Email Analytics

  • PaveAI: Someone Finally Found Answers in Google Analytics!

    … For years we’ve struggled with both clients and professionals making poor decisions based on analytics. There are several shortcomings, especially with Google Analytics, that people aren’t often aware of: Fake Traffic – analytics traffic doesn’t include visits made by bots. The problem is that there are millions of bots out there that obscure…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Google- 47 readers -
  • Mailflow: Add Autoresponders and Automate Email Sequences

    …. Because the emails were automated, there was little cost to developing the program. However, unless we wanted to spend a fortune on development time, the integration and automation that triggered the flow of emails had to be done utilizing a great platform. Mailflow is a platform built specifically for the end user to drag and drop email sequences…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail- 20 readers -
  • How To Use Email Analytics To Increase Conversions

    … with it to create the necessary change? Email Analytics By implementing an email analytics software into your system you’re able to find out exactly what happens to your emails when they reach your users’ inboxes. This includes if they’re opened or not, what time of day each user is more likely to take action on them, and what day of the week is the best time…

    Kerry Butters/ GetResponse Blogin Social EMail How To's- 19 readers -
  • Your Ultimate and Complete Email Send Checklist!

    … It never fails… about once a week I get a beautiful email in my inbox that’s labeled FNAME or is a collage of blank images with no alternative text. Or I get it on my retina display with fuzzy images. Or I open it on my mobile phone and can’t read it because the mobile email wasn’t responsive. Email is serious business… it’s a permission-based…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail- 6 readers -
  • FrontApp: The Shared Inbox Desktop App for Sales

    It was just a few minutes ago that we got a general request in from a client off of our shared email address. We have some groups setup in Google Apps on reporting, information, etc. so that we make sure we don’t drop the ball. (Or… I should say I don’t drop the ball). However, that causes other issues. Two of us are online, see the email, and respond at the same time. Confusion ensues.

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 17 readers -
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