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  • Employ the Right Personalization Tactics for Your Emails

    Posted by Chris Donald On December 19, 2017 in story time I 0 Comments

    One-size-fits-all emails do not work (well) anymore. Each business is different. As email marketers, you need to use the abundance of data at your fingertips in the right way—namely by leveraging said data to provide a 1:1 experience for your subscribers. The word you’re looking for here is “Personalization.” Personalization in email marketing is about

  • Three Actionable and Creative Ideas for Your Holiday Email Marketing Plans

    Posted by Chris Donald On November 2, 2017 in story time I 0 Comments

    The holidays are already here—for email marketers. If you haven’t already started planning your email marketing strategy, time is of the essence! (Need help? Go here.) And if you’re in need of some ways to make your email marketing campaigns stand out from the inevitable inbox overload, here are some ideas for you: 1. Add

  • 7 Important Email Marketing Strategies to Maximize Your ROI

    Posted by Chris Donald On September 6, 2017 in story time I 0 Comments

    Email marketing continues to rule the realm in terms of return on investment compared to other traditional and digital marketing channels. With the number of email users worldwide forecasted to reach 2.9 billion by 2019, and a 43-to-1 ROI, email marketing as a channel needs to be a focal for brands and marketers alike. That

  • Guest Post: Next Level Email Marketing Changes Behavior and Brand Perception

    Posted by Scott Cohen On July 28, 2014 in story time I One Comment

    Below is a guest post from one of our partners, RUKUS, a company that specializes in mobile-first personalized video campaigns. Have a read! Personalized video email marketing is proven to increase conversions and encourage engagement but at RUKUS.io, we’re asking does it change behavior and brand perception? A recent campaign with Zumba Fitness suggests yes. At