The lack of audience segmentation usually centers on time and resources. For example, with only two people in the email department, it isn’t realistic to consistently send seven varieties of messages each time. This doesn’t mean a company can’t segment its emails. You just need to start in a manageable way and grow from there.
With 90% of retail sales still happening in-store, the retail apocalypse may have been overblown — but ecommerce sales grow year-over-year. The ease of online ordering and free shipping are enough to keep consumers home more often, leaving brick-and-mortar retailers trying to find ways to attract online shoppers to their stores. Here are some ways to incorporate BOPIS into your day-to-day email marketing campaigns.
When you sit down with your marketing director and they ask how you can increase email revenue by 5%-plus, increase your repeat customer rate and slow customer churn, what’s your answer going to be? Hint: It can’t be just, “send more email.” Here is why the post-purchase email is severely underutilized yet a powerful tactic.
Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, email marketing, website images – we live in an image-rich online world. And now that everyone has a camera on hand 24/7, brands can no longer get by with boring, same-old-same-old photos. Thanks to a rise in social influencers and user-generated content (UGC), those old images are losing their effectiveness. Consumers expect more authenticity. Here are several ways you can offer customers more authenticity within your brand.
Are you meeting customer expectations for personalized messages in your email marketing? Making them more relevant to their shopping journey increases the odds of driving sales and developing a long-term relationship. Join us Thursday, June 14 at 2 p.m. for a free live webinar as we discuss how to bring personalization to the inbox.