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While it may seem daunting for retailers to keep up with the ever-changing marketing channels, there is one that proves ROI and captures consumer attention: email. See how retailers are leveraging their email marketing channels.
During the flurry of holiday promotions, your email marketing lists can hide a lot of clutter and “dirty data,” that can result in some serious consequences.
It’s easy to overthink and overcomplicate mobile optimization initiatives. New devices are being introduced all of the time. Here are three ways to maximize the mobile inbox.
Most online retailers are painfully aware of the fact that, on average, only 15% of first-time purchasers will return to purchase again, so getting the second sale is crucial. See how you can fully utilize your email campaigns.
Several retailers jumped on the April Fools Day bandwagon in its email marketing promotions and other channels. See what they did to celebrate the day of pranks.
My Pi Day inbox made Managing Editor Tim Parry sigh, and it made him cry. Tim only received three Pi Day offers from retailers on March 14, 2015 (the biggest Pi Day celebration of the century). Make that 3.14159265359 emails if you throw in the one he got from Uno Pizzeria & Grill. Here’s who talked nerdy to Tim.
Retailers are encouraged to set up automated emails that are triggered throughout the purchase path and a post-purchase email series to extend engagement after an order has been submitted. But if you’re not careful, this is where you can begin to creep out your customers.
A key approach to solving the low smartphone conversions rate challenge is to better leverage the email channel, which is typically the number one activity on smartphones. Here are four tips to start testing and tweaking so you’ve got your program optimized and ready for the 2015 holiday season.
Over the holiday season, Belk launched its Santa Baby Sweepstakes which generated the greatest number of email and mobile opt-ins among other Belk sweepstakes in 2013 and 2014. See more results from the sweepstakes.
Email still reigns as supreme as the primary method of communication among marketers. Here are three email marketing techniques for the evolving inbox.
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