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Recent studies have found that 90% of online consumers subscribe to a brand via email, according to an article on ExactTarget.com. There are four types of email content, consumers are expecting today.
Email marketing is the most effective tactic according to 55% of marketing professionals and plays an important role for ecommerce merchants, according to a whitepaper by Listrak. Since it is known to return more than $40 per dollar spent, makes its cost effectiveness undeniable.
Recognizing the need to be where consumers are, many multichannel merchants are rushing to roll out mobile campaigns, with mobile marketing budgets increasing overall as a result.
There is a phase between a period of being an active subscriber and totally checking out. Customers in this phase are disengaged subscribers who show less interest in your brand but may still be opening or clicking in your emails. Here are a few ways to get them back.
SMS marketing is still a powerful tool that can help booze customer engagement. Here are a few reasons why you should be using it in your marketing campaign right now.
The business-to-business community seems to struggle a bit when it comes to captivating their audience through social media compared to the business-to-consumer community. Here are 5 tips on jump starting your social media strategy.
When it comes to marketing your brand, the old way of mass marketing is being taken over by personalizing the consumer experience. Customers no longer want generic offers or generic emails. Bottom line: consumers want to be courted as individuals.
A new report from Econsultancy shows that very few marketers are coming through when it comes to customer’s expectations of a personalized mobile experience. In this new infographic from ExactTarget you will learn about the current state of personalization in digital marketing and how to deliver more tailored mobile campaigns.
Women will search, email, mobile, blog, use social networks, play online games. This makes it easier for marketers to reach women online. According to an infographic by Creatage, 80% of “purchase decisions” are made by women. Ninety percent of women surveyed say marketers don’t understand them.
Retailers that act now to improve the tablet shopping experience – enhancing browsing and making purchasing easier – can jump ahead of the competition. Here are four strategies retailers can use to nail their tablet shopping strategies.