Last month, Entrepreneur Magazine published an article in which the author listed email marketing as one of five “refurbished classic” marketing techniques.
It’s a great article, and while we certainly agree with the “classic” part of that description, we’d argue that email marketing never really went away. Email is not a tired old solution that’s been refurbished for modern marketers; rather, it’s a powerful marketing tool that has evolved quite steadily since its inception in the early 1990s.
Google has made some recent changes to Gmail that may have an impact on your email marketing efforts (if they haven’t already). Read on to find out what you need to know!
It’s almost Halloween, and we have a treat for you!
Net Atlantic Founder and CEO Andrew Lutts has written a brand-new white paper: The Single Most Successful Email Marketing Business Model: The Magic of 3, Explored and Explained.
In this paper, Andy explains the most successful email marketing business model he’s come across in his more than 15 years of email marketing experience – and how to use that model to achieve greater success with your email campaigns.
It’s already time to wrap up our 4-part series on how to tweak your holiday email campaigns for your most successful season ever!
Here’s a quick review: In Part 1, we discussed the effectiveness of creating compelling subject lines and using personalization in your holiday emails. In Part 2, we talked about how to set the right goals for your holiday email campaigns. And, in Part 3, we reviewed how important the look and feel of your emails can be, especially during the holiday season. If you missed any of those posts, we encourage you to go back and give them a look.
Now, in Part 4, we’ll discuss why sending an email once is not enough if you want to reach as many of your subscribers as possible. Why? Read on to find out!
We hope you’ve been enjoying our series on how to tweak your holiday campaigns for success!
In Part 1, we talked about creating compelling subject lines and using personalization as a way to stand out in the inbox during the holidays. In Part 2, we discussed how to set the right goals for your holiday email campaigns.
Now, in Part 3, we’ll discuss why looks matter. No, we’re not being shallow! When it comes to email, the look and feel is very important – especially during the holiday season. Lending some visual pizzazz to your messages is a great way to let your subscribers know that you’re ready to help them celebrate.
So what’s the best way to show your readers that vibrant holiday spirit – without overshadowing your brand or distracting them from your call to action? Read on to find out!
We’re back with Part 2 of our 4-part series on tweaking your holiday email campaigns for extraordinary results!
In Part 1, we talked about the “usual suspects”: how to craft compelling subject lines and use personalization to get your subscribers’ attention during this very busy time of year. If you missed that post, you can read it here. And make sure you scroll all the way to the end – we included a handy list of key dates to help you with your holiday campaign planning!
And now, on to Part 2. It’s all about the importance of setting campaign goals before your emails go out, so you have a defined way to measure their success.
Ready? Get set… Goals!
The leaves are beginning to turn, the days are cool and crisp, and Halloween is right around the corner (a pretty big deal here in Salem, MA!). Autumn has arrived – and that means the holiday season is coming up fast.
We know all you experts are on top of your holiday email marketing strategy. But everyone could use a little help preparing for one of the busiest times of year, so we thought we’d post some tactical tweaks you can use to create campaigns that will really knock your customers’ socks off – and maybe win you some new ones, too.
Clickstream and interest tracking enable you to gain valuable insights into what visitors to your site are doing, and as a result, how effective your email campaigns really are. By applying this knowledge, you can craft more powerful campaigns – and see significant improvement in your results.
As part of Net Atlantic’s goal to promote a healthy work/life balance for our employees, we have a unique sabbatical program.
What’s a sabbatical? Well, once an employee has been with us for 7 years, they are able to take three months off to travel, focus on creative projects, take classes, volunteer, or use the time in whatever way will best help them restore their energy and refresh their perspective.
Is achieving your email marketing goals becoming more and more challenging? It might be time to take a look at whether your current ESP is still meeting your needs.
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