Looking for some easy and effective ways to give a big boost to your email-marketing campaign performance? Then check out these five strategies that are sure to improve your open and click rates and help keep your subscribers engaged.
Looking for inspiration to create emails that your subscribers actually open and click? Then check out these examples of exceptional emails that have been evaluated by FulcrumTech experts for our monthly NewsLever Get the Click column.
At FulcrumTech, we recently implemented a new strategy for an email newsletter that doubled the opens and clicks for the newsletter’s Gmail subscribers. Has Gmail “clipped” your emails, hiding the full content behind a “View entire message” link? Here, we share some strategies for what you can do not only to prevent it from happening again, but to increase your opens and clicks along the way.
Think of the calls to action (CTAs) in your email campaigns as the entrance to your sales funnel. Are they easy to find? Do they welcome and draw in your prospects and customers? Does the text motivate a click? Here are eight best practices to help you design powerful CTAs that convert.
Thanks to Gmail’s new Pinterest-like, grid-view promotions tab format, email marketers have a bigger and better opportunity to engage with subscribers. But are you prepared to make the most of this latest change from Gmail? Here’s what you need to know.
If you haven’t already embraced the use of animated GIFs in your email marketing, now is the time. GIFs provide a fast, easy, and efficient way to cut through the email inbox clutter and capture your prospects’ and customers’ attention. Do GIFs really work to help drive conversions? We answer that question, plus provide some practical tips for how to proficiently use them in your marketing emails.