The report was based on data from a survey conducted between May 31 and June 9, 2016 of 150 Internet retailers who are part of the Campaigner customer base.
Some 19% of respondents say they send a welcome email after the first 24 hours but within a week; an additional 12% send a welcome email within a month. Only 7% of e-commerce marketers say they do not send a welcome email to new subscribers.
The most common methods for getting consumers to join email lists are offering news/content (55% of respondents say they do so), offering regular promotions (49%), offering a discount on the current purchase (23%), and offering a discount on a future purchase (23%).
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About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted between May 31 and June 9, 2016 of 150 Internet retailers who are part of the Campaigner customer base.
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