Email marketing campaigns are an essential component of any marketing strategy. They’re a way to communicate with your contacts, build relationships with prospects, collect important data, and help increase marketing ROI. In fact, for every $1 spent on email marketing, $44.25 is the average return (source: Experian). To execute a successful email marketing campaign, it’s crucial to pay close attention to your target audience and the message you’re sending. A “batch and blast” approach only leads to your recipients deleting your messages. Continue reading
Webinars are a great way to generate more leads for your organization and provide you with an opportunity to educate people about your products and services, as well as position yourselves as thought leaders in the industry. Although webinars take time and effort on your part, the preparation time is far less than hosting a physical event, they’re more cost effective, and you can repurpose the content.
When was the last time you cleansed and scrubbed your database? If it’s been a while or you don’t actually know, you could be in trouble. The health of your database is not something to ignore. By emailing unengaged, unverified contacts, you’re putting your organization’s Sender Score at risk, which could lead to your IP address being blacklisted.
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As a B2B marketer, email campaigns are most likely an important part of your lead generation strategy. Segmenting your data and sending targeted messages to your contacts has proven to work, so why are so many marketers still sending generic email blasts to their entire database? Your contacts have different goals, challenges, and business needs and to run a successful email marketing campaign, you need to send relevant messages to them. Continue reading
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Marketers are always looking for ways to improve their email campaigns and generate quality leads. But if you’re emailing unengaged leads, known as email zombies, you could actually be hurting your deliverability rates and Sender Score.
An email zombie is defined as a lead that engaged with your organization at some point by opening your marketing emails, but hasn’t for a period of time. Sending messages to an email zombie puts your organization’s IP address at risk of being blacklisted, preventing you from deploying any emails at all.
According to Return Path’s Global Email Deliverability Benchmark Report, only 81% of permission-based emails sent globally make it into email recipients’ inboxes. Additionally, one out of every five emails lands either in a spam or junk folder (7%) or go missing, which usually means these messages are blocked by ISP-level filtering (12%). This means that nearly 20% of emails are undelivered, hurting the deliverability of your email campaigns.
List segmentation is the process of creating smaller lists from your larger list. Slicing and dicing your email list into different subgroups allows you to send targeted messages to different contacts, improving open rate, click-through rate (CTR), and conversion rate. It’s the key to email marketing success in organizations of all sizes.
With the proper strategy in place, email marketing campaigns can have a positive impact on the bottom line of an organization. According to the 2013 MarketingSherpa Email Marketing Benchmark Report, 64% of marketers said email marketing’s return on investment (ROI) will increase and 60% said that email marketing is currently producing ROI. In fact, email marketers estimate that 30% of email revenue derives from targeting to specific segments (source: DMA National Email Report 2013).