Sure, it's almost the end of December, but November produced some great emails that we still wanted to share with you. With so many promotions flooding your inbox this season, we picked out some of our favorites so you don’t have to.
Hopefully the dust has settled from the Black Friday/Cyber Monday madness, you’ve fulfilled your orders, and now you’re ready to review your email marketing performance. Earlier this year, we published a two-part series on how to read your campaign reports (here’s where you can find part 1 and part 2), but major marketing days like Black Friday and Cyber Monday often produce some wonky results, so here’s what you should expect when reviewing your reports:
Have we mentioned that holidays are coming?! Not sure if you’ve heard, but they are. Holidays mean increased sales and we all know that the best way to get increased sales is through email marketing, so why not put some of that on autopilot? Here’s the list you need to be checking twice before December 25th:
The holiday season is filled with family, food, festivities, and….shopping. As the busiest retail days of the year approach, it’s imperative that you prepare your email marketing campaigns in order to take advantage of zealous consumers. Cue holiday-themed campaigns.
The sales are coming! Is your business ready for the onslaught of online shoppers during the holiday season? Get your email marketing campaigns prepared now, so you can sit back and watch the purchases roll in on and after Turkey Day. Here are Longstreet Solutions’ tips for sending effective Cyber Monday emails.
The holiday season is a-coming, which means PSLs, eggnog, slightly suggestive renditions of otherwise family-friendly Christmas tunes, and (hopefully) an increase in website traffic. Before the holiday rush, we recommend taking some time to prep your website for the hap-happiest season of allllll.