Often (wrongly) perceived by business owners as an expensive solution, email marketing automation is a powerful tool to take your email strategy to the next level and drive significant traffic to your website and landing pages.
Apple and Amazon first set up shop in their founder’s garages. A young man was frustrated with the steep cost of hiring a private driver after a party, leading to the creation of Uber. Starbucks exists because three students began selling high-quality coffee beans to local coffee shops.
Email marketing remains to be a powerful tool for promoting a business. Basically, this strategy involves the use of email to market products and services and build relationships with potential customers. With billions of people who have active email accounts, there’s no reason why marketers and businesses should not utilise this approach to increase their revenues.
Whilst the rush to meet the data compliance deadline set by the General Data Protection Regulation may be over, the impact of GDPR on the marketing world is only just starting reveal itself.
As a retailer, your business relies on keeping customers engaging and active, for as long as possible. Email marketing is an effective channel for nurturing subscribers and retaining customers through relevant campaigns and communications. In this blog, our email experts outline 7 great ways to reengage inactive email subscribers.
Did you survive the race for data compliance? Last month, marketers rushed to get their houses in order and ensure their processes were GDPR compliant before the May 25th deadline. If your subscriber list took a hit, what's your new approach for growing your email database?
At Enchant, we are strong advocates of lifecycle marketing and as email marketing and paid social consults, we help retail brands to map out their customer lifecycle and focus their efforts on the key lifecycle stages. Reengagement (or customer win-back) is one of these lifecycle stages, and it's one that a lot of marketers don't do so well – if at all...
In email marketing, especially in retail, testing should play a key role in your strategy. It's important to learn from each email campaign and use the results to optimise your future campaigns. However, too many retailers don't find the time to do it effectively. This is a huge missed opportunity and ultimately it will impact results and ultimately cost you money.
In a move that echoes Gmail's introduction of image caching back in 2013, Yahoo! has recently changed how it handles images in emails, caching them and serving them via their proxy servers. What does this update mean for email marketers?
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.
Email marketing remains a highly-effective channel for nurturing customer relationships and by focusing on the customer lifecycle, you can pinpoint the key touchpoints at which to target your subscribers with relevant and engaging messages. Welcome emails are your first chance to connect with your customers and it's vital to make a big impression!
Email marketing is constantly evolving and successful brands are cranking up their innovation levels to deliver more engaging and relevant emails. Whether it's automation, dynamic content or
Let's say you started off your email marketing with a bang! The channel offered the promise of high ROI and you achieved great results initially. However, since then, momentum has slowed down and you're not sure how to turn it around? Don't fear, this is not uncommon.
Are you using the potential of email marketing to drive sales and increase revenues? Email is not only a great channel for lead generation and nurturing customer relationships, but it’s an effective channel for connecting Marketing and Sales teams.
Growth hacking isn't just about finding quick wins and time-saving tools, it's about being agile and looking at areas in your marketing to optimise with simple solutions. The more growth hacking you do, the better your marketing mindset will be for seeking continuous improvement.