Email Campaign Management

Comparative Pricing In Email Marketing

Let’s start by saying what we don’t mean with regards to price comparisons with other companies. We’ve all seen the ‘basket of goods’ indulged in by supermarkets where prices of a selection of moderately essential goods is compared to that of their competitors. However, it’s a risky endeavour requiring a lot of preparation, bravery, lawyers … READ MORE »

An Introduction To Split Testing

In these blogs, the importance of repeated testing is often reinforced. Split-testing, also known as A/B testing, is the way of perfecting all forms of email communication, but particularly those used in email marketing. It can, should actually, be used for landing pages as well. It’s the most effective way of increasing ROI. Intuition can … READ MORE »

Remote Working Is Unlikely To Go Away

There was a song, originating in 1919, the main line of which was, ignoring the vernacular, ‘How are you going to keep them down on the farm now that they’ve seen Paris?’ The theme is obvious. Just to show there is nothing new in the world, including email marketing, data suggests that employees regard the availability … READ MORE »

Use Landing Page Procedures

I recently failed to buy an item because of the frustrating post click-through procedure of a company whose email marketing list I am subscribed to. It’s not as bad as it might first of all appear. I went back to the buying page a day or two later once I had got my act together. … READ MORE »

Using Newsletters To Generate Leads

I’ve taken time away from researching email marketing and have been concentrating on newsletters. I mostly subscribe to those from email marketing companies, but I’ve also included those for my hobbies and local interest. In normal circumstances I open around 70% of them, and have built up quite a knowledge of what makes the difference … READ MORE »

How To Find Solutions To Common Problems

With a downturn in in the public’s buying habits, it can be difficult, and if not, then impossible, to instinctively identify specific reasons for low performance in email marketing. After all, low demand might be common across all your competitors. Then again, it might be something specific you could improve. How to work out which? … READ MORE »

Maintain Contacts Within Your Local Community

With the closure of retail outlets and the slowdown in high street footfall, we are in danger of damaging our relationship with the local community. This limits opportunities for lead generation. With all the other pressures on us, the last thing we want is a drop in quality subscribers to our email marketing lists. The … READ MORE »

Helping Those struggling With Accessibility

There was an interesting online article entitled ‘Essential services websites in UK should be accessible to all’. It’s not aimed specifically at email marketing but the problems identified, which include the fact that many people have problems accessing the internet and emails, give some useful information for us when targeting our emails. The article concentrates … READ MORE »

Encouraging Community Spirit

One of the most ill-used words in common usage is ‘community’. It has an almost universal application to any group of more than one, and as such it has become meaningless as a description. If you split your email marketing list, you could call either group a community, yet they only have responses in common. … READ MORE »

Revolutionary Ideas Are Just An Exercise Away

The best thing we have going for email marketing is the immense amount of data we can obtain which makes it easier (I nearly said easy) to test any changes in our campaigns. It is the reason that so many companies are using email marketing, and, ironically, why we should consider trying something counter to … READ MORE »


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