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Email campaigns are an effective way to create and nurture leads but have sadly come under fire in the last few years due to its abuse by spammers and junk mail filters.
Unfortunately, many companies’ email marketing efforts are going unread or trapped in an overzealous spam folder. We have identified three reasons:
In 2004, the CAN-SPAM regulation was implemented in the US, to curb the spread of spam from bulk email marketing lists. A decade later, the Canadian government created CASL (Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation), a stricter law designed to fight spam and electronic fraud.
Some rules email marketing services must respect/adhere to/observe include:
For further details about CASL (Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation):
Download the document CASL: DOs & DON’Ts
Email marketing services can be a very effective promotional tool, but without web tracking, there is no way to measure how an email marketing campaign is performing. Email campaigner solutions such as MailChimp and Constant Contact send out mass email marketing campaigns and provide these campaign performance measures:
Statistics like these show the effectiveness of email campaigns. Tracking allows an email marketing agency to modify and improve the performance of its campaigns. For example, if recipients are opening an email, but not clicking enough on the links, perhaps a better call to action is needed. If there is a low open rate, the subject line might not be compelling enough, or the email list might not make up the target audience.
Consult with Direct Objective today to learn more about designing creative and effective email campaigns and newsletters resulting in high-quality leads for your products or services!
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