The ultimate goal of email marketing activities is the same for everybody — to get recipients to react to your newsletters; first – to intrigue them with your subject line, so they open the message; second – to engage them, so they don’t close and delete it the very moment it’s open, rather (at least) scan it and ultimately follow the call to action. How? Our new infographic includes valuable tips.
Going mobile is a must in 2014 – grabbing a share from a growing number of smartphone and tablet users sounds pretty exciting, doesn’t it? Feeling that you may need quick and easy-to-read guidelines, we bring you this latest infographic – 10 Dos of Mobile Email Marketing.
Landing pages are an essential part of digital marketing. If you’re not using landing pages yet, you’re most definitely wasting a big chunk of your ad spend and attention. Use this whitepaper to learn how landing pages work, how to use them, and how to build good ones.
GetResponse, in collaboration with SmartInsights, has conducted the largest global marketing research project in history and created the first report on email marketing excellence. Over 1800 surveyed marketers contributed to a study on the effectiveness of email marketing campaigns, enabling us to establish email marketing benchmarks and chart a path to new improvements. This report will help you review your strategic approach and take full advantage of the power of email marketing.
We analyzed over 300 million messages to determine the top times for open and click through rates. We also analyzed autoresponder email sequences to measure client engagement over time. All this to identify the best tactics for sending emails and provide guideposts to help you deploy the best strategies for your brand.
In this paper, we’ll explain the importance of the mobile design phenomenon. You’ll discover changes you can make in your email marketing program to help you stay ahead of the game and make the most out of this unstoppable trend — the mobile revolution.
Mobile email optimization might seem intimidating, but, as the smartphone market continues to grow, so will the need for email marketing campaigns tailored to mobile screens. Since 2010, the number of smartphone owners using mobile Internet has grown 45%, and it’s showing no signs of stopping now.