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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Archive for the 'Effective Email Subject Lines Tips' Category

HubSpot shares 17 tips to write catchy email subject lines

Email overload is one of the most common issue that the Internet users face today. For your prospects too it would be a challenge to sort the important email and prioritize reading them. It is very crucial to craft catchy and relevant subject lines for your email marketing campaigns to make them open and read your emails. HubSpot columnist Olivia Allen has shared seventeen tips to write catchy email subject lines. Allen says, “Do you want your email content opened, read, and clicked? It all starts with the subject line. Here are 17 tips to help jazz them up and boost engagement. What Makes... [...]

17 tips to improve your email subject line

In email marketing the subject is the first thing that your subscribers see. According to a CMBInfo report, 47% of email recipients decide whether or not to open an email based on subject line.  HubSpot’s Olivia Allen has shared seventeen tips to help marketers improve their marketing email’s subject lines. On keeping the subject line ‘short’, Allen says, “Email subject lines will get cut off if they’re too long, particularly on mobile devices. And with 67% of email opens taking place on mobile, we recommend using subject lines with fewer than 50 characters... [...]

Avoid these subject lines for better email marketing results

Email marketing is one of the most popular forms of marketing due to its reliability and importance given by the prospects. To make your email marketing campaigns outstanding the first thing that you should work on is its subject line. A catchy subject motivates the receiver to open the email. HubSpot columnist Aja Frost has listed the fourteen overused sales email subject lins advising marketers to avoid them. Frost says, “Emails often live and die by their subject lines. A great subject line motivates prospects to open the message, while an uninspired one means they won’t read a single... [...]

Big Click Subject Lines Master List; Good while it lasts (till Sunday) #ad

Jason Parker and Charles Kirkland have just released a master list of proven subject lines that have worked for them, called Big Click Subject Lines Master List. Now, you can copy these powerful email subject lines (which are essentially headlines for your eamil) to use in your own marketing. They don’t want you to waste time testing subject lines that have already tried. Take advantage of their years of experimentation and use subject lines that are proven to work. Just modify them by plugging in your product name, your promised benefit, etc. to fit your situation. And they go one step farther.... [...]

‘Top 11 Email Marketing Columns For 2013’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

The latest article on  ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “Top 11 Email Marketing Columns For 2013”. Pamela Parker says, “What were the hot topics of discussion in email marketing in 2013? Video, social media, and responsive design were fairly new on the radar, while our perennial favorite topics of calls-to-action, landing pages and testing remained important tactics worth exploring further Following, you’ll find the top 11 columns — this is our content contributed by expert practitioners of email marketing — published in 2013, as measured by pageviews on Google Analytics.... [...]

‘How Yelp Can Help… Small Businesses Take Advantage of Reviews’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

The latest article on ‘MarketingProfs’ is titled “How Yelp Can Help… Small Businesses Take Advantage of Reviews”. Verónica Maria Jarski says, “If you work at a small business, you might consider establishing a presence on the popular Yelp review site. Small businesses that took advantage of Yelp business accounts recorded increases in annual revenue, according to a Boston Consulting Group survey. The average increase in annual revenue for small businesses with Yelp accounts was $8,000, and $23,000 was the average increase in annual revenue for small businesses that paid to... [...]

‘Email Subject Lines: Words and Tactics That Boost Open Rates’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

The latest article on ‘MarketingProfs’ is titled “Email Subject Lines: Words and Tactics That Boost Open Rates”. Ayaz Nanji says, “Email subject lines that convey a sense of urgency, such as those that contain the words “urgent” and/or “important,” have open rates that are much higher than normal, according to a recent report by MailChimp. The analysis also found that email recipients are much more intrigued by subject lines that contain positive solicitations rather than negative admonitions: Words such as “announcement” and “invitation”... [...]