Tag: Click-through

How To Improve Your Calls To Action

A call to action can seem a little intimidating for subscriber reading a marketing email. Some boxes can come across as too demanding. A ‘Click Me’ is nothing more than an abrupt demand for action and lacks the subtle encouragement that should be our norm. We need to do better. We don’t do ourselves any … READ MORE »

Visual Hierarchy In Your Marketing Emails

We recently briefly mentioned visual hierarchy in the design of emails and webpages. You might think that, as the creators of your free email marketing templates have taken the matter into consideration, you can safely ignore it and just drag and drop your copy and images. What could go wrong? There is a slight difficulty … READ MORE »

Be Clear About Price In Your Campaign

A couple of years ago I was going to buy a new car. Following my normal exhaustive procedure before spending out on big ticket objects, I checked the reviews from various sources, such as motoring magazines, eventually coming up with a shortlist of three vehicles from two manufacturers. It was then a visit to see … READ MORE »

Reassure Your Subscribers Now

I recently spent what to me is a considerable sum of money on an IT item that was not essential, otherwise called a luxury, after it was pushed on a particularly convincing marketing email. I visited the FAQ page on the supplier’s website. I obviously wanted to ensure what I was buying was exactly what … READ MORE »

Make Your Email Campaigns Stand Out

Are your marketing emails predictable? Does the new one look just like the last one? When’s the last time you experimented?  The probable answer is that there is a certain sameness to your emails. Why should you be different? I view dozens of marketing emails each week and the most depressing thing is that they … READ MORE »

Images: Pretty But Not Stunning

I’ve just been to see the annual prize-winning images at a local photographic club. It was a treat, with some quite remarkable, and affecting, pictures that you might consider putting in your living room. They caught the attention with their composition, use of colour and subject matter. None, of course would be any use for … READ MORE »

The Inherent Danger Of Using Simple Targets

There’s a lot to be said for targets. With a clear goal, a team will have a focus they can concentrate on. There’s little doubt that having targets gives good results. After all, if your target is to increase open rates by 15% and you hit it, or even go slightly above it, you’ve made … READ MORE »

Maximise Your Email Marketing Returns

The best thing about email marketing is, in some respects, its very worst factor. You were, no doubt, excited at the prospect of lots and lots of data from the returns of a campaign. Then it cascaded in and you had no idea what to do with it all. Understanding what the various terms mean … READ MORE »

Using Landing Pages To Improve Conversion

You might well be like the rest us. We all feel overwhelmed by the returns from email marketing campaigns. Even concentrating on one aspect, such as landing page returns, can still make you wonder what on earth you’re supposed to do with all the data. The difference between email marketing and most other forms is the … READ MORE »

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