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tactics Logos in Email - Another Way to Stop Spoofing

Interesting as BIMI is, Microsoft does not participate in the BIMI initiative. Instead, they have their own approach called “brand cards,” which serve much the same purpose without using DNS. Instead, businesses sign up with the Microsoft Business Profile program, which is currently in beta. When a company signed up, they give Microsoft a verified icon that is used by OWA in Office 365 and Outlook.com. As you can see below, the logos for Microsoft and Fitbit show up in OWA, which means that these [...] [more]
office365itpros.com    From

discussion Recycled spamtraps

Spamtraps strike fear into the heart of senders. They’ve turned into this monster metric that can make or break a marketing program. They’ve become a measure and a goal and I think some [...] [more]
wordtothewise.com    Deliverability

discussion Interview: How 250ok is Helping Marketers Optimize Email Performance

Being responsible for email deliverability, authentication, and reputation management isn’t something I enjoy about running an email program. But it is one of the areas I’m most serious about. Whether you are running a mature email program or in the early stages of building one for a growing business, you should strongly consider a proactive strategy for monitoring your inboxing placement rates, sender reputation, and subscriber engagement analytics. [...] [more]
medium.com    Tool, Deliverability

discussion newslettersguide.org: A 201 guide for everyone

The Shorenstein Center, Lenfest Institute, and digital consultancy/email gurus Yellow Brim teamed up to develop NewsletterGuide.org, a collection of questions to ask before building (or rebuilding) a newsletter, including these from Tim Grieve: Who’s your audience? How will you serve that audience? Why do we care about that audience? No, really, what’s the payoff? Who will write the newsletter? Who will do the design/development/production work required, and how will we pay for it? How will you promo [...] [more]
newsletterguide.org    Marketing

discussion Email marketing trends to expect in 2019

Many exciting trends and developments hit the world of email marketing in 2018 as email turned 40 years old – from the emergence of AMP for Gmail to mobile email reaching its long-awaited tipping point. As we head into 2019 and marketing budgets “refill,” it’s our chance to give our email programs a restart and refocus our efforts on innovation and speed to keep pace with the demanding customer. In 2019 we can expect consumer expectations for quality content to increase – it’s become an annual [...] [more]
marketingland.com    Trend

stats Q3 2018 Email and Mobile Benchmark Report [PDF]

We’ve analyzed email and mobile trends, as well as key performance indicators (KPIs), by collecting third quarter data from North American clients. Our quarterly benchmark report lets you compare your email and mobile campaigns and programs to those of your peers. Email volume rose by 5% in the third quarter — and there was a 12.3% decline in unsubscribe rates to 0.08% [...] [more]
cheetahdigital.com    Mobile, Study

stats 2018 State of Email Analytics: The Metrics Brands Measure and the Impact of Third-Party Analytics [PDF]

Brands use analytics to listen to what their subscribers and inbox providers are telling them. Without analytics, brands are deaf to both their cheers of happiness and their shouts of frustration. Based on our State of Email Survey of 3,000 marketers, our first-ever State of Email Analytics report takes a detailed look at the email metrics brands measure, the analytics tools they use, and the impact of the two of those on program performance. [...] [more] 
pardot.com    Intelligence, Study

stats Lifecycle Benchmark - Insights on new subscriber engagement throughout the first year [PDF]

In this report, we take a look at how new subscribers interact with an email program throughout the first year of their relationship with a brand. We assign different metrics to each stage to measure how well marketers are able to acquire, onboard, engage, and retain their new customers throughout the first year. Use these metrics to evaluate your own program and identify areas where you may need to improve. [...] [more] 
returnpath.com    Marketing, Segmentation, Study

tactics How to Use Gmail Actions in Your Email Program

What are Gmail actions? We’ve all seen them in our inboxes–those little grey buttons on the right side of email subject lines that provide a direct route to that email’s call to action without having to open the actual email. We see call outs like, “View order” or “Track package.” Gmail actions enable recipients to interact with your product or service from right within the inbox and without opening the email if they don’t need to (fewer steps means less friction). Gmail actions are a small advanceme [...] [more]
sendgrid.com    Listbuilding, Subjectline, Clickrate

stats Q2 2018 Email & Mobile Benchmark Report [PDF]

We’ve analyzed major email marketing and mobile trends and key performance indicators (KPIs) by collecting data from North American clients. Our quarterly benchmark report gives you the opportunity to compare your email and mobile campaigns and programs to your peers. The 2018 Q2 Email and Mobile Benchmark Report includes: Revenue per email, Open, click to-open, and unique click rate analysis, Transaction and transaction to click rates Average order values, [...] [more]
cheetahdigital.com    Study

discussion How to Program Your Job

In 2016, an anonymous confession appeared on Reddit: “From around six years ago up until now, I have done nothing at work.” As far as office confessions go, that might seem pretty tepid. But this coder, posting as FiletOFish1066, said he worked for a well-known tech company, and he really meant nothing. He wrote that within eight months of arriving on the quality-assurance job, he had fully automated his entire workload. “I am not joking. For 40 hours each week, I go to work, play League of Legends [...] [more]
theatlantic.com    Automation, Marketing

discussion The 10 different hats email marketers wear

Getting into email marketing occurs almost by accident. There aren’t any organized degree programs that teach you all that you need to know about email marketing. Most practitioners I know, including [...] [more]
medium.com    Marketing

strategy The Ultimate Email Trigger Report: 12 Triggers That Boost Revenue [PDF]

Triggered campaigns use a variety of different data points to deploy a message. For example, welcome emails are informed by the date/time a subscriber first opted into a marketer’s mailing program, abandoned cart emails are sent if a consumer does not complete her purchase after she’s placed an item in her shopping cart, birthday emails use date of birth as the message trigger, and so on. Moreover, the same data point can often be used for a number of different triggered messages that help keep [...] [more] 
yesmail.com    Automation, Study

discussion The ROI for Email Marketing: The Good News and the Bad News

Marketers who described their email marketing programs as unsophisticated reported an email marketing ROI of 44:1 on average. Programs of average sophistication reported an ROI of 40:1. And sophisticated email marketing programs reported an ROI of 38:1. The more sophisticated programs show a clear shift in focus from maximizing return rates to maximizing overall returns, which is what you want from a business standpoint. Who cares if the next $500,000 investment you make in your email program [...] [more]
litmus.com    Marketing, Study

discussion 8 Jahre nach Gmail: GMX & Web.de stellen sortierten Posteingang vor

Acht Jahre nachdem Gmail die “Priority Inbox” eingeführt hat, ziehen nun GMX und Web.de nach: Bei den hiesigen Webmail-Anbietern lassen sich künftig E-Mails wie bei Gmail automatisch in bestimmte Kategorien, wie beispielsweise “Termine” oder “Verträge”, einsortieren. Auch E-Mails von Online-Snops sollen automatisch erkannt und Sendungsverläufe künftig in Echtzeit angezeigt werden: Das Testprogramm mit zunächst einer [...] [more]
emailmarketingblog.de    Marketing, Trend
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