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….
In life you say “Live and learn”, in email marketing that is rather test and learn. A/B split testing is a proven way to optimize your email marketing.Even though companies know they should be testing and optimizing their email marketing more, they don’t. Sometimes that is for valid reasons, often it is not.
I had the pleasure to record a video call with the lovely Pelpina Trip. She asked me for some practical emailmarketing tips. So I gave them! We discussed how to make sure people click through on your emails. reaching your target audiences with newsletters and saving time while marketing. Enjoy!
Take a step back. A critical look at your email marketing program can be very fruitful. Just like a car, it needs to be checked every once in a while. Fine-tuned, new oil, that headlight fixed. Most senior email marketers know this. But when do you know it is time to do that checkup? Here
When Google first started working on their Priority Inbox, they released a whitepaper on (a part of) the inner workings and sorting in the Gmail client. As you might know, the priority inbox tries to learn what you think are important messages. Based on those learnings, it puts the most important mail at the top
Email marketing split testing is a great way to increase your results. Send out different versions of an email and continue use the version that shows the most marketing muscle. Marketers know they should be testing and optimizing their email newsletters, but often they aren’t. MarketingSherpa reported that 58% of email marketers don’t do any