Justin asked 4 years ago
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Mohit answered 4 years ago

Email marketing has risen to prominence as one of the most popular forms of marketing out there. In addition to being effective, it’s also personal and accessible for a wide variety of companies. It is different than social media. It should be more personal, more targeted, and more dedicated to reaching a specific set of users. For this I am going to explain some tips, kindly consider it in your email.

  1. Subject line should be expressive: Subject line matter the most in email marketing. If it is good you’ll see a satisfying open rate and if it is bad then your marketing campaign will suffer. Follow some basic rules in your subject line to make it more effective, include some action words, address the reader directly, make it unique and short.
  2. Personalize your email: Personalized email copy performs better than any other email copy. Input your customer’s name into your email subject lines and be sure to target the body of your email so that it speaks directly to your audience and nobody else’s. 
  3. Make your emails clear: For this focus on making your emails clear and descriptive first, and then make the catchy second. Clear emails boost your authority as a company, since they promise only what they can deliver.
  4. Relate your subject line with mail body: Keep your subject text in-line with your body copy. In addition to providing better value for readers, this will also go a long way toward enhancing your reputation as a company and making sure that customers want to click your mail.
  5. Show the benefits rather than features: If you’re making an offer via email, be sure to showcase the benefits of said offer rather than the features. In addition to being more valuable for readers, this also helps present a realistic picture of your product. Most people focus on the features in an attempt to sell a product, focusing on the benefits can go much further toward helping the reader understand what’s unique and special about the product.
  6. Make it short: Keep your emails as short and to-the-point as possible. This keeps your audience’s interest up and also serves to keep you on track and on topic throughout the duration of your email campaign.