The Email Engagement Challenge
Email marketing is an extremely valuable tactic for online marketers, and it’s only getting better: according to research firm eConsultancy, revenue from email marketing went up 28% in a single year. The companies who are sending effective messages that build email engagement are finding new prospects and nurturing existing ones down the sales funnel.
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While many organizations are embracing social media marketing, email still remains one of the most effective tools for ecommerce and subscriber engagement. However, in today’s increasingly growing networked economy, improving customer relationships requires that you interact with them via multiple customer-facing channels.
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I recently read a great article, Email is Still the Best Thing on the Internet, by Alexis C. Madrigal, about the history of email. What struck me was the realization that I was in the industry during that time and remember most of it. So as I read it, I really thought about how far email has come and how well it still plays into today’s current strategies, including multi-channel engagement.
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Evergreen content, defined as perpetually relevant, is always fresh, always worth reading and always worth sharing. This blog post, originally published in March of 2011, is just as relevant now as it was then. Newsletters speak directly to the need for you to
nurture your customers so they keep your company top of mind. Planning newsletters so they educate your customers will keep them coming back so that when they are ready to make that next purchase, you will be the de facto vendor.
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The days of blast and batch emails are long over. Now, the tendency for customers that receive generic, unfocused marketing messages is to hit the delete key without ever opening your email. You need to give the recipient a reason to open your email.
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Do you know that email has an ROI of 4,300%?1 As of 2014, 182.9 billion emails are sent/received per day, worldwide. 2
As a marketer, in verticals like Higher Education or Political, harnessing the power of email and combining it with Inbound Marketing practices allows you to guide your audience to specific, relevant content. Segmenting your audience based on demographic or behavioral data allows you to tailor your content so that it educates and nurtures them as they move from one stage to the next in their Buyer’s Journey.
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One of the biggest challenges marketers face is creating an ongoing dialog with their customers. They get caught in the trap of only sending emails to their customers when they have something new to sell. The truth is, continuous email engagement with your customers is key to building relationships and keeping your company front of mind. How do you create that ongoing dialog? What can you say that will make it easier for you to engage your customers with email?
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Internet Service Providers (ISPs) take email engagement very seriously. In fact, engagement metrics have become the leading determinant of whether an email message reaches your target’s inbox, bulk, or spam folder.
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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.
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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.
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