In the Email Addiction research we uncover how consumers use email and think about email marketing. We all want to know the views and behaviors of consumers that have the greatest impact on email marketing.
How can you stay on top of the ever-changing environment that is the inbox? And what about that thing called the customers' Mind-Box?! Come and step into the future of email marketing with our 7th annual review of email marketing trends and predictions.
Email marketing has always been Permission based, but is silently replaced with its brother; Tease Marketing, continuously building on a brand relationship based on mutual interest.
The challenge becomes presenting an – already in itself – appealing and attractive message. But how to benchmark your email marketing efforts to fit that new train of thought?
“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?
The field of Marketing Automation is growing at an astonishing rate. Looking for insight into the current state of Marketing Automation, the market and statistics on adoption and use, I compiled a list of all
How engaged are your customers with your brand? Most marketers have customer engagement listed as one of their top priorities. Engagement might even be the core of their email marketing strategy. Let look at the most profitable ways to measure and increase it.
A lot has been written about persuading consumers to click and buy. But what are the differences in B2B email marketing and what does a strong B2B email campaign make?
Especially when tapping into the strengths of B2B email marketing to promote your products and services, it is important to strike the right chord.