Email marketing is still one of the most effective ways to connect with your target audience in order to build a relationship and make sales. But have you ever taken the time to clean your email list? If the answer is no, then you’re wasting money, time and effort on marketing to people who aren’t interested in your brand.
Cleaning your email also refers to email scrubbing or purging. It means removing unengaged subscribers from your email list so you can only market to people who want to receive your emails.
This is an essential part of targeting your marketing and you should review your email list hygiene at least twice per year.
Email marketing continues to be a reliable and cost-effective way for a business to promote, sell and generate sales leads online and offline. Successful marketers still run email marketing campaigns for a host of reasons. In fact, you can use email marketing to foster and grow your customer relationships as well as maintain a high level of customer satisfaction.
But, like other forms of marketing, in order to maximize your email marketing results, you should have a basic understanding of the metrics (obtained results) associated with your promotions.
Here’s 5 metrics that will show you how you can do just that.
A Quick Update On Email Marketing Trends
Email is still the #1 marketing channel for your business.
Email marketing is still one of the most effective tools for driving sales in your business, but as with most forms of marketing, it rarely stands still. The new general data protection regulation (GDPR) has a direct impact on marketing practices, including email marketing.
There are always new techniques to try, and important rules and regulations to be aware of. Here are some of the current email marketing trends to watch out for as you formulate your email marketing campaigns.