Rolling Out a Successful Lifecycle Marketing Campaign

Rolling Out a Successful Lifecycle Marketing Campaign

Not too long ago, one of our clients was asking about the best way to roll out a lifecycle marketing campaign (LCM or drip). For those of you who are not aware of what an LCM campaign is – it is an email marketing technique for sending multiple messages to a group of subscribers in an automated fashion. This client’s goal was to increase qualified leads in order to boost sales.

You Snooze. You Win!

You Snooze. You Win!Mailing List Subscription Manager: Temporary Delivery Suspension

Subscribers may want to temporarily stop receiving emails for a variety of reasons. So, the more choices you can provide to them, the more likely you are to address their varying needs. By providing subscribers the ability to pause emails from your brand, you not only keep the subscriber on your list, you decrease your number of unsubscribes.

Net Atlantic knows how valuable subscribers are to the success of their clients’ email campaigns. That’s why we’re so excited about a new “Snooze” feature we developed, which enables you to let contacts take a temporary break from receiving emails instead of opting out of your campaigns completely. To be a successful marketer, you need to show your subscribers that you’re taking their preferences into account. When you give your subscribers control over their email subscriptions, you’re able to retain more of them! The “Snooze” feature makes it clear that they can do something besides opting out of your communications.

Discover why email is at the core of a multi-channel marketing strategy.

Forbes.com confirms what we at Net Atlantic already know, email is, was, and will continue to be the core driver of customer engagement. Simms Jenkins, CEO of BrightWave Marketing and author of The New Inbox: Why Email Marketing Is the Digital Marketing Hub in a Social and Mobile World acknowledges that social media is a valuable tool, but it’s not the most effective way to drive sales. “If you have just one bullet left in your gun to sell something, then email should always be that bullet.”

Today’s consumers, in both the B2B and B2C markets, are entrenched in a multifaceted online universe. Information is coming to them from many sources-websites, social, mobile, texts and tweets, press releases, blogs and online ads. The trick is to drive your customers to your content. The information is static until you give them a reason and a mechanism to explore your piece of the universe. What’s the trick? Why, it’s email, of course! Email plays a key role in driving traffic to all other channels.

9 Tips for Keeping a Healthy Email List

According to MarketingSherpa, the average email list depreciates by 25% every year. To improve email deliverability you need to scrub your email list to reduce duplicate, invalid, dead, and bogus emails. Like a good spring and fall cleaning, scrub your list every six months to keep your email list healthy.

Follow these 9 tips for keeping a healthy email list:

Tip #1 – Don’t purchase lists. Don’t purchase lists from third parties. Sure, it has short term benefits but it negatively affects your delivery and sender reputation in the long-run. Recipients are much more likely to hit the “spam” button when they receive email from an unknown source. Very few good leads or good results come from purchased lists.

Tip #2 – Remove alias emails. Alias addresses are things like contact@company.com or support@company.com. Many ESPs are not successful at delivering to these types of addresses because not all of the email addresses associated with the alias has opted in to receive communication from you.

Tip #3 – Keep your suppression list. List suppression means that subscribers have been added to the list because they have been unsubscribed, or emails sent to the email address have bounced. With these inactive subscribers flagged in your account as “suppressed,” it prevents any further emails being sent to them.

5 Ways to Segment Your Email List

5 Ways to Segment Your Email List

You know segmenting your email list can bring you exponentially better results by improving deliverability and increasing click-through and conversion rates. And you know that more and more consumers expect to receive emails that are personalized and tailored to their interests. But maybe you’re not sure where to start, because there are so many ways to “slice and dice” subscriber information.

Fear not: We’re here to help!

Mastering the basics of email marketing

Most of us are fully aware of the fundamentals of email marketing, and can execute an effective campaign pretty well. And when things are going smoothly, many of us stop thinking about how to improve our processes–you know, the old, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality.

But improving your current skills and processes can be the difference between good campaigns and great ones: campaigns that win you lots of new subscribers and even new customers.