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discussion Zendesk Onboarding Email Breakdown [GFX]

Unsurprisingly, Zendesk focuses on customer support and chatting with the team during its free trial email series. Zendesk sent nine emails, including one authentication message, during the 14-day [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, Gallery

social monday.com Onboarding Email Breakdown

During the 14-day free trial, I received eight emails, including the initial authentication message. All of the emails were time-based since I didn’t complete any action within my trial account that could have triggered action-based messages. It’s also interesting to note the send times of the emails. Many of the other onboarding series I’ve recorded have been delivered in the morning, but monday mostly sent emails at night. [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, B2B

tactics Salesforce Onboarding Email Breakdown – SaaS Onboarding Emails [GFX]

Salesforce is a big dog in the SaaS industry. Ever wondered how they tackle onboarding? Below we’ll break down the free trial onboarding series for Salesforce, one email at a time. Salesforce sent 6 [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, B2B, Gallery

tactics Shopify Onboarding Email Breakdown – SaaS Onboarding Emails [GFX]

Shopify makes setting up an online store easier. How far can a new user make it in 14 days? Below we’ll break down the free trial onboarding series for Salesforce, one email at a time. Over the [...] [more]
medium.com    Automation, B2B, Gallery

discussion Mailchimp rebrands as an anti-tech company

The marketing company Mailchimp, which today is announcing a complete rebrand, could have easily given up the quirkiness that defined its branding as a young company the way many other giants have. Instead, with the help of branding agency Collins, Mailchimp is doubling down. It’s keeping its logo-cum-mascot Freddie the Chimp, for starters, and using an analog typeface from the 1920s as its new typeface, and illustrating its new brand with a series of almost childlike drawings that look unpolished [...] [more]
fastcompany.com    ESP

discussion REI’s Purchase Email & Unboxing Experience [GFX]

Even though transactional emails see 8x more opens and clicks than any other type of email — and can generate 6x more revenue — it’s shocking to see how many companies fall short. In our unboxing blog series we take a look at the transactional emails of the biggest and most popular retailers. Join us to see what’s working, what’s not, and apply these learnings to your own transactional emails. Exploring REI. [...] [more]
mailcharts.com    Automation, Gallery

discussion Banana Republic’s Purchase Email & Unboxing Experience [GFX]

Even though transactional emails see 8x more opens and clicks than any other type of email — and can generate 6x more revenue — it’s shocking to see how many companies fall short. In our unboxing blog series we take a look at the transactional emails of the biggest and most popular retailers. Join us to see what’s working, what’s not, and apply these learnings to your own transactional emails. Thoughts on Banana Republic The Banana Republic Travel & Safari Clothing Company was a safari-themed [...] [more]
mailcharts.com    Gallery

tactics A 3 Step Abandoned Cart Series to Improve Cart Recovery

77% of online shopping carts are abandoned. That’s more than three-quarters. It’s 6 slices of an 8-slice pizza. When a website visitor puts an item into their cart, they announce their interest. They tell you that they’re just a single step away from buying—but there are a lot of things that can go wrong before that single step. [...] [more]
activecampaign.com    Automation, Conversionrate

law The Path to GDPR: Ask the Experts from Return Path [VID]

In our recent phenomenally successful webinar—The Path to GDPR: Ask the Experts from Return Path—we received a load of questions from both the webinar sign-ups, as well as during the webinar itself. We were able to answer a couple during the webinar but we wanted to address the rest of the great questions we received in this blog series. In the first post, we responded to questions about consent and legitimate interest and in our second post, we answered questions about re-permissioning. [...] [more]
youtube.com    Law

law ICO: Lawful basis interactive guidance tool

How does the ICO legal basis tool work? Much like the Information Commissioner’s Office GDPR Self Assessment, (which we thoroughly recommend if you’re starting out), the lawful basis interactive guidance tool takes you through a series of questions about the data subject and your situation. [...] [more]
ico.org.uk    Law, Tool

tactics Grid systems for email

Modular design systems have been prevalent in the email industry for a long time. They’re made up of a series of reusable modules that can be combined in various configurations. Basically no one wants to build endless one-offs and this streamlines the email creation process. Whilst 10?–?20 modules is fairly typical the largest we designed recently had 37. These systems can run quite large and involve a lot of information that needs to be organized in a consistent way. One change to my process that [...] [more]
stylecampaign.com    Design

stats The Best of the 2017 State of Email Survey Research Series

More than 3,500 marketers responded to Litmus’ 2017 State of Email Survey, which asked about all aspects of the email marketing program and powered a year-long series of reports, webinars, and blog posts. As we gear up to release the findings of our 2018 State of Email Survey, it seems like a fitting time to review the major findings from last year’s three major reports: [...] [more]
litmus.com    Study

stats Bluecore’s 2018 Retail Email Benchmark Report [PDF]

Bluecore has established a series of benchmarks for how different retail emails perform as part of healthy email marketing programs. These baseline findings include an overall look at email performance as well as selected breakdowns based on differences in average order value and retail vertical [...] [more] 
bluecore.com    Study

law GDPR Q&A: Third Party Data

Welcome to the fifth instalment of our GDPR Q&A series, where I'll be discussing the use of purchased or rented data under the GDPR. In previous blogs in this series, I've looked at how to decide whether to use single or double opt in and how to present privacy information on sign-up forms. [...] [more]
communicatorcorp.com    Law

discussion Round-up: The Future of Email

As you may already know, we have been running a series on ClickZ about the future of email marketing, featuring case studies, interviews, and insights into cutting-edge innovations taking place in the field. Here's a handy round-up of each article in the series. [...] [more]
clickz.com    Trend
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