14.95%) and Android (8.24%) are the biggest in the Mobile Email market.  See chart Campaignmonitor –”Email client popularity” (June 2011).

mobile_email_usage_correctedAfter correcting the Campaignmonitor numbers for automatic display of visuals, the corrected Email client popularity is Iphone (42,31%), Android (39,67%), Ipad (9,62%). MarketingXD – “Mobile is 4% of email, not 20″ (2011)

Year over year, we have seen a 132% increase in the number of emails being opened on mobile devices. Litmus– “Big thanks to Justine Jordan metrics”  (June 2011)

38,5% of mobile internet internet time is spent using mobile email. Nielsen – “Mobile Media View Internet” (May 2010)

82% of smartphone users check and send email with their device. Google – “The Mobile Movement” (April 2011)

Some 70 million US consumers accessed email through a mobile device, with 43.5 million doing so on a near-daily basis. Comscore– “Mediametrix”  (November 2010)

31.6% of US marketers said having an optimized mobile marketing experience for customers is important. – eROI “The Current State of Social, Mobile, & Email Integration” (2010)

22% of US marketers surveyed said that mobile marketing is “very important” to their overall marketing strategy; 26% said “important”; and 28% said “somewhat important.” Only 8 percent said mobile marketing is “not important.” -R2integrated “Mobile Media Survey” (2010)

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  • Betsy Weaver Ed.D.

    Can you shed some light on mobile email use and demographics who do it differ between inner city poor and inner city professionals middle class and above?

  • LaTonyaJohnson

    You rock Jordie!  Excellent article.

    • http://twitter.com/jvanrijn Jordie van Rijn

      Thanks LaTonya!

  • Eric Lepetit

    A lot of information here. And great info! Thanks for sharing. I will pick your brain.

    • http://twitter.com/jvanrijn Jordie van Rijn

      Perfect Eric, let the picking begin. 

  • T-nugent

    Dont get stat on Webmail–shouldn’t that be broken down by device used to view–mobile vs. desktop?

    • http://www.emailvendorselection.com Jordie van Rijn

      Ideally,
      yes. But those stats are simply not often measured and reported. If you come across any reports that do, please let me know, I will be happy to add that info.

  • Rr

    your ultimate stat is different at the top of the page vs the bottom of the page…is it 45% or 50%?

    • http://twitter.com/jvanrijn Jordie van Rijn

      It once was 25, then it became 35, then 45 and now we are at 50. :)

  • http://tribalstylemarketing.com/blog TribalStyleMarketing

    At first I was afraid, I was petrified, thinking I could never live without big pictures in my emails. 

    Today, with the Gmail & Yahoo apps, my email displays just fine.  All the hoopla about mObile emails has fallen to the wayside.  Sure, some pictures are too wide for my phone’s screen, so I just flip it to portrait mode & … voila!
     

  • http://twitter.com/nadworks Nadja von Massow

    The following statement is misleading:

    “More email is read Mobile than on a desktop email client or via webmail. Stats say 38% of email is now opened on a mobile device, with 33% for desktop and 29% for webmail.”

    “Webmail” can be checked on desktops or mobile devices equally. You cannot mix devices with email service providers.

    • http://www.emailvendorselection.com Jordie van Rijn

      Hi Nadja, to come back on that. Webmail clients can be accessed via mobile devices. Then would be called mobile-webmail. Those mobile-webmail numbers are generally  counted under mobile. I hope that clarifies it for you. 

      • porsche

        OK, so that makes the original statement even MORE misleading. That means that 62% of email is read on the desktop. It doesn’t matter at all whether it’s in a browser or an email client. It’s not even close. Desktop beats mobile by nearly 50%. “More email is read Mobile…” just isn’t true in any meaningful way.

        • http://www.emailvendorselection.com Jordie van Rijn

          Hi
          Porsche, The graphs are showing the
          difference in environments the email is read in. Traditionally these were desktop
          clients (outlook 2010, etc.) versus webmail (hotmail, gmail, etc), hence the
          split. The term “desktop client” doesn’t mean it is on a
          desktop, it could be on a laptop for instance. This is considered general knowledge amongst email marketers, but I hope that clarifies it even further.

  • http://www.mailaya.com/ mailaya

    thanks for sharing! always looking for interesting information on how to improve email marketing for mobile. 

  • Student

    May you tell me when, specifically, did you post this.

  • EngageBuilder

    EngageBuilder tracks mobile, pc and tablet opens and reports the name of the device. In addition to email marketing EngageBuilder offers a full suite of cross-marketing tools for mobile.

  • Peter Lightbody

    Thanks Jordie. This is an awesome compilation of statistics.

  • Nina

    Are these global stats, or for a specific region?

    • http://www.emailvendorselection.com Jordie van Rijn

      Hi Nina,

      It is a mix, some of them are global, ESP (email service provider) or industry dependent. The stats here are a compilation of “a lotta” research and studies.

  • Noya Lizor

    Great info here Jordie.

    Just a suggestion – it would be good if you could add the publishing date of the post somewhere so that if the stats are referenced on other blogs they can be attributed to this specific point in time. Or alternatively, maybe every time you add the relevant year at the end of a particular stat (as you have done throughout this post) you can also add the month, especially for recent stats (i.e. from this year). After all, a stat from Jan 2013 would most likely be very different in October 2013, but if it just says “2013″ then it could be a bit misleading.

    • http://www.emailvendorselection.com Jordie van Rijn

      Noya, thanks. I keep updating the post at the top (in the intro) I have the month I last added or changed the article (which is, this month! ).

  • http://www.oilyskinblog.com/ Livia Andrei

    Very well researched article. Well done! I would also add a few stats from a very funny slide share presentation.

    http://www.textmagic.com/blog/mobile-user-stats-every-successful-marketer-should-know/

  • hostgator

    Nice post . Thanks and great

    Skyle Rayne: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NYVjoVxW6I&feature=youtu.be

  • Bhupinder

    Great Article.
    It would be really nice to have some stats around the healthcare segment specially different healthcare segments.
    Thanks

  • Madie

    Great information! Very helpful! Can I use some of these for my presentation, Jordie? :)

  • paul babicki

    Jordie:
    A brilliant compilation, bravo!
    Paul Babicki
    Netiquette IQ

  • agvs

    The BlueHornet stat adds up to more than 100%. What are the correct numbers?

  • http://www.60SecondMarketer.com Jamie Turner

    Hey Jordie —

    What a pleasant surprise to do a Google search and to come across your excellent blog post. Great to see you’re doing well, my friend. No surprise that you’re providing great posts like this one!

    Keep up the good work.

    Cheers,
    Jamie Turner

  • Julie Fende

    I’m curious if you have any information pertaining to donations via emails viewed on mobile devices. I’m working with a non-profit that has very heavy email views on mobile, but not donation conversions. Great information and statistics!!

  • http://queaar.com Sujay Maheshwari

    Wow, how long did it take for you to put a great post like this?

    Certainly email has made it’s comeback .. thanks for smartphones.

    But also, marketers have become smart by leveraging platforms like Netcurate.com for smarter and relevant content sharing, which I guess was earlier missing in email marketing.

    It was more of one email for all – which was killing the effectiveness of Email Marketing.

    Thanks for sharing this post!

  • http://learnpostearn.com/ Tahir Taous

    According to some of most successful people online

    Neil Patel of quicksprout
    Jon Morrow of boostblogtraffic
    Nathanbarry
    People at fizzle.co

    who made 6 figures+ in one year, used email as primary channel to sell their products and services.

    All these people highly recommend to build an e-mail list to launch a successful blog or product and they also proved it.

    These Are just a few examples, there are a lot of people who make hundreds of thousands of dollars every year by selling products and services to their email subscribers.

  • http://twitter.com/davidhhendricks Dave Hendricks

    Hi Jordie – This looks like a bucket of random legos! I know that our stuff from 2 years ago isn’t worth mentioning since now we see between 48-52% of all email being opened on mobile. Mobile email consumption hasn’t yet reached 70% and it’s definitely not as low 35%. We are happy to provide more updated stats based on billions on messages a months, globally…

  • shankalay

    please man give me e&g mail facebook doing from this account your give me?

  • shankalay

    who? use is myanmar frount this group in the people?

  • http://www.60SecondMarketer.com Jamie Turner

    Great to hear from you, Jordie. I’ll be in London in late September/early October. If there’s another event to speak at in Amsterdam, just let me know! Cheers, Jamie

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