FILTERS

clear all

Content Type

Events

Topics

Framework Elements

Recency

Time to Complete

Subject Matter Expert

RESULTS

Sort by:
  • Saturday is St. Patrick's Day, and today's infographic offers four fun and practical tips to incorporate the holiday into your email program.

  • Don't let the stories scare you. Some of the email axioms we believe to be true just aren't—at least, not anymore. See whether you've fallen victim to some of the most common email myths.

  • Done right, humor sells. But you probably don't sell a product or service that's inherently funny. So how can you create funny content that's just right for your business?

  • Get out of your email marketing rut by making sure that you've implemented these six tips to help you hit your email goals in 2018.

  • Consumers say the inclusion of relevant product recommendations is the email approach they appreciate most from retailers, according to recent research from Liveclicker and The Relevancy Group.

  • It's almost the day of love, which offers a prime opportunity to make your email subscribers feel extra special. Check out this infographic for quick tips on how to create the perfect Valentine's Day email.

  • Do welcome, birthday, and win-back email messages sent by brands make it into consumers' inboxes—and when they do, do they get read?

  • Which types of content do consumers of various ages want to see more of from brands? Do some content formats resonate more with certain age groups?

  • What changes or innovations will alter how we email in 2018? What will go away or become less relevant? What role will video play? What are some top tips for email marketers in 2018?

  • Today's inboxes are more crowded than ever. But using smart design and tactics, marketers from brands big and small can build effective email campaigns. For inspiration, check out some of the best emails from 2017, along with tips to ensure your emails stand out.

  • Getting an email program up and running is tough under most circumstances, including when you're first starting out. But you can take steps to stack the email marketing deck in your favor.

  • The proportion of marketing-email subscribers who use Gmail for those subscriptions has jumped 76% since 2014, according to recent research from Yes Lifecycle Marketing.

  • In this online seminar, you'll learn about all aspects of an email lead nurturing program, from initial awareness to post-purchase follow-up. You'll get insight, tactics, tips, and takeaways that you can implement to improve the email relationship-building campaigns for your business.

  • It's easy to send an email to subscribers, but not so simple to make sure that email ends up in the inbox. This graphic (and game!) from ReturnPath outlines the steps you need to take to ensure good email deliverability.

  • Most marketers say the effectiveness of their email marketing campaigns is improving, according to recent research from Return Path and Ascend2.

  • Getting holiday-season email delivered and opened without irking your recipients is a challenge. Luckily, we've compiled a few tested tips and tricks that will help you refine your emails to bring your organization more cheer this season.

  • Want your marketing emails to break through all the noise on Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Then consider sending them a day early or a day late.

  • In this Teach Me How seminar, you'll learn how to develop an effective nurturing campaign strategy that will move your prospects from lead to (loyal) customer, helping you build an ongoing relationship to foster brand advocates. You'll also see some real-world examples of how these campaigns are used for B2B and B2C organizations to help you create a library of tactical ideas.

  • Content marketers tend to focus on external communication channels, such as social media, video channels, and blogs, but it would be a mistake to neglect other important touchpoints. These three effective tactics can extending your content marketing reach.

  • Most younger US consumers say their use of email has increased over the past few years, and most say they expect their email use to increase even more in the next five years, according to recent research from SendGrid and Egg Strategy.