Subject Line

  • 8 Email Subject Lines to Increase Your Open Rate

    … between 20% and 25%, these remain relative figures, as the longer the list, the harder it becomes to maintain a high open rate. Some time ago, in this blog, we published an article wherein we discussed 7 Tips to Make your Subscribers More Likely to Open Your Emails. This entailed tactics focused on “context”, that is, on everything that you…

    GetResponse Blogin EMail- 10 readers -
  • Can Resending an Email Improve Your Open Rates?

    … the first time. Additionally, spend some time thinking about the best time to send your email. If you sent the first version of your email in the early morning, consider resending in the early evening to see if the timing affects your results. 4. Switch your subject line If your subject line didn’t attract their attention the first time, why use…

    Miranda Paquet/ Constant Contactin EMail- 14 readers -
  • Email Subject Lines: Does Size Matter?

    … Email Subject Lines: Does Size Matter? December 24, 2014 - Posted by Chris Irby to Email Marketing Ever heard the expression correlation does not imply causation? If not, you need to start hanging out with more nerds. Basically, it means that just because two statistics happen to coincide with one another doesn’t mean one caused the other…

    Chris Irby/ Dex Mediain EMail- 11 readers -
  • What High-Level Publishers Want From An Email Pitch

    … major online publishers, including: Most want to see data from your content in the subject line More than half say they’ve blacklisted at least one person due to a bad email pitch this month alone More than 85% want raw data in a pitch The post What High-Level Publishers Want From An Email Pitch by @wonderwall7 appeared first on Search Engine Journal. …

    Kelsey Jones/ Search Engine Journalin EMail Content- 3 readers -
  • How to Stand Out in a Publisher’s Inbox

    … pitch simple, be concise, and send raw data whenever you can. Not surprisingly, more than 99% of publishers were against clickbait subject lines, and more than 75% prefer subject lines to be kept to fewer than 10 words. Publishers don’t want to see CAPS, emojis, or exclamation points, either. If you’re pitching a study, highlight key findings in your…

    Relevancein Content How To's- 8 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- 5 readers -
  • Writing Effective Emails: What I Learned In The Newsroom

    … possible outcome from your campaigns requires putting your brand in front of your audience where they're most likely to engage. 41% of email opens now happen on mobile devices, beating out desktop and webmail clients by a very large margin. (CampaignMonitor) Your subject line is your headline. I don't know how many hours I spent tossing a tennis…

    ROI Factor Blogin Social EMail- 8 readers -
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