To most beginning marketers, building a list of engaged contacts might seem like one of the most challenging marketing goals. But it doesn’t have to be a chore, as long as you stick to some simple rules. Today’s infographic will provide you with quick action ideas on where to start.
With 191.4 billion emails sent daily around the world, grabbing your customers’ attention with your message can be a shot in the dark. One of the most effective strategies emerging in global marketing is to use content marketing for your newsletters. Today’s infographic will tell you why it’s worth it.
As consumers become pickier about offers, and competition gets fiercer every year, your arsenal of marketing strategies shrinks and forces you to start thinking outside the box. However there’s one tactic that — if done right — can be the key to your customers’ hearts, minds, and wallets.
Increasingly, consumers base their buying decisions on the hands-on experiences of other users. You can position your brand as trustworthy and reliable by encouraging customers to review and rank your services and products. Our new infographic provides more insights on how to leverage reviews.
Despite the fact that email remains the most profitable marketing channel, with users spending an average of 7.8 hours a week at their inbox, growing a high-quality email list is ranked as one of the toughest challenges in email marketing. Today’s infographic from GetResponse provides you with a handful of ideas to kick-start your list building using tried-and-true tactics.
Receiving a bonus, a freebie or a reward is one of the most important reasons for people to sign up for a newsletter. And as you can see in GetResponse latest infographic – incentivising subscription can be an effective way to build your email list. How to do it right? Just take a look.
When getting started with your email marketing campaigns, you may focus on single newsletters, but that won’t be enough. To establish a long-term relationship with your customers and prospect, you need an email autoresponder. This infographic explains what email autoresponders are and how they can improve your email marketing activities.
Ever wonder why people unsubscribe from your email list as fast as they sign up? Our new GetResponse infographic presents some of the most common reasons, along with strategies for preventing unsubscribes.
The ultimate goal of email marketing activities is the same for everybody — to get recipients to react to your newsletters; first – to intrigue them with your subject line, so they open the message; second – to engage them, so they don’t close and delete it the very moment it’s open, rather (at least) scan it and ultimately follow the call to action. How? Our new infographic includes valuable tips.
Going mobile is a must in 2014 – grabbing a share from a growing number of smartphone and tablet users sounds pretty exciting, doesn’t it? Feeling that you may need quick and easy-to-read guidelines, we bring you this latest infographic – 10 Dos of Mobile Email Marketing.
We analyzed over 300 million messages to determine the top times for open and click through rates. We also analyzed autoresponder email sequences to measure client engagement over time. All this to identify the best tactics for sending emails and provide guideposts to help you deploy the best strategies for your brand.
Mobile email optimization might seem intimidating, but, as the smartphone market continues to grow, so will the need for email marketing campaigns tailored to mobile screens. Since 2010, the number of smartphone owners using mobile Internet has grown 45%, and it’s showing no signs of stopping now.
As email marketers, we’re always working to stay on peoples’ short list of emails worth opening. The best way to make that list is to create irresistible content, but there is another proven way to get more opens and engagement from the emails you send: Pick the right time to send them.
A few weeks ago we published a free whitepaper that described ways to improve your inbox delivery. It was so popular that we decided our users might like a handier format, so we created a shorter version of the 10 steps that are absolutely essential to your deliverability success. Keep it handy and use when needed!