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shermin sathi
Apr 09, 2022
In Welcome to the Arts Forum
That's what email marketing does for you. It remains one of the most popular forms of marketing, thanks to its high roi and incredible reach. However, email marketing does not work like magic. You need to have an actionable strategy, gather valuable insights, and create compelling content to make your emails dazzling (pun intended). Email has been shown to influence 50.7% of customers when it comes to their purchasing decisions. So how can you harness this? You will need to make sure you are doing some things right and not doing others wrong. Our list of top email marketing mistakes will help you pave your way through the incredibly rewarding avenue that is email marketing. 1. Sending your email to junk folder if your customers don't see your email in their inbox, That's a pretty reliable indicator that your campaign will fail. The good news is that there are ways to prevent your brand from ending up in the junk folder. You can company mailing list ask your followers to whitelist you, but that requires them to take action, and you can't always trust that. Instead, make sure your email content contains as little spam as possible. Here are a few tips:stay away from words like "Free" in the subject line. Include alt text for all your images so spam filters can decode what they are. Use the email addresses that people have voluntarily given You to prevent them from reporting you as spam. In other words, don't buy mailing lists. Do not use capital letters in your text and subject. Use a legitimate email address from which to send your communication. 2. Trying to circumvent gdpr and/or other legal aspects most regulations, including the general data protection regulation (gdpr), have one purpose: to protect user privacy and data. Make sure you understand the legal requirements for sending emails to your targeted geographies to avoid being caught red-handed or paying hefty fines. It would be really foolish to share your mailing lists with a third party, obtain data without the user's consent and compromise someone's right to privacy. 3. Apply
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