We all wish that our customers would buy more and become regular shoppers. This is true for a physical businesses, and online businesses alike. The need to reduce churn is vital for an online store and this is why you need to focus on ways to boost repeat purchases.
When we talk about email strategies we often think of the kinds of emails that the customer need to be opted in for. You know, the weekly updates we send out, the sales emails, the product recommendations, but many fail to engage customers post-purchase. Big mistake.
This week we wanted to focus on a specific type of email that is very important to any eCommerce business and is very often forgotten about. And that is post-purchase emails.
Segmentation, the word that you are sure to have heard a million times before and I can assure you, it is a word that you will continue to hear. Segmentation can be the make or break of your email marketing and there is no better place to start than from the very beginning – Welcome Series Segmentation.
In this post I am going to guide you through segmenting your Welcome Series into three target audiences. These segments are based on three sections of your data that is derived directly from your website. To learn more read on….
Have you been focusing on the use of online traffic to gain customers? Then perhaps you may be ignoring the one of the best online marketing strategy, email marketing. Not only is email marketing great at engaging new customers but also, it helps re-engage lapsed customers; winning them back, increasing eCommerce sales and improving brand engagement.
Many have heard how great email marketing is for eCommerce merchants, however, the same question remains: How do you create a great and effective win-back email marketing strategy?
Oh the joys of eCommerce. You fight to gain your new consumers, get them to your website only to lose them after purchase or two. We all hate inactive customers. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to reduce your customer churn and build a bank of loyal customers that stick with your brand?
Have your customers broken up with you? How are your efforts at winning them back going? Is it even possible to win back inactive customers? If you are asking yourself any of these questions then you need to read on. Understanding the methodology of inactive customers will help you put together a killer eCommerce email marketing campaign.
Holidays are some of the busiest shopping times of the year. This is why you need to boost the power of your holiday marketing campaigns without delay. Once you do that, you will be able to generate even more leads and increase your company’s revenue in no time. This is the ultimate guide to holiday email marketing. Read on to learn more…
Product recommendations are a critical element in almost any email marketing campaign, and has been a core feature in Remarkety since our launch in 2012. As an industry leader in email marketing, the Remarkety team has continuously updated all features along with technological advances.
In this article, we are going to dive into the world of product recommendations in email marketing and how you can utilize this powerful tool to increase your overall sales, conversion rates and revenue. What’s more, we are going to show you how Remarkety has taken product recommendations to the next level.
Even though your email list is big, it is not efficient. You are emailing everyone on the list without caring for their age, geography, interests, or purchase history. If you use a segment of your list and target specific audiences then you will be able to cater your content to that audience and vastly increase your sales.
We’ve all heard by now the effects that email segmentation can have on an online business. But what about businesses that sell products to other businesses? What if you have a long list of people that are business owners, or marketers, or CEO’s of corporations? You might think to yourself why would I send them the same cheesy cart abandonment email? Or another “we missed you” email. They wouldn’t even look at it right?
Well today we want to show you how you can bring value to each segment of your B2B subscribers.
Most people think that social media and influencer marketing has completely surpassed what email marketing could ever achieve, but they couldn’t be farther from the truth. Email marketing still remains the most effective tool to increase customer lifetime value and increase your sales. The people on your email list have given you a private door into their personal lives, by giving you their email address. It is up to you to use this access to your advantage by respecting their needs and engaging on a personal level. Turns out, an email campaign is 6x more likely to get a click-through than a tweet. Now it’s time for you to learn how to influence sales with Email personalization.
So what is people’s concern with email? Why is the entrepreneurial community flocking to social media and abandoning email in search of greener pastures? One of the main advantages of social media is that it fosters a much more personal relationship with potential clients and customers.
How do we reconcile the potency of social media to foster better relationships and the higher conversions of email marketing? You got it! We use email personalization!
So how do you do this? Here are the 4 top strategies to use to personalize your emails: