Some say that open rate is a metric that doesn't matter to email marketers anymore, citing it as a "retired metric". But open rate still has an important rate to play in improving email marketing performance. This blog uncovers 10 ways to improve email open rates.
Like other seasonal engagement opportunities throughout the marketing calendar, Father's Day gives retailers the chance to promote appetising offers, seasonal social posts, engaging emails, (in this case) daddy-friendly discounts and bag loads of FOMO.
You’ve heard of The Pengest Munch, right? No? You’ve not heard of the Chicken Connoisseur? Well, there’s a good chance a large percentage of your customers have. Successful digital marketers stay on top of the latest trends by understanding the heartbeat of their followers and fans. Leveraging social influencers and viral content, right when it happens, is a powerful tactic for increasing engagement and grabbing attention.
We Buy Any Car has been around since 2006 and there shouldn't be many UK consumers unaware of the Webuyanycar.com branding. Their catchy (annoying) little ditty should be firmly implanted (bludgeoned) into your consciousness (and subconsciousness), much like the infamous opera-singing Go Compare adverts. However, a recent change in approach demonstrates a much more interesting dip into the waters of storytelling marketing.
Why are emotions so important in marketing? Well, successful marketers aim to understand their customer needs and challenges, rather than just pitching to them. In email marketing, it's crucial to define the emotional touchpoints of your subscribers to delight them and keep them opening your emails and ultimately clicking through to offers and services.
Marketers in the travel industry have a key advantage over many other industries in terms of emotional engagement, as the nature of travel and holiday content is mainly about planning an escape from the everyday grind. Travel-related email marketing content should perk the interest of subscribers when these emails hit their inbox.