I always loved statistics, different statistics. Stats always help to make a choice. Here are most important Email Marketing Statistics for 2009-2010. As I say – know your market and know your customer!
Best day to send emails. Studies conducted by online research analysts have shown that the best days to perform a mail-out to your list are Tuesday and Wednesday, as this is when people are more receptive to communication. This means that they are more likely to read your content and click on links, meaning more […]
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Today I’d like to talk about one of the most useful tools in email marketing – Autoresponder software. As we all know, in most cases it’s a somewhere-based subscription service with monthly fee (hmmm, well, that looks limited and expensive). What I want to talk about today is a stand-alone fully functional autoresponder solution with […]
* In 2009, U.S. cell phone subscribers sent and received on average 390 text messages per month, compared to making 230 voice calls a month, according to the Mobile Business Statistics. * Between the ages of 12 – 45 will send 60% more text messages than make voice calls. * Currently 1/3 of the world […]
Hi marketers! Ready or not, 2010 is here. It’s time to boost your email marketing sales, right? And according to eMarketer, 2010 is going to be a good year for email marketing. A December survey revealed that 69% of respondents plan to increase spending on email marketing efforts – more than any other marketing strategy. […]
You can find #1 – #4 stories here. Success Story #5 – TV launches SMS-based marketing campaign Trouble TV, a UK teen channel is using an SMS-based relationship marketing campaign. The campaign encourages viewers of Trouble TV and visitors to its web site (www.trouble.co.uk) to send in by text message, a promotional code that appears […]