5 Tips to Maximize your Email Marketing Efforts
Email is an effective way to communicate with clients. Below are five tips that can be used to drive maximum engagement amongst your customers:
Easy on the Eyes
When you write an email to your client, make sure the email has less text that is evened out. You need to highlight your content and if required, you may include some pictures that are relevant to the content. Pictures help with cognition and they also help to break the monotony of reading of an email that is rich with information presented with text. Construct your email perfectly and consider creating a mobile version too.
Use a Compelling Subject Line
The subject line of your email should be used to attract clients and consumers. Consider using influential words and sentences that demand action from the clients and consumers. Sentences that contain words or phrases such as, “limited number”, “proven”, “premium”, and many more should work flawlessly. Test the subject line with your colleagues first if possible, and then conduct an A/B test prior to launching the email to the clients.
Ensure the Email Reaches the Inbox
Marketers should allocate a time to monitor the delivery of emails to make sure that they are arriving in the in the client’s email inbox. Your marketers can start by including multi-part messages, by checking spam scores, spam words and by avoiding spam traps. In addition, you should use “subscribe” and “unsubscribe” options.
Look at Your Numbers
Before you launch your next email campaign, it is best that you check the results of your previous email campaign. Just by looking at other factors, you can improve the amount of opens, clicks, and conversions significantly. Supervise the time between the emails that are sent and opened. Monitor the quality and the length of your subject lines, so that you can make improvements where possible. It is advisable that you predict your results, and then, you can assess the difference to improve the outcome.
Gain Your Clients’ Trust
All of the email that you send and open build up to your marketing proposition. Continue branding your company and working on your ability to switch your prospects to great customers. Your focus should be to gain the trust of your consumers. They need to know that they are able to depend on you for relevant and significant emails.
Take the time to construct a meaningful and business-driven email to ensure that your consumers will continue to trust you and your company. Additionally, you need to make them feel that they can communicate with you at any time with questions and concerns.
Solomon Thimothy is the Co-founder of Clickx, a Chicago-based white label digital marketing platform. He has been in the agency space for over a decade and has helped 100s of entrepreneurs build 7 and 8 figure agencies. He helps agency owners on a 1:1 basis to scale sales and fulfillment. Follow him on twitter @sthimothy