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When an email program is designed and works well, it can generate more subscribers and revenue than expected. If done poorly, you will get terrible results as well as anger among the recipients, and don’t forget to answer your boss’s countless questions.
Outlook is the most widely used email client so it cannot be ignored, especially the Outlook spam filter. But many companies don’t take the time to research keywords and symbols with the default search filter. Some of the common words and symbols that are also most commonly used to filter email as spam are “free” and an exclamation point at the end of the subject line. But the word “free” isn’t always as suspicious as many legitimate email marketers think. It can be used correctly and in the context of shipping or sample etc. No one can disagree that this is still the most effective email suggestion. So the key here is to know the words and how to use them so that your email doesn’t get caught in spam or bulk email filters.
Of course, quality costs money, which also applies to email marketing. Some marketers say that even inexpensive email lists generate decent turnover, but experts warn that more expensive lists are even more profitable due to their high quality. Another point to watch out for is that when you email a non-standard list, you are actually damaging your brand.
The subject line of an email should not be meaningless. Some examples are SE Update #101, Career Magazine Today, and eClub Newsletter. These subject lines say nothing at all when the purpose of the subject line is to entice the recipient to open the email. Things like the issue number and words that say this email is a newsletter are useless; instead, they should include information that grabs the reader’s attention.
A target link that will work in one email client will not work in another. For example, if the “from” line reads “AB Company”, it will appear as “marketing@ABCompany” in AOL’s email client. If the subject line says “Order by Sunday with free shipping and delivery by November 28th,” AOL will display it as “Order by Sunday with free shipping and delivery by November 28th.” Either some part of the message is missing, or the content has been changed. Therefore, such variables need to be tested in different email clients, otherwise, they will greatly affect the results of the mailing.
The simplicity of email marketing compared to other types of marketing lies in the directness of testing. If variables are not checked regularly, the environment is not being used correctly. Consistent and regular tests not only form but also refine the results. Many marketers like to test a rented list, but they wouldn’t send a lot of emails to the most effective mailing lists.
An email campaign is said to be successful when it promotes an attractive offer. Attractiveness does not mean that the offer has to be “free” or “50% off”, but it must be valuable and relevant to the reader. Lists should be segmented, and offers made should be more relevant to the needs, behaviors, and interests of the recipient. When processing lists, it is necessary to select the most suitable ones and develop an offer in accordance with the needs of the target audience.
Some of the best email clients have become major challenges for client marketers. Each ISP has its own problem that needs to be addressed immediately, such as HTML compatibility issues, spam, blacklists, volume-based filters, etc. The biggest mistake is not tracking results by ISP or domain. The problem is unknown until it is discovered.
Everything is getting optimized for search engines. The key to achieving higher rankings in the major search engines is search engine optimized content. Since email newsletters are the best sources of content, they should definitely be optimized for search engines by including a few keywords to boost your rankings.