Old-line retailers—desperate for sales—were criticized last month for deluging holiday shoppers with irrelevant emails.
Are you guilty of acting desperately, too?
Many event marketers are swamping attendees' in-boxes with vague offers of "must-attend" trade shows and conferences.
Attendees are growing angrier and more resistant by the day.
How can you tell you’re sending too much email?
Your opt-out rate.
If you see it start to climb abnormally, you can bet you’re sending subscribers too many emails.
One easy way to prevent opt-outs is personalization.
Personalization counteracts the impression you’re “spamming” subscribers.
Personalization also boosts response. Simply including the reader's name in the Subject line boosts open rates over 25%.
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Edward Segal, CAE, contributed today’s post. He helps associations generate publicity about their events and activities. Becoming a thought ...
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