When it comes to a product, persuasion becomes an art in order to influence your customers. The strongest influence comes from the colors to draw in different demographics.
When marketing a product, Sound and Smell ranks 1% in contributing to influence, Texture at 6%, and Visual Appearance with 93%. Concluding that visuals take the highest percentage it is safe to assume that it is one of the most powerful methods of marketing. Continue reading Impact of Colors on Marketing
At the 2015 Email Evolution Conference, email deliverability experts from the 4 major ISPs – Paul Rock (AOL), Matthew Moleski (Comcast), Sri Somanchi (Gmail), and John Scarrow (Outlook.com) came to present their facts and figures on deliverability for the closing discussion. We’d like to call them the Fantastic 4
Here are the key questions that were answered during the talk :
- What does email engagement really mean for an ISP?
- Do opens and clicks really matter?
- Do inactive recipients affect sender reputation?
- What else matters and what doesn’t?
- What can you tell to your own email marketing team?
Mega scale and small scale email senders alike are constantly battling the Junk Folder. Whether it be a major e-commerce site sending millions of emails per month or a real estate broker sending a few hundred both have to contend with the Junk Folder. Undoubtedly, the Junk Folder causes a lot of heartburn and stress for many email marketers. This article provides the reader with insights and experience on why messages go to the Junk Folder.
Continue reading Why Your Email Lands In Junk Folder
Use Your Autotriggers to Full Advantage
Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about how marketers aren’t fully using the functions of their marketing automation platform (MAP). We understand that, after all, it takes time and practice to get familiar with all the bells and whistles, and some features just may not be required for your campaigns.
Continue reading Getting the Most Out of Your Marketing Automation Tools
Is inbox delivery an art form, science or a bit of both? Based on our experience with thousands of customers over 14 years, we say both.