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stats Your Email Marketing Metrics Are Wrong (And How to Fix Them)

I’m here to tell you that your email marketing metrics (or KPIs) are wrong. Your email opens and clicks are probably inflated by 50% or more. In fact, we’re finding that email marketing key performance indicators (KPIs) are becoming increasingly more unreliable as time goes on, rather than less. However, not all is doom and gloom; there are solutions to help alleviate this issue with email reporting, giving you a better sense of the truth. But be ready for a wake-up call on how well your emails are [...] [more]
medium.com    Marketing

discussion How to Bring Your Gmail Promotion Annotations To Life

Google’s mission is to sift through the ocean of data out there and bubble up the most critical information so you can find it more easily. They do that in their search results and they increasingly do that in Gmail, whether it’s through Gmail Highlights, featuring the “Top Deals” in the Promotions tab, or through their latest feature, Email Annotations. [...] [more]
oracle.com    Subjectline, Design, Marketing

antispam DANE as Basis for Secure Data Transmission of Emails [PDF]

The protection of your customer data is not only of the highest priority for you, but also for the email service provider that is sending on your behalf. Article 33 of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) stipulates what happens in the case of abreach involving personal data: In this case, the data controller (here, the companydoing the marketing) must inform the data subjects (customers whose data has been breached) [...] [more] 
certified-senders.org    Marketing

discussion Both Hansel and the new Really Good Emails are so hot right now

2014. It was the year of our lord, Two Thousand and Fourteen. That’s when ReallyGoodEmails.com poked its little gofer head up into the internet. It wasn’t some type of site that we spent months white-boarding, debating where to add text or buttons, figuring how to attract Monthly Active Users, or securing some of that cash-money from VCs. We knew we could get a few of our email friends to help us out because it was going to be good for the internet and we all love “good.” Since the beginning, RGE [...] [more]
reallygoodemails.com    Marketing

discussion Why I’m Ending My Weekly Newsletter

On January 7th, 2017, I started a weekly newsletter. For more than two years without fail, I sent those emails to my readers. Now, it’s time to stop. Here are my reasons why. 1. I’m afraid of being irrelevant. But consistency and relevance are not the same thing. No one ever spells it out for us, but I think all writers share this fear: If you don’t publish, you don’t exist. [...] [more]
medium.com    Marketing

discussion The Really Good Emails Team: Straight Talk About Cool Emails

Really Good Emails is a service where you can look at cool email designs, its code or upload your own email. Now there are more than 4,150 examples in the collection, sorted by business area and email types (transactional, promotional, informational, congratulations, notifications). [...] [more]
medium.com    Marketing

social Emailgeekscommunity.com

The community where email marketers, designers, and developers meet to talk shop. In addition to publishing our own summaries of what’s going on in email, we want to open the floor to you. Our community members have expressed an interest in reading short-form articles about general email industry topics, best practices, and case studies. They also want how-to guides for email marketing, development, and design techniques. [...] [more]
emailgeekscommunity.com    Marketing, Social

discussion Here's How Much People Make By Writing Paid Email Newsletters

This movement toward paid email newsletters is the latest attempt among those who write for a living to find a stable method of supporting themselves financially. For many, the road has been long and unfruitful, with each new year seemingly bringing another promising format — blogging, video, podcasts, etc. — that work for some, but not most. Unlike their predecessors, however, paid email newsletters can bring in real money for writers with small, dedicated subscriber bases. The cash is helping some [...] [more]
buzzfeed.com    Marketing

discussion Time To Expand the Role of Email Marketing

Is it time to rethink the role of email marketing? Beyond a few developments such as optimizing for mobile, the role of email marketers has changed surprisingly little in the last 20 years. Oh sure the tools have gotten better and more sophisticated, but what email marketers and teams do really hasn’t evolved much. So it had me thinking, is it time for email marketing to think bigger, to expand its scope and purview? To expand the thinking or perhaps repositioning of email marketing? [...] [more]
onlyinfluencers.com    Marketing, Multichannel

strategy How to Improve Your Email Creation Process

The email creation process can often be cumbersome with many moving parts and people. Even if your marketing team is small, an efficient process is crucial to keeping your campaigns on track. We can all agree that email could use a little less chaos these days, so I’ve outlined six ways you can start improving your email processes. [...] [more]
emailonacid.com    Design, Marketing

strategy How to Conduct Research for Customer Journey Mapping

When conducting research for customer-journey maps, use qualitative methods that allow direct interaction with or observation of users, such as interviews, field studies, and diary studies. [...] [more]
nngroup.com    Marketing

tactics Promoting Meaningful Communication with Gmail Promotions Update

Last month Jordan Grossman, Product Manager from Google partnered with Litmus to unveil the Promotions annotations and how adding a promotions information will be used inside Gmail’s inbox, alongside other changes. As part of this update, Gmail provided more detail on how they will be bundling promotional mail. This includes groupings such as Top Deal and Expiring Soon. Though there has been a fair amount of discussion around the bundles and how they will work, most of the hype has been focused on [...] [more]
returnpath.com    Design, Marketing

discussion 2019 eec awards

Want tips for this year’s awards season? Check out our recent Award winners’ webinar: Taking Advantage of the Promise of Interactive Emails or view the PowerPoint presented by 2018 eec award winners – Chad S. White and Alice Li – and eec Award Subcommittee Leaders Shanon Strahl and Mark Talley. The Email Experience Council is accepting nominations for individuals who represent the best and brightest in the email marketing industry. Nominating your email marketing hero is free and easy. The eec will [...] [more]
emailexperience.org    Event, Marketing

discussion newslettersguide.org: A 201 guide for everyone

The Shorenstein Center, Lenfest Institute, and digital consultancy/email gurus Yellow Brim teamed up to develop NewsletterGuide.org, a collection of questions to ask before building (or rebuilding) a newsletter, including these from Tim Grieve: Who’s your audience? How will you serve that audience? Why do we care about that audience? No, really, what’s the payoff? Who will write the newsletter? Who will do the design/development/production work required, and how will we pay for it? How will you promo [...] [more]
newsletterguide.org    Marketing

discussion By People for People, and Why It's Time to Say Bye to "Subscribers"

Maybe you’re a business owner. An innovator. An entrepreneur. Maybe you’re a mother. Or a father. Or a brother, or a sister. A best friend or compadre. A curious learner. An animal lover. Eater of tacos. A kind soul and a compassionate heart. Whatever you are, you’re a living, breathing, feeling person. Odds are slim that you—yes, any of you people out there—would ever slip “subscriber” [...] [more]
drip.com    Marketing
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