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tactics Mit Emojis mehr Emotionen in Newslettern

Gerade in der nonverbalen Kommunikation ist es schwierig, Emotionen zu transportieren. So kann ein Satz schnell falsch verstanden werden. Eine ironische Anspielung wird dann z.B. irrtümlich als Beleidigung oder Vorwurf empfunden. Der Einsatz von Emojis lässt die eigentliche Intention hinter dem Geschriebenen klarer erkennen. Denn, wenn hinter einem Text ein Zwinker-Smiley steht, wird schnell klar, dass dieser nicht ganz so ernst gemeint ist. In unserem Beitrag finden Sie deshalb einige Beispiele, wie [...] [more]
agnitas.de    Subjectline

stats The Impact Of New Emojis In Email Subject Lines

We've conducted a survey to find out if emojis work on email subject lines and which new emoji generates the most engagement. This is what we discovered. [...] [more]
mailjet.com    Subjectline, Study

stats 254% more Engagement by using Emojis [PDF]

moji usage continues to rise. The average number of emojis used per message and the percentage of messages including at least one emoji both doubled in the past year. Emojis turbocharge push and email opens. In fact, the impact of emojis on push notification open rates is 3x higher compared to our earlier report. Can emojis lead to lasting retention? New data shows a correlation between emoji usage and a decrease in app uninstalls. [...] [more] 
leanplum.com    Subjectline, Multichannel, Study

tactics Essential guide to writing click-worthy subject lines [PDF]

You’ll find everything you need to know to write irresistible subject lines, including: When and how to use emojis to boost open rates. 15 mistakes to avoid at all costs. The ideal length of a top-performing subject line. Tactics to test and optimize messages. Easy ways to revitalize tired subject lines with just a few tweaks. Ways to avoid spam filters. Creative ideas for seasonal subject lines. Tricks of the trade from email professionals. [...] [more] 
verticalresponse.com    Subjectline

strategy How To Use Emojis In Email Subject Lines

How convenient it is to express yourself through emojis! Chatting has caused an increase in the use of emojis, and now we find ourselves in love with the idea of emojis everywhere. Why then should we avoid using emojis in email subject lines? A smiley emoji can convey that the mail is something to be happy about, and can just about increase the open rates for you. Emojis can express the content in the email in a better way, and attract the right set of audience. That’s why marketers are trying to fit [...] [more]
business2community.com    Subjectline

discussion The Laughing Emoji: Got It!

Earlier this year, Worldata CEO Jay Schwedelson reported that emoji use by emailers had increased 480% in one year. “We’re almost at 100% where every email client can show an emoji in a subject line,” he said. The findings about emojis were not the only revelations in this report. More pertinent, perhaps, is the finding that most communications channels have seen an increase in use over the last two years. [...] [more]
mediapost.com    Subjectline, Social, Study

discussion Emojis in email subject lines: smiley face, or smiley poop?

Emojis are in lots of subject lines these days. But do they work? We get asked this question all the time. Here’s what we learned about emojis by looking at >1.5m subject lines. Should we Emoji… or should we eNOji? Ever since the Oxford English Dictionary named the “Laughing face with tears of joy” as the word of the year in 2015, marketers have been all about emojis. And so you see them everywhere, because just because you can do it… you should do it. Right? [...] [more]
econsultancy.com    Subjectline, Study, Trend

discussion The best Halloween emails to hit our inboxes this month [GFX]

One of my favorite holidays of the year is quickly approaching, so for this edition of “Emails we love,” I thought it would be appropriate to highlight a few scary-good sends to hit my inbox these past few weeks. Here’s to proving that Halloween-themed email marketing can go beyond pumpkin emojis in subject lines. [...] [more]
myemma.com    Event, Gallery

discussion Emojis - Warum Newsletter jetzt Herzchen haben

Trotz Smartphone-Boom und Social Media erfreut sich E-Mail-Marketing kontinuierlicher Beliebtheit. Die Tools sind ausgereift, die Nutzungsquoten sind gleichbleibend hoch, auch auf dem Smartphone, und bei den Targeting-Taktiken gibt es jede Menge Best Practice. Es kommt also vor allem auf relevante Inhalte an und auf eine spannende Betreffzeile an. [...] [more]
etailment.de    Subjectline, Study, Trend

tactics The surprising power of subject line emojis – Daniel Betts – Medium

Result: The test went out to 25% of our prospect database, split evenly between the two subject lines. We had 9% more opens on the emoji subject line. Result. Despite the increase in opens, click data was largely the same – but at least we were getting in front of more eyes. [...] [more]
medium.com    Subjectline, Test

stats Should Indian Marketers use Emojis in Email Subject Lines? [PDF]

Our research led us to discover a lot more interesting things regarding emoji-usage in emails. A few interesting points include: 1) Objective Emojis (Aeroplane, star, Mobile, Beer etc.) are more popular than emoticons (Expressive Emojis like smiling, crying, laughing etc.) 2) Indian audience love to see emojis like: Trophy, Gift Box, Firework, Camera. Indian brands mostly focus on such unique emojis (unlike popular whatsapp emojis). 3) Flipkart is running ahead of all other eCommerce brands in India. [...] [more] 
kenscio.com    Subjectline, Study

stats Emoji Use in Email Subject Lines [PDF]

The emoji of a clinking champagne glass had a 9% read rate on New Year’s, far below the average for all other emojis studied by Return Path during the holiday. Emails with the wrench emoji in the subject line over Father’s Day, however, boosted read rates to 22%. Likewise, the lips emoji drove email engagement around Valentine’s Day and increased read rates to 24% when compared to text-only promotions. [...] [more] 
returnpath.com    Subjectline, Study

tactics 3 Ways Emojis Can Save Your User Retention

For mobile apps, message engagement is critical for retention. Push notifications are one of the best ways to keep your app top-of-mind. In fact, data has shown that app publishers who send push notifications can boost retention rates 20 percent, and 7x if they personalize those messages. But there’s another secret to push notification engagement that too often goes overlooked: emojis [...] [more]
kissmetrics.com    Subjectline, Study

discussion Future Trends in Email Marketing

In the year 2016, we experienced a surge in the use of interactivity in emails, rise in mobile-friendly, concise, and automated emails, and a lot of emojis in subject line & preview text – all of which was predicted by the Monks. So, what is it that email marketers should look forward to in the coming year? Inspired by the success of the 2016 predictions, the Monks, bring to you predictions for the future of email marketing in 2017. [...] [more]
emailmonks.com    Trend

tactics Emoji Support in Email: Can Your Subscribers See Them?

Emojis take the standard text smiley face and bring it to the next level. For any reaction, whether you’re happy, crying laughing, or relieved, emojis allow you to express how you’re feeling. And email marketers are feeling it. In the past year, emoji use in email has increased by 7,100%, according to Appboy. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Subjectline
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