Email is conceptually brilliant: low cost, high speed, personal, dynamic, and interactive. But how do you know if you’re doing it well? How do you show your CFO that it’s really helping the bottom line? You can promise to prove how well email is increasing awareness, building interest, populating your sales cycle, and generating revenue. This is a book of proofs; about the ways and means that email can be put to the test and how an individual named Ed goes about demonstrating the power of email and pointing to specific results.
In the past 18 months, Desigual, the flamboyant and colorful Spanish fashion/retail brand, has seen mobile become the dominant platform for both web traffic and email opens, and become a major influence on offline sales.
Now that your reader has opened your email, what next? With email, you only have a few seconds -- and a few lines -- to grab your reader's attention and keep them reading. So how can you craft a hook that does just that?
When you understand the reasons why people open emails, it becomes very easy to write subject lines. Here are five psychology-based principles conversion copywriters use when creating subject lines that get opened.
If your company's email marketing campaign isn’t seeing success, you might want to rethink your strategy. Creating or updating your campaign to focus more on local marketing could be the answer you’ve been looking for.