Tag: Personalisation

The value of being moral in email marketing

There can be few who haven’t opened a kitchen cupboard, found an item they haven’t used for years, and wondered, “Why on earth did I buy that?” It is proof, if that was needed, that customers do not buy with carefully constructed logic. It might have been an impulse buy or it could have been … READ MORE »

Keep your subscribers coming back for more

We recently gave some ideas on gaining subscribers to your email marketing lists. Here are six ways to ensure they stay and continue to buy. 1/ Respond to loyalty This means more than just discounts and including them in generous email marketing campaigns, although don’t ignore coupons and special reductions. It can be much more … READ MORE »

How will email marketing develop in 2018?

One of the most remarkable trends over recent years, and which intensified in 2017, is the way that consumers have taken to new technology. No post Christmas lunch snooze for me. There was chatting to some of my family in Kyoto for a while, then moving westwards to Lucerne for a magnificent live view of … READ MORE »

What will 2018 bring for email marketing?

It is that time of year again when last year’s predictions for email marketing are reviewed and rated according to outcomes. There is danger in this as there is a temptation to take the safe option and predict that everything will be the same except more so. We all knew that mobiles would increase their … READ MORE »

Personal email marketing

We’ve mentioned personalising your email marketing campaigns before on these pages, but there is a further step you can take that can provide a number of benefits. It requires careful planning. To be personal means opening the details of your business, or even private, life to a limited extent. It is a big step and … READ MORE »

Dealing with unresponsive subscribers

One indicator of whether a company is serious about email marketing or not is to assess how they deal with those who do not respond to email marketing campaigns. The urge not to do anything about them in case the conclusion is they should be removed is a bit of a test after all the … READ MORE »

Getting up close and personal

I’ve got four children and four grandchildren. I’m not sure which group takes up most of my time overall, although the one with chickenpox has a clear lead at the moment. I enjoy looking after the kids but find it a bit of an effort, which tends to make it more worthwhile. What’s that got … READ MORE »

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