Tag Archives | email inbox
15 Tips to Improve Your Email Program in 2016 (2 of 3)
This is part 2 of our 3 part series is designed to help you improve your email marketing program over the next 90 days. The key is to implement small changes on a regular basis to test and track each change in your program.
6. Provide Value
Ultimately, your Read more...
New Gmail Features
Last month, Gmail rolled out a “Block” feature, which allows us to "Never see messages from this person again," says Sri Harsha Somanchi, a product manager at Google's Gmail.
There is also the option to Add to Contact list, which allows users to add you (the marketer) to their contacts.
Seed Lists, Inboxing and Open Rates
While having a good IP reputation is still important, it's not the ONLY indicator, or even the primary indicator, as to whether or not your email are going to make it to the inbox, or even get delivered at all.
Domains, along with other technologies, are playing more and more Read more...
Useful Gmail Tips
HTML Elements to Test
Often times clients will go through the "Troubleshooting Inbox Placement" steps that we provide, only to get stuck on the HTML factors.
If you think about how web pages display in different browsers and on different devices, it's no wonder that it can get a bit overwhelming when Read more...
12 Tips for Getting to the Inbox
Here are 12 tips to keep you from getting caught by the spam filters:
- Produce quality content (this includes making sure your email code is clean, formatting is done correctly, links are used appropriately, and that the messages don't look and feel "spammy", etc.)
- Mail to opt-in only address (confirmed opt-in Read more...
5 Factors that Impact Inbox Placement
As we uncover new information when troubleshooting for clients, we like to occasionally revisit the topic of Inbox Placement and factors that may be impacting you. While this is not a comprehensive list of items that impact inbox placement, they are some of the most common and a good Read more...
5 Ways To Get Your Email Opened First
Email marketing is a double edged sword and its greatest benefit can also cut deeply into your bottom line.
On the one side, email is a very low cost way to reach and follow up with a large number of potential clients and customers.
Done right, email can be your most Read more...