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Want to create emails your readers will love and be able to prove your success?

Email has long been a component of the marketing communication mix. Even in this age of text and social media, email still frequently ranks among the most effective and inexpensive direct marketing channels. However, email is evolving, and marketers must keep up.

Get more out of your email marketing efforts and use these best practices to increase the deliverability of your next email campaign.

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Chapter 1: Acquire and Retain Customers with Email

Every company uses email in a different way, but there are a near infinite number of types of emails that marketers can send.

Chapter 2: Stay Out of the SPAM Folder

The first thing that signals a successful email campaign is that the reader sees the email in the inbox, not their SPAM folder.

Chapter 3: Find the Right Time to Send

Morning or night? Send-time optimization is a hot button topic for email marketing and for good reason.

Chapter 4: Maximize the Impact of Subject Lines and Pre-Header Copy

Increase your email open rates with these tips on subject lines and pre-headers.

Chapter 5: Design with Your Mobile Reader in Mind

Good design keeps your readers around and leaves them wanting more.

Chapter 6: Write Content that Convert

Best practices to brand messaging helps your readers understand exactly what the email is offering and clear direction on what to do next.

 

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