The Ultimate Guide to Email Marketing

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Did you know? Consumers who purchased products marketed through email spend 138% more than consumers that do not receive email offers.

Email marketing is a powerful tool for reaching today’s couples– if you do it right. So we’ve created the ultimate email marketing guide for you, check it out!

  • Follow the golden rule and only send emails to couples who have given you permission to mail them, this is mandated by the CAN-SPAM Act.
  • There are 196 billion emails sent/received worldwide DAILY! Make sure you’re reaching the right couples at the right stage of their wedding planning process by targeting your emails.
  • 33% of email recipients open an email based on subject line alone–keep it short, concise, and to the point.
  • Think of your pre-header as a second subject line, use it to grab couples attention immediately.
  • Make sure your content is relevant to your audience: focus on a single message and don’t forget to create a sense of urgency!
  • Tell couples what to do next with a clear call to action (for example “Buy Now” or “Sign up Today”).
  • You never know where couples may be looking at your email, so make sure it’s mobile-optimized!
  • Reinforce your email by giving couples a landing page to go to.
  • A/B testing is everything! Whether you are looking into using new subject lines or implementing a new email layout an A/B test is truly the only way to see what’s working and what’s not working with couples.

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*Sources: Litmus; “From the Inbox to the Landing Page: Email Marketing Best Practices in Action”,  Groove; “3 Email Best Practices You Must Utilize in 2015”, Impact Branding & Design “25 Compelling Statistics About the Importance of Email Marketing”; The Radicati Group Inc, “Email Statistics Report 2014-2017”

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