People are often asking me the question: what is the difference between newsletters and email marketing. Many people think that they are the same but they are mistaken. In this article I am going to explain the difference between the two, but before I get started I want to ask you; hаvе уоu bееn ‘оn thе fence’ аbоut ѕtаrtіng аn еmаіl nеwѕlеttеr? If the answer is yes, then you really need to read on and find out the 5 top reasons whу email newsletters succeed.
Need a crash course on eCommerce email marketing best practices? Good thing you’re here.
Remarkety was invited to speak at WeWork about the best practices for email marketing, types of behavioral eCommerce emails and tracking email ROI.
While people may not view email as more exciting than Pinterest or Facebook or Instagram, email is used a lot.
WSJ reported people at work check their email 74 times a day on average.
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Email newsletters are sort of like the dinosaurs of the internet age or direct mail of the 21st century. They are sent on a wing and a prayer, or whatever that means, that people will actually open, click and heaven forbid, make a purchase.
We’re trying to change that at Remarkety. We recently launched a new type of email newsletter that can be targeted at customers based on their shopping behavior – like the products they’re browsing online and buying. This means they’re relevant and more likely to be opened, clicked and lead to a purchase. Read More