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You can do better than that. Image source. Psst: This post was originally published in 2014, but we recently gave it a refresh during our two-week publishing hiatus. Since launching the Unbounce Marketing Blog, this post has become one of our top-performing posts of all time. We hope you enjoy the read.
“OMG, that email subject line totally reached out and grabbed me!” Image source. Psst: This post was originally published in 2013, but we recently gave it a refresh during our two-week publishing hiatus. Since launching the Unbounce Marketing Blog, this post has become one of our top-performing posts of all time. We hope you enjoy the read.
Young love in the 21st century, amirite? Image via Shutterstock. Psst: This post was originally published in 2014, but we recently gave it a refresh during our two-week publishing hiatus. Since launching the Unbounce Marketing Blog, this post has become one of our top-performing posts of all time. We hope you enjoy the read. Research shows there are over 205,000,000,000 emails sent each day.
Does the word conference bring up memories of suited professionals droning on about… well, you can’t quite remember what? Awkward socializing, shameless sales pitching, lined paper and branded pens — some conferences can be very beige indeed. But not all conferences are made equal. In fact, some can lead you to completely change your marketing game for the better by giving yo ...
When it comes to overlays, everyone’s a critic — especially your prospects. Image via Shutterstock. These days, cyberspace is about as cluttered as my closet. And in that deep sea of endless streams and notifications and other dopamine-releasing distractions, getting your offer seen can be challenging to say the least.
Image via Shutterstock. Has anyone in the history of the world ever kept a New Year’s resolution? I know I haven’t. But that doesn’t stop me from making them year after year and convincing myself that this will be the year for life-altering change. And then my credit card gets charged for my monthly gym membership and I realize I haven’t been in three months… (Where did the ...
Did you know I’m psychic? It’s true. Your favourite color is orange. You once lived on Chestnut Lane. You’ve googled “email best practices” at some point in your marketing career. Okay, so one out of three ain’t bad — amirite? The point is, best practices are important to marketers. Whether it’s email, landing pages or social media, best practices provide a jumping off point ...
Get a Jump-Start on 2017 with These Free Webinars By Helen Arceyut Frixione on December 23rd, 2016 in Conversion Optimization Be the first to comment If you’re like me, your inbox is a mix of professional emails sprinkled with a dash of webinars and a touch of ebooks. Sometimes, I’ll open one of these hyper-actionable and insightful emails, but no matter how hard I try, I c ...
Working at Unbounce has its perks. But the best perk by far is working with some of the most talented, friendly people dogs. There’s Darwin, Gonzo, Winnie, Tribble, Stella, Luna, Billy, Kiki, Carter, Izu, Mango, Leo, Ted, Bruno, Molly, Captain, Falcon, Timmy, Hambone and Lola… just to name a few.
One share from an influencer can massively impact your traffic. Image via Shutterstock. Here’s a bombshell: All that well-written, well-optimized content you’ve been developing probably won’t give you the business boost you’re looking for. Behind the most impressive online success stories, you won’t find a pithy blog. Instead, you’ll find smart, strategic influencer outreach.
Image source. As marketers, we all love releasing new campaigns and collateral regularly (launch days are the best days, amiright?). But despite best efforts, projects can take much longer than planned and unexpected roadblocks can stop you from shipping as often as you’d like. Even worse, you can spend weeks extending deadlines in search of perfection, only to discover a pro ...
Fact: Overlays increase conversion rates. Why? Because science. But before we dig into the science, let’s take a look at why overlays are a marketer’s best friend. Image via Giphy. A second (and often last) chance to convert Here’s something no one in ecommerce wants to hear: Prospects abandon websites in droves, and most will never return.
Our Gift to You: The Ultimate Holiday Email Marketing & Landing Page Guide By Amy Wood on December 12th, 2016 in Campaign Strategy Be the first to comment Eggnog and rum, chestnuts and open fires, turkey and cranberry, email marketing and landing pages: there are some things that are better together.
This marketing infographic is part of KlientBoost’s 25-part Marketing Advent Calendar. Sign up here to receive a new gifographic once a day in your inbox. As a kid who was fascinated with the magic store, it’s kind of surprising that I still don’t know how magicians do certain tricks. But it’s probably because as an adult, I’ve spent most of my time trying to master one magic ...
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Check and maintain your conversion rates often, just like you would your car. Image via Shutterstock. A major faux pas I often see with conversion rates is that businesses only seem to to address them when alarms are triggered. Conversion rates require ongoing maintenance and should be regular focal points in your optimization and marketing efforts.
Do you remember the Windows game Pipe Dream? In it, the player creates a continuous “goo” path using randomly assigned pieces of pipe. Fail to build a path in time and the goo oozes everywhere… Game over. For a marketer, the pipe pieces are your web pages. And the goo? Your visitors. Fail to provide your visitors with a logical next step and it’s game over.
Hurry! Holiday shopping is upon us, which means big conversion opportunities await. Image via Shutterstock. What’s worse than not being able to find the perfect Christmas gift for someone you love? How about finding it, then realizing it’s sold out? Sold out. The thought alone is enough to cause a pre-Christmas meltdown, but while we’re all fretting over the perfect gift, b ...
What would more traffic to your blog post mean to you? Image source. What would 100,000 views on a blog post mean to you? Depending on the goals of your blog, it could mean thousands of new subscribers and fans. But it could also mean new customers — big traffic means big exposure and big exposure means big growth. We’ve been publishing content at Groove for the last five years.
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