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tactics Lead Score Like a Rock Star [PDF]

Lead scoring—either you rock, you suck, or you just aren’t doing it. If you’re like many small business owners we’ve worked with, you have leads, but you’re having trouble making sure you’re spending your time and resources on the ones most ready to buy. Nothing is more frustrating than wasting energy on cold leads. Part of the problem is that your marketing efforts may not be bringing the best leads to you and your team . It’s a common problem. [...] [more] 
infusionsoft.com    B2B

tactics Text-based vs Image-based Emails - Which One Does Better?

As you can see from the results, the click through rates do not vary as much as the open rates. One thing I found fascinating was Pinpointe campaigns had a higher click through rate on the image-based emails. After seeing these results, I reviewed all of the image-based vs text-based email split tests I had sent out from Pinpointe over the past year and this result was consistent. I have to wonder…is it because I’m sending these campaigns to other marketers who tend to be more visual? That would be [...] [more]
pinpointe.com    Design, Study, Test

discussion Google Postmaster bad IP reputation

There are widespread reports this morning (9/11/17) that Google postmaster tools is showing bad IP reputation for IPs starting on 9/9. This issue is affecting just about everyone. Looking through my client’s postmaster pages, I’m seeing red for IP reputation on every client. Even my clients with generally good reputation are seeing bad reputation since 9/9. [...] [more]
wordtothewise.com    Intelligence, Deliverability

tactics A Spotlight on Abandoned Shopping Cart Emails [GFX]

I’m sure most of us have been there. You’re shopping online and snapping up some bargains. You click here, you click there?—?adding all these great deals to your cart because?—?how can you not? But then you get to the checkout and reality sets in. Maybe you have to set up an account, or the shipping charges are through the roof, or you get distracted by the kids?—?and you completely forget about your order. The list goes on [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, Gallery, Conversionrate

discussion Exploring the Subject Line Series: Non-linguistic approach

oday’s article picks up on email open rate prediction. Which emails do you open? What influences your decision? Is it the subject line? Is it the timing? Is it a lot more? I’m setting out on a quest to discover what influences open rate prediction. I will be sharing what this road map brings back with you. I’d love to hear your comments, love to reply to questions, love to help out. I’m the outgoing type of data scientist, yes. [...] [more]
medium.com    Subjectline, Intelligence

tactics How to Build an Interactive Quiz in Email

Email on Acid sent a fun interactive email for the 4th of July featuring a "choose your adventure" format where the reader had a choice of sending an email without testing on Email on Acid or after testing. There were a few tricks in the email such as a ticking clock, but at the core the email uses a "quiz format" where successive pages are displayed based on a selection of options from a previous page within an email. Such a setup can accommodate a multitude of other interactive email scenarios that [...] [more]
emailonacid.com    Design

tactics Microsoft Interactive Email That Does Not Work on Microsoft Email Clients

I came across this interactive email featuring Microsoft Surface computers. The email uses an interactive accordion to display a list of Surface devices that expand and collapse when the recipient taps or clicks on an arrow within the accordion. I thought that this email was very well executed – it was simple and the interactivity enhanced the experience of the email. [...] [more]
freshinbox.com    Gallery, Design

 tactics CSS Support Guide for Email Clients

A complete breakdown of the CSS support for the most popular mobile, web and desktop email clients on the planet. [...] [more]
campaignmonitor.com    Design

stats The E-Commerce Benchmark KPI Study 2017: 15 Essential Takeaways

Wolfgang Digital analyzed 143 million website sessions and $531 million in online revenues to find out how e-commerce KPIs correlate to conversions and which metrics drive success. Email delivers three times as much revenue as Facebook on a last-click basis. Those who get more traffic from email also enjoy a higher AOV (0.24). [...] [more]
moz.com    Multichannel, Study

discussion Email Marketers React to Hurricane Harvey (Part 2) [GFX]

This is part 2 of a blog series that take a look at how email marketers have scrambled to adjust their email programs in the wake of the recent Hurricane Harvey catastrophe. We expect more companies, especially those based in Texas and Houston, will add hurricane- or relief-related messaging once they have time to come up with plans and email content. Here are some notable examples of hurricane-related emails sent since Hurricane Harvey blew ashore: [...] [more]
freshaddress.com    Gallery

discussion Why Email Is Dying And What You Can Do To Save It

There has been a lot of rumors going around that email marketing is dead or at least dying for a while now. So, is it worth putting any effort into email marketing or will the stone ages of digital marketing follow the Yellow Pages to near extinction? Email marketing has been the go to method to sending communications out to customers for decades now. When businesses started incorporating email marketing to their audience they would see that almost everyone who received their message would read it. [...] [more]
medium.com    Social

law GDPR requires privacy by design, but what is it and how can marketers comply?

Privacy by design is a fairly old concept in systems engineering and its general meaning is pretty obvious. Wikipedia describes it as "not about data protection" but rather "designing so data doesn't need protection," with the "root principle based on enabling service without data control transfer from the citizen to the system" (i.e. the citizen is not identifiable or recognizable). [...] [more]
econsultancy.com    Law

discussion Magic Quadrant for CRM Lead Management

The market for CRM lead management applications grew by 21.4% during 2016, with most interest from B2B companies and those selling B2C goods and services requiring complex buying decisions. We evaluate 15 vendors to help application leaders find the right choice for their marketing and sales teams. [...] [more]
gartner.com    Automation, B2B, ESP, Study

law GDPR Journal: What I’ve Learned Since Becoming A Data Protection Officer

In getting ready for GDPR and putting in place the measures to make Mailjet 100% compliant, one question I had to ask was: should we to nominate a DPO? [...] [more]
mailjet.com    Law

stats The benefits and challenges of marketing automation [PDF]

In the benef ts of marketing automation one clearly surpassed the others: almost 70 % of the respondents mentioned that the improved targeting of messages is the most important benef t of marketing automation. Other answers that stood out were improved customer experience (45,9 %), improved quality of leads (37,7 %) and an increased number of leads (34,9 %). [...] [more] 
lianatech.com    Automation, Study
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