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.
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.
In the lead up to the GDPR compliance deadline on 25th May, many businesses are repermissioning their databases through email marketing campaigns. In this blog, we'll share 10 of our favourite examples that we've seen so far...
As we head towards the deadline for GDPR compliance, it's time (if you haven't already) to start planning your approach to aligning marketing processes with new data rules outlined by The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Not enough brands focus their efforts on trying to truly understand their audience. However, we're seeing a welcome shift in the marketing industry towards putting customers first. Consumers want brands to be authentic, to focus on their needs and to understand them as individuals. One way to do this, is to look at the diversity around your brand and how you can use that information to communicate with relevance and purpose.
We're big advocates of storytelling. Whether it's behind-the-scenes happenings or something that displays emotion and brand character, this approach is crucial for cutting through the noise, being genuine and showing the world who your company really is at the heart.
As a digital marketers, repurposing your content not only saves you time, but helps increase your brand's reach across different channels. From making a few tweaks to refresh old blogs to repurposing content into another format, such as a whitepaper or video, your website traffic will rise by maximising your content's potential.