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discussion Sailthru Retail Personalization Index [PDF]

Personalization is a game-charger for marketers, but executing it is easier said than done. That’s why we launched our first Retail Personalization Index last year. We surveyed 13,000 consumers and based on their responses, we developed a proprietary methodology for experiencing and evaluating 100 global retail and ecommerce brands. [...] [more]
sailthru.com    Gallery, Customization, Study

discussion Making AI accessible for everyone

Our mission here at ReSci is to make artificial intelligence accessible and usable for brands. We believe that everyone should have access to the predictive capabilities that have made companies like Amazon and Netflix into the powerhouses they are today. So how did we seek to do this? We had proven data science models that worked, and we ran constant validation tests to prove it. But it was difficult for marketers to do something with this information, never mind attempting to apply it to marketing [...] [more]
retentionscience.com    Intelligence

discussion What I Learned Analyzing 60 Days of Emails from a Fast-Growing Ecommerce Brand [GFX]

Email marketing can (and should) be so much more than sending your email subscribers a 10% off discount code once in a while. The best email marketing takes the form of long-term journeys where each email sent builds trust in the brand and demand for the products. After all, you can’t keep the focus and attention of your customers and subscribers if you only send email blasts looking for short-term returns. [...] [more]
shopify.com    Automation, Gallery

discussion Doing an ESP RFP: Improving Your Vendor Selection Process

How should your ESP RFP process go? Which ESP candidates should you include? What questions should you ask? To answer those questions and more, Litmus reached out to email experts at Marketing Democracy, BrightWave Marketing, DEG, Trendline Interactive, emailvendorselection.com, Laughlin Constable, and Red Pill Email. [...] [more]
litmus.com    ESP, Study

discussion ESP Marketing Stacks - Dead, Dying or Vibrant?

One of the interesting developments in Martech has been the emergence of the ESP-centric marketing stack. Companies start off as email service providers then – because they have PII – start to say things like “wouldn’t it be great if we got customers to put ALL of their touchpoint efforts under one roof…let’s start gobbling up companies!” Companies then spend a lot of effort developing PowerPoints and videos that show a multi-touch, multi-channel customer marketing effort with customers so happy that [...] [more]
onlyinfluencers.com    ESP

discussion Deliverability.TV – Episode 026: “GDPR + 90 days” with Mathias Ullrich [VID]

In this episode Florian & Anthony are joined alongside Mathias Ullrich to discuss the impact of GDPR 90 days on. One point discussed is the court case with Max Schrem against Facebook & Google What has the impact been? and what should we expect next? Check it out to find out. [...] [more]
inboxplacement.com    Law

discussion Yahoo's Interested In You: Email Scanning Draws New Fire

Oath’s practice of scanning emails to feed advertising received new attention on Tuesday with the publication of a story in The Wall Street Journal. The Journal reports that Yahoo is now “actively pitching advertisers on its ability to plumb Yahoo Mail inboxes for valuable information,” despite the fact that Silicon Valley largely frowns on this activity. [...] [more]
mediapost.com    Marketing

discussion Email Deliverability Best Practices in the Age of GDPR [VID]

Today’s consumers prefer shopping online, and many have become avid Amazon shoppers. Yet with a new phone notification or TV show quickly distracting your customers, it’s important to have a digital marketing strategy that engages them in real time with personalized content. Having a strategy like this in place is essential to retain, grow, and acquire customers. In fact, 74% of consumers get frustrated when they receive messages that have nothing to do with their interests. By automating personalize [...] [more]
youtube.com    Law, Deliverability

discussion What Dangers Are Lurking in Your Tech Stack? [PDF]

Some marketers wear a complex, towering tech stack as a badge of honor. A giant stack is nothing to be proud of, though. In fact, it’s inefficient, expensive, and introduces immense organizational risk. In this whitepaper, we’ll get into why you should use caution when constructing your tech stack. We’ll also propose some ways to avoid the common mistakes today’s marketing leaders make when it comes to technology. [...] [more] 
emarsys.com    Marketing

discussion Reporting Litmus Live London

A one day conference dedicated to email marketing; with sessions covering innovative email development techniques, responsive design, content creation, testing strategy, production processes and [...] [more]
medium.com    Event, Design

discussion 8 Epic Email Newsletters with Killer Content to Inspire your Email Marketing Efforts [GFX]

The following is a guest post by Filza Naveed, Content Marketing Specialist at ContactMonkey. Having a compelling email newsletter that really grabs the attention of the reader, without them being forced to hit the delete button has become increasingly important. In an age where you’re now competing with Snapchat stories and Instagram videos for a viewer’s … Continue reading "8 Epic Email Newsletters with Killer Content to Inspire your Email Marketing Efforts" [...] [more]
stripo.email    Gallery

discussion 8 Reasons NOT to Use Send Time Optimization

It’s no secret I’m a big fan of using machine learning to improve the email experience for marketers, salespeople and their customers. But the truth is, send time optimization is NOT for everybody. [...] [more]
theseventhsense.com    Sendtime

discussion Imitation vs Stealing: An important topic for the #emailgeek community

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but when does imitation turn into stealing? And when is it ok to borrow a piece of code or draw inspiration from a beautiful email design? These are some pretty tough questions that don’t necessarily have clear answers. Nevertheless, it’s a topic [...] [more]
curated.email    Design

discussion Guidelines For Ab Testing

1) Have one key metric for your experiment. You can (and should!) monitor multiple metrics to make sure you don’t accidentally tank them, but you should have one as a goal. Revenue is probably the wrong metric to pick. It is likely a very skewed distribution which makes traditional statistics tests behave poorly. See my discussion in my A/B testing talk (around the 23-minute mark). I generally recommend proportion metrics. First, you often you care more about the number of people doing something than [...] [more]
hookedondata.org    Test

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
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