For those in the email industry, the header, navigation and footer aren’t new concepts. But what makes these elements good?
We get a lot of questions around email design. While there are always new tricks to try, there are some tried-and-true best practices that seem to stand the test of time.
One of the biggest hurdles of working with others on a project is getting another person to understand your vision. Sure, it’s an exciting 4K cinematic glory playing in your head.
When it comes to email design, time is extremely important – especially as you ramp up for the holidays. We want to create gorgeous, user-friendly designs, but we don’t want to take forever doing it. That’s where apps and plugins come in handy!
For designers, there are many things to remember when creating an email. Often the forgotten question is, sadly, “Is this accessible for all my subscribers?”
Imagine a subway commuter on his cellphone with barely any signal. He’s trying to read an email from his favorite shoe brand, but none of the images will load. And because there’s no live text in this message, he has no idea what this brand is trying to tell him. Is there an exclusive sale? A brand-new line? In frustration, he deletes the email.
But we didn't want to stop with just your abandonment series. Below you'll find some quick tips to improve the results of your welcome series and win-back campaigns, too.
Your customer showed interest in a product but didn’t buy it. Your browse or cart abandonment message should be enough to seal the deal, right? Well…not quite. There’s a lot of thought you should put into the content and design of those abandonment messages.
For being so short, February is a pretty big month, giving email marketers many excuses to engage their audiences. There's Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, National Eat-Ice-Cream-for-Breakfast Day (Google it, it’s a thing), and my personal favorite holiday: my birthday!
Picture this: it's a lazy Sunday afternoon, you’re laying on your couch in your pajamas re-watching Stranger Things with your cat finding a comfy spot in your lap. Your phone pings and you see a new email from your favorite nerdy t-shirt store.
It’s all about being what I like to call “skimmable” – someone should be able to read your email while scrolling at a normal speed and get the major points. You’ve got about 3 seconds to grab a reader’s attention before they move on, so make good use of it with succinct copy, relevant content, and lots of highly breathable white space.
Gmail just announced that it will be adding support for responsive email by the end of the month. Email geeks world-wide go nuts! It’s pretty incredible. One minute you’re struggling to get your hybrid fluid email hacks to render, and out of nowhere, Gmail releases this update like no biggie:
I had a revelation the other day while chatting with a wonderful client and was able to see this tried-and-true concept in a brand new way: a welcome series campaign is a lot like your first couple dates with someone new. You can begin to lay a strong foundation right there with a few smart moves or ruin it with a few often-made missteps. Hear me out.
Because an eComm welcome series typically enjoys a spectacular conversion rate, you should remember that the key content objective to greet new subscribers and nurture them down the sales funnel into the wonderful world of customerdom.
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