Tag Archives: Email

Email Marketing: Tips To Do Better – Infographic

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Let’s get one thing straight. Email marketing is not dead. If you think that your email marketing is not working for your business, then perhaps you are not using it correctly!

Source: Gold Coast Design Studio

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How Email Marketing Can Have a Positive Impact On Your Business – Infographic

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This infographic displays great email marketing data that will help you understand how email can have a positive impact on  your business.

Source: UniqCon

How A Video Is Shared Across Social Networks – Infographic

Optimising your social network takes time. To demonstrate this, “The Like Minded” decided to do an infographic showing how a video they created was shared across social networks, giving us all a valuable insight into their social media process. Continue reading

Marketing: Email Design Will Impact Your Campaign – Infographic

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A head-to-head comparison of two email designs, bad and good, to find out what works with a great email marketing campaign and what does not. Continue reading

The Scoop on Email Marketing – Infographic

Looking for “The Scoop on Email Marketing”? ProMarketing Leads has created an infographic outlining just how important email marketing is for your business. Email marketing has been around for quite awhile, and will continue to be an important part of a business marketing strategy. The infographic outlines some important statistics about Email marketing, and how it still remains to be a reliable and effective tool for marketers earning $44.00 ROI per dollar spent! Continue reading

Email Security & Usage Around the World – Infographic

In the following part of the article we will study some stats and facts about the email security and the usage across the globe. It has been seen that around 25% of the people send email at late night just to prove their commitment. Continue reading

Worst Social Media Advice You Can Get – Part 3

You don’t need email.

The day Oprah signed up for Twitter and user registration skyrocketed, we didn’t all cancel our email accounts. I’ve been using Twitter for 5 years, Facebook and LinkedIn for even longer, and I live in my email. Social media didn’t make email marketing extinct; it just added another integrated channel to make email even stronger. Remember: One of the first steps in signing up for a social media account is usually to provide your email address. Continue reading

Emails Are Forever: Wall Street’s Weak Spot

Bloomberg Contributing Editor Bill Cohan discusses the permanence of email records at financial firms. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Do’s And Dont’s Of Email Marketing – Infographic

Ready to get your email marketing etiquette on? Follow these tips from Skadeedle. Continue reading

Does Email Marketing Have A Future? – Infographic

In case you haven’t heard it enough — email isn’t dead. And if you weren’t sure, now you know. Well, I’m glad we were able to clear that up! So, rather than beat a dead horse and talk about how email isn’t dead, it’s time to celebrate email! Continue reading

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Mobile Is Leading The Email Revolution – Infographic

Mobile Devices are changing how and where we view e-mails. By the end of 2012, more people than ever read e-mails on a mobile device than on the desktop or on webmail.

Source: Visual.ly

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We Can Only Go 90 Minutes Without The Internet. Addicted? – Infographic

An infographic breaking down internet use into time spent gaming, e-mailing, social media and even.. well, NSFW material. Also looks at addiction, age and gender influence.

Source: Siteopia, Visual.ly

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The Anatomy Of The Perfect Mobile Email – Infographic

Designing emails that look great no matter where they’re read can be quite the challenge. As more people read email on mobile devices, chances are your recipient might view your email both on a mobile phone as well as on their desktop.

Take the guesswork out of designing your next mobile-friendly email with this infograph. We’ve outlined ten important guidelines to an amazing mobile experience, as well as six things you’ll definitely want to avoid. You’ll also find our mobile compatibility chart at the bottom for easy reference.

Source: Econsultancy

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Email Marketing: Most Emails Are Opened On Mobile Devices – Infographic

When Return Path released our last mobile study in April 2012, the number emails opened on smartphones was about to overtake opens from both desktop clients and webmail.

Seven months later, our newest study finds that users in the U.S. and Canada largely check email from their phones. We also find that people prefer to open retail emails on their smartphones, while banking emails–perhaps due to mistrust from phishing–are mostly opened from desktop email clients like Outlook.

The key takeaway for marketers? While the best mobile strategy depends largely on your own data, industry and region, your email marketing efforts should be optimized for both mobile and the desktop to ensure maximum campaign ROI.

Click on the image to the right to view the full infographic. You’ll learn:

  • The percentage of users in North America, Brazil,
    France and Germany that open emails on mobile devices
  • The percentage of email opened by industry, such as
    retail and banking
  • How Apple devices appear to dominate emails opens,
    and why this may not be the full story
  • If and how often people make purchases using
    smartphones

Source: Return Path, Visual.ly

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