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8 months ago by Suzy Carter-Kent

Reflecting on 2016: The Travel & Leisure sector shines through email

2016 has been a great year for email in general, but the Travel & Leisure industry’s email performance really kicked off. According to the 2016 Email Industry Census – Key Sector Report, 83 percent of companies in this sector rate email ROI as ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ (up by 11 percent compared to 2015). And they were only…

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11 months ago by Matt McGowan

Onboarding: The path to customer engagement and retention

When exactly does a customer conversion occur? Is it when someone opts in to email? When someone subscribes to your service? The first time he or she makes a purchase? You may have a different answer depending on your business model. But we’d like to suggest a different way of looking at conversions: It’s an…

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1 year ago by Peter Rylands

Charities, Government & Not-for-Profits see great improvement in email marketing year-on-year

From looking at the overall best performer (Publishing & Media) we’re going to the ‘Most Improved’, a category taken by the Charities, Government & Not-for-Profit sector. 2015 produced mediocre results for the sector, but our 2016 Sector Census shows them to moving forward leaps and bounds. Do Bigger Budgets Mean Better ROI? The Charities, Government…

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1 year ago by Peter Rylands

Publishing & Media remains top sector for email marketing in 2016

Our 2016 Email Marketing Census showed that email marketing has had spectacular ROI growth in comparison to other channels. It’s not just the technology that’s evolved though, the way in which marketers think has evolved too – they focus customer-driven marketing aided by an increased integration between technologies and channels used over the last decade.…

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1 year ago by Ryan Phelan

Why your email templates must be mobile-first

As a society, we’re addicted to our smartphones. They’re the first things we look at in the morning. They’re in our hands, pockets and handbags all day long, and they’re on the nightstand next to us when we sleep. Heck let’s admit it, some of us even cuddle them under our pillows at night. Obviously…

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