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25 Signs You Work In Email Marketing
Whether you work for an email marketing provider or specialise in sending email marketing campaigns, these are 25 things that everyone will recognise.
1. When you explain what you do, people say: “oh so you send me all that spam”.
Every. Single. Time.
Personalisation is a core advantage of email marketing.
To put it in the simplest terms possible, it means a message begins with the name of the recipient. Whether that’s their first name, last name, salutation or any other field in your database.
The beauty of this is that it works whether you’re sending to a thousand, ten thousand or ten million people – as long as your database is sorted properly.
However, no matter how clever the technology is, you have to use email marketing’s personalisation tools well to get the most out of them. Which is why Forfront’s email marketing tip of the month for July is all about making the most from personalisation in email.
How regularly do you see products on a website that are suggested based on your past purchases, do you like it? Does it work for you? Monetate have compiled some interesting stats to provide incite into how this is perceived by the public.