We’re back again with our fourth installment of our series breaking down the email campaigns of the 2016 presidential hopefuls. Let’s dive in, shall we?
We’ll go ahead and get this one out of the way:
Another two weeks rolls by and another ridiculous amounts of email from the Clinton camp. 55 to be exact. That’s almost four emails a day. Holy moly.
We talked recently about how confirmation messages were an unappreciated way to generate more revenue and boost your ROI. Well, we’re back again to hype another message type that should be in every email marketer’s arsenal, but probably isn’t: the abandoned cart email.
As we come to the end of July, it’s that time to let you all know what’s going on in August to help keep your messages topical and timely. Also, there’s a full moon on the 18th. And who doesn’t love a full moon?
So, without further ado …
So, here it is:
In it, our top strategists breakdown the retail best practices that have been crushing it in the email marketing world this year. You’ll come away armed with the knowledge to boost your revenue, improve your ROI, and send truly amazing messages to your customers.
We’ve talked before about the email types you should be sending out to your subscribers, but there’s one automatic message (or, at least, we hope it is) that might not be getting as much love from you as it needs. We are talking about (if you read the title to this post then you already know) confirmation emails.
Welcome back to our ongoing series breaking down the email campaigns of the presidential hopefuls. We took a break last week because we wanted to expand the race.
We signed up for Gary Johnson’s emails, and wanted to give a little time for his emails to catch up to everyone else’s. So, how does the third-party candidate stack up?