Published By: WhatCounts
Published Date: Apr 30, 2010
There's no reason overseeing and managing a million-plus subscriber email database should be a discombobulated and overbearing task. Start being an effective email marketer by creating a plan, brushing up on your skills, and cleaning house. Implementing these six simple tweaks will go a long way towards maximizing the return, response, and revenue from your email program.
We subscribed to the email lists of 50 brands in the Internet Retailer Top 1000 to see what type of personalization and triggered messages they use to entice customers back to their websites.
What you'll learn:
• How effectively brands are using customer data to nudge them back onto the purchase path.
• How triggered messages can better engage customers and keep them coming back.
• How browse and cart recovery can rescue revenue that would otherwise be lost.
To understand the state of email marketing, we examined the sophistication of organizations internal processes for email marketing, and how effectively and efficiently do those programs deliver relevant email.
We've broken down the 101 ways into 4 categories: Sign up URL placement, Advertisement Ideas, Promotional Ideas, and Getting Involved. Use a couple or use them all, but any are sure to add subscribers to your e-mail list!
For an email campaign to be successful, marketers must reach the right person at the right time, with the right offer. By learning the basics of deliverability, you're better prepared to build emails that will actually reach your potential customers.
From deliverability to conversion - the quality of your list underwrites your email marketing success. But it's not easy to build a great list, and it's no snap to maintain it. Five of the foremost experts in the field held a powwow; we share the resu
Email suppression lists are often created and maintained for one purpose: honoring the consumer’s opt out request and remaining CAN-SPAM compliant. While those are incredibly important, there are so many other ways that a suppression list can and should include. Take a look at our e-book to find out how you can use your suppression lists to increase your ROI.
Published By: Infacta
Published Date: Jan 22, 2007
Online consumers demand relevance, so list builders must focus on building large, highly-relevant lists rather than just gathering a bunch of email addresses. In this article, the author will discuss list size, registration methods, data collection and permission requirements.
Published By: Campaigner
Published Date: Jan 08, 2007
Email marketing is by far the best way to attract interest in, build desire for, and generate sales of your products and services. Without a well-managed opt-in email list, you can say goodbye to your email marketing investment. This white paper provides powerful tactics to help you grow bigger, better and more relevant opt-in lists - and turn your Web browsers into buyers.
Managing a sophisticated commerce marketing program requires more than a simple email marketing platform. Say goodbye to batch and blast messages and hello to relevance. Today's commerce marketers use an average of 7.2 marketing tactics to grow their business and keep shoppers coming back for more. Are you ready to add a few to your tool box?
To build or revamp your e-commerce program, you'll need tools to build subscriber lists in healthy ways, manage coupons, maximize transnational messages, and ping shoppers to remind them about whats waiting in their shopping cart. To stay ahead of the competition, you must also capture browse behavior and create triggered messages to nudge shoppers along in their buying journey, predict what a customer wants and recommend the right product. And, depending on your target audience, you may need to explore SMS.
Inside this collection of insightful case studies, you'll discover how companies like JetBlue, HealthConnect One, InfusionSoft, Lumension and GamersFirst significantly increased revenue and engagement by rethinking their email marketing programs.
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