Measuring Results

    • Why You Need to Send More Email Than You Think

      I’m sure you’ve asked yourself, “How often should I send email?” Weekly? Monthly? Anytime sales are low? Start with this question: How many times do you have to ask kids to do something? Usually, more than once. It’s often the same with email marketing. It’s not that people on your email list are children, it’s that they’re busy and your business isn’t their top priority.

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    • How to Measure Email Marketing Beyond Opens and Clicks

      Ask someone about their email marketing results, and they’re likely to mention metrics such as opens and clicks. But opens and clicks only tell part of the story. If you want to measure the impact of email marketing on your business, you need to dig deeper. Struggling to connect email marketing to your bottom line? Join us for a free webinar, See the Impact of Your Email Ma ...

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  • 6 Reasons Emails Bounce (And What You Can Do to Improve Your Bounce Rate)

    … We’ve all been there. You create an email, send away, and then — when you check your email reports — you see that it “bounced.” Which means your email never actually got to your intended recipient. Even worse, if your account has a high number of bounces it can have a negative impact on your delivery rate. So it makes sense to clean up those…

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  • How to Measure the Business Impact of Your Email Marketing

    … reports. But when they see the connection between their email marketing activities and real business results, things start to get a lot more exciting. Use these worksheets to tie your email marketing activities to business results. Download your worksheets: 1. How to Measure the Business Impact of Your Email Marketing — Time-Based Promotions…

    Dave Charest/ Constant Contactin EMail How To's- 18 readers -
  • [Glossary] 10 Email Marketing Terms You Need to Know to Improve Your Results

    … you dive into your email reports. We’ll show you how to use these terms and measure the impact of email marketing on your business during our next free virtual workshop. Sign up to reserve your spot now. Even if you can’t join us live, sign up and we’ll send you a free recording. In the meantime, leave us a comment and let us know your biggest reporting challenges. The post [Glossary] 10 Email Marketing Terms You Need to Know to Improve Your Results appeared first on Constant Contact Blogs. …

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  • 6 Things You Can Learn from Your Email Analytics

    … Making sense of your email analytics can be tricky at first. How do you know which numbers to focus on? What do all those numbers really mean anyway? Is this really worth your time? To approach your email reports with confidence, you have to understand what information you have available and how to use that information to improve your strategy…

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  • Which metrics are essential for digital marketing measurement?

    … Editor’s note: This post comes from our Constant Contact UK office. You can view all the posts from our UK team here. Or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. From sessions to unique visits, clicks to goal completions, Likes to engagement rates — the list of digital marketing metrics is endless. The trick is to recognise which metrics…

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  • The Importance of Paying Attention to Your Marketing Numbers

    … You already have success metrics you use to keep your business up and running. You use these metrics to track your performance and make smarter decisions about the products you sell and the services you offer. Marketing works the same way. Your marketing metrics tell you how your different activities are performing, and provide insight…

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  • Periscope Recap: Tips to Improve Your Email Click-Through Rate

    … You know it’s important to get people to open your emails. But once someone opens, how can you tell if they’re actually acting on the messages you’re sending out? This is where your click-through rate comes in. While your open rate tells you how many people opened, your click-through rate tells you how many of those people actually clicked…

    Ryan Pinkham/ Constant Contactin EMail- 27 readers -
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