A recent survey did show an increase in the adoption of mobile apps, SMS, push notifications, and chatbots as engagement channels – and these are still important as part of your multichannel strategy. Yet, email still reigns supreme. Why? Here are the top six reasons brands must place email marketing at the top of their priority list.
Much to Facebook’s dismay, Apple’s planned privacy update to iOS 14 will prompt users to choose whether to allow Facebook to track their phone activity to provide personalized ads. This has left Facebook and Apple bickering like two siblings fighting over who rides in the front seat. Here are the implications for email marketing.
An email marketing strategy is only as good as your database, but you can run into two main types of problems. Your email list may have a lot of irrelevant contact records, most of which are not in the right target audience and thus aren’t interested in your offer. Or you may suffer from poor email list hygiene, with lots of inaccurate, incomplete, invalid, out of date, inconsistent or otherwise unusable information. Here’s how to assess your list.
Email marketing is one of the most fruitful techniques, and it’s not unheard of for email marketing platforms to take full advantage of automation tools and AI technology. It can can work wonders for your email marketing campaigns, provided you know how it can help you and enhance your brand’s marketing strategies.
The pandemic has brought about challenges to every organization, forcing them to reexamine their business models and operations. But it has also shown their resilience. As retailers and brands look to pave the path forward, they need to continually adapt and keep a critical eye on what’s working and what’s not.
How do retail marketers keep online momentum going as physical stores continue to reopen? They are leaning into digital to maintain customer engagement and drive growth by enhancing proven strategies like SMS and email. This omnichannel approach uses targeted messages, tailoring relevant content to timely consumer trends.
As the need for ecommerce grew, so too did the number of retailers stepping into email marketing for the first time, while others tried to squeeze even more out of the channel. But how did COVID-19 impact the way consumers respond to email marketing, and what can retailers learn from it? Here are some takeaways.
With a critical eye on spending, many brands are leaning on simple, effective and timely marketing campaigns. This strategy is exactly what you should be doing. Understanding which marketing channels give the biggest bang for the buck can go a long way. Here are 3 easy marketing strategies that will help your business now.