Yes, it's that time again – the 2018 Email Marketing Industry Census has dropped! The 12th edition of Econsultancy's annual Email Census is an extensive report, jam-packed with revealing trends, statistics and industry insights, giving brands and agencies a great view of the state of email marketing today and beyond. We're delighted to have had the opportunity to contribute to the report for the second year running.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are concepts that often split opinion. But the technology is shaping the future of marketing and businesses must start to factor them into their strategies.
Hyper-personalisation in email has been talked up for a while now, but this year the industry will see a significant move towards more innovative tactics and data-driven personalisation.
As New Year approaches, marketers will be working on their strategies for the year ahead. Many email marketing predictions for 2018 are linked to tech and AI, and although AI will feature heavily in email trends next year, customer-centricity should be at the forefront of brand strategies in 2018.
Looking to dust off the cobwebs and bring your email marketing campaigns back from the dead? Or are you just seeking some blood tingling inspiration, just in time for Halloween? Well, you’re in (bad) luck. We've got some timely Halloween campaign tips that we've revampired (ok sorry!) to help you improve your Halloween subject lines. Enjoy this fang-tastic read to get fully prepped for fright night!
Phrasee is a super-smart email marketing tool which uses a powerful language optimisation engine to help brands create more compelling marketing copy for email subject lines, CTAs and main body text, to crank up the impact and relevance of your emails.
Cynics may fear that we’re heading towards a Black Mirror-style dystopia, with our interconnected smart devices all listening and learning from our every action. However, many households and mobile users are embracing voice respondent AI assistants. The fully-connected future is coming.