Last month, Gmail announced that images soon would be automatically displayed in email messages across desktop, iOS, and Android devices. That’s because images will be saved on and served through Google’s own servers instead of from the original external host servers. What does this mean for email marketers? The rollout is still in its early stages, but here’s what we know so far.
Which digital-marketing channels provide the best return on investment? Here we discuss how to measure ROI for each of the primary media channels.
With typical open rates of about 50%, welcome emails are among the most opened emails you’ll ever send. New subscribers have expressed an interest in your organization by signing up to receive emails from you. So this is the time to act by sending a series of automated, triggered welcome emails to successfully drive conversions. Here we talk about some of the most important things to consider as you roll out the welcome mat for your new subscribers.
In this month’s feature, we talk about how to effectively use data in your email marketing to greatly increase levels of engagement and email return on investment (ROI).
The number of college applications is up, but admission yields (i.e., the number of students who choose to enroll after being accepted) are declining. As a result of these trends, colleges and universities are striving to find new strategies for driving yield rates up, while also improving the academic quality of the student body and…
When it comes to email marketing today, mobile definitely can’t be ignored. How can you create compelling email messages that cater to your on-the-go mobile audience? Find out in this month’s feature.