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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Archive for the 'B2C Email Marketing' Category

‘The Difference Between B2B and B2C Marketing (and Other Questions)’ – ‘Copyblogger’ Blog

Rainmaker team says, “What tools does the content marketer need to stay organized? What to do about subscribers who aren’t confirming their opt-in? And what’s the difference in approach between B2B and B2C marketing? Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer host Sonia Simone answers these questions (and a few more) this week“. The Difference Between B2B and B2C Marketing (and Other Questions) ‘Copyblogger’ Blog  [...]

‘What types of triggered emails do B2C, B2B and B2G companies send?’ – MarketingSherpa Article

MarketingSherpa has published an article titled “What types of triggered emails do B2C, B2B and B2G companies send?”. Daniel Burstein says, “‘”We’ve found that nurturing campaigns, which are time based, are less effective than campaigns, which are working on triggers and time based if there’s no action.” –MarketingSherpa Email Marketing Benchmark Report survey respondent Triggered emails are effective for obvious reasons. As the saying goes, “The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.” But what types of triggers should... [...]

‘Which Devices Are B2C Marketing Emails Opened On?’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

The latest article on ‘MarketingProfs’ is titled “Which Devices Are B2C Marketing Emails Opened On?”. Ayaz Nanji says, “Nearly two-thirds (65%) of B2C marketing emails were opened on either a smartphone or a tablet in 4Q13, up from 61% in 3Q13, according to recent data from Movable Ink. Some 48% of opens occurred on a smartphone, and just over 16% occurred on a tablet, the analysis found. Tablet opens were up from 15% in 3Q13 and 14% in 2Q13. Although Android tablets accounted for only 1.8% of opens in 4Q13, that figure was twice as high as in the previous quarter, when they accounted... [...]

‘Social Media Marketing: Sporting goods company increases Facebook reach 366% with content contest’ – MarketingSherpa Case Study

MarketingSherpa has released a case study titled “Social Media Marketing: Sporting goods company increases Facebook reach 366% with content contest”. Courtney Eckerle says, “Sometimes the most impactful marketing isn’t created by marketers, it’s just facilitated by them. With a goal of increasing the U.S. audience on Facebook, global sporting goods company Amer Sports created a social media contest for customers to submit photos and ambitions for the year. Along with expanding its U.S. audience, the results of this contest were 2,000 entries consisting of photos, stories... [...]

‘Email Marketing: Dell lifts revenue 109% via GIF-centric campaign’ – MarketingSherpa Case Study

MarketingSherpa has released a case study titled “Email Marketing: Dell lifts revenue 109% via GIF-centric campaign”. Allison Banko says, “GIFs have revamped the online experience, enhancing everything from news stories to websites to even emails. While these video-photo hybrids are a fun visual treat for consumers, marketers are using GIFs as a valuable way to showcase products that a static photo just can’t do justice. In this case study, we dig into a GIF-focused email campaign that established Dell as an esteemed MarketingSherpa Email Award winner. Read on for an inside... [...]

‘B2C Email Marketing: Mobile accessories company boosts revenue-per-email 152% via customer appreciation promotion’ – MarketingSherpa Case Study

MarketingSherpa has released a case study titled “B2C Email Marketing: Mobile accessories company boosts revenue-per-email 152% via customer appreciation promotion”. Allison Banko says, “A simple “thank you” can make all the difference. Showing your customers you appreciate them is essential to enhancing your relationship. In this case study, we feature the customer appreciation email campaign of MarketingSherpa Email Awards 2014 honorable mention, ZAGG. Discover how this top mobile accessories company utilized gracious messaging in a promotion that lifted revenue-per-email... [...]