From the subject line to the closing, there’s a science to writing the perfect email. Include too many pictures, and your clickthrough rate may decrease. Write too much text, and your message may overwhelm your reader — especially considering 48% of emails are opened on a smartphone. In this ‘Hubspot’ ebook, How to Write the Perfect Email, they’ll walk you through the 14 key steps to optimize your marketing emails for opens,
One of the very effective tool used by any sales people is email marketing. Easiest way to get connect and engage with prospects to nurture. But just like a gatekeeper can prevent a salesperson from reaching the manager or executive they want to get in touch with, a subject line can block a prospect from opening a sales email. And it doesn’t matter how much research and time you put
If you are an entrepreneur, email marketer or sales representative you must know when to send emails to your customers to get more people open it. You could be write a stunning subject line and create attractive email design for your email campaign, but all go waste easily if you send email at wrong time. So you must know what’s the right time to send your emails to customers or
Every day you gets tons of emails into inbox like coupons, newsletter, password change, shopping offer, social media alerts, lead nurturing emails and even some important mail from some special person. Not sure you open all those emails. But what makes you to open some mails? that your sender take some extra step to actually open an email? Often, it’s the subject line. So effective subject line will help you to judge the content inside email because your first impression
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Email marketing has come a long way in just the past few years. But with all the fancy new functionality brands are utilizing, you know what’s kind of funny? A well-written, plain-text email can perform just as well (if not better) than a highly designed email with tons of bells and whistles.