Testing

7 A/B Tests You Should Be Running On Your Welcome Emails

Author:
Peter Tanham
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When it comes to conversion rate optimization, we typically begin by optimizing the top of the funnel – social media posting times, calls to action, landing page headlines and images.
 
But as we are becoming proficient at CRO in these areas, we need to start looking further down the funnel...

A 217% Lift Every Content Marketer Should Be Getting, But Will You?

Author:
Bryan Eisenberg
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Taking the time to test different headline options could give you a huge boost in the amount of traffic your content marketing can generate - it's worth the extra time and effort to test.

Email Marketing and Marketing Automation: One Is Not Like the Other

Author:
You Mon Tsang
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We often run into the misperception that marketing automation is some sort of supercharged version of email marketing. "Why would we pay more for something we already have?" our customers ask. "Our email marketing is doing just fine. We don't need marketing automation."

Top Five Ways to Revitalise Your Email Marketing Efforts

Author:
Mike Kustreba
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Brands are constantly looking for ways to better engage with consumers, but it may come as a surprise to learn that we already know a great tool for continuing conversations – email. In fact, 44% of B-to-C marketers planned to increase their email marketing budget this year. Brands that continue to offer value and remind consumers why they subscribed in the first place will go far to win customers’ loyalty and secure a great return on their investments.
To maximise your ROI, here are the top five email marketing tactics you should consider: ...

Why You Should Test the Layout of your Emails

Author:
Dan Bond
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Think about the last time you visited the supermarket. Did you just pop-in to grab something? Or go in with a long shopping list?
Either way, there’s a good chance you came out with something you didn’t intend to buy. That beer you like that was on special offer. A chocolate bar from near the till.
Of course, supermarkets are deliberately designed to entice you into making impulse purchases. From the floor layout, right down to the placement of items on the shelves....

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