What exactly should you measure when you send out an email? What metrics do your ESP and third-party analytics tools offer you? We asked thousands of marketers what metrics they currently track—and which ones they plan on tracking soon—in our State of Email survey.
Litmus is back with a new podcast called Delivering. In this episode, host Jason Rodriguez provides some insight into what to expect and how it’s different from our old podcast, The Email Design Podcast.
We surveyed hundreds of brands about their email marketing practices as well as the returns they get from the email channel. The result: Unique insights into the factors that lead to higher email marketing returns—and actionable advice on how you can increase the email ROI for your brand, too.
While many email service providers supply good data on the performance of your emails, they don’t let marketers see the whole picture. In our State of Email Survey, we asked thousands of marketers if they use third-party analytics tools and if so, which ones they use. Here’s what we found.
Accessibility is quickly becoming as much a pillar of email marketing as it is in user experience and design. If you’re just getting started with making your email code more accessible, things can be overwhelming. But there are a few simple tricks that you can implement easily—and have a big impact on email accessibility.
Here’s how to check your email for its accessibility to all of your subscribers, section by section.
When you sign up for an email conference, you probably expect your confirmation email to be nothing but perfect. So guess what email we messed up?
One of the most frustrating things about email is that when you make a mistake, there’s rarely a way to fix it post-send. All you can do is figure out a way to minimize the impact of the mistake. Here’s what we did.
Historically, choosing the right font for your email has never been too hard, considering the limited number of web safe fonts to choose from. But recently, things have changed. More and more email designers are pushing the boundaries and embracing the same development techniques that web designers have been using for years—implementing web fonts in their emails.
There’s no better source of email inspiration than your inbox. Subscribing to leading brands from within and outside your industry can help you stay on top of email design trends, expose you to smart copywriting and campaign strategies, and provide you with ideas you can adapt for your own email program.
Are you looking to make your own inbox a source of email inspiration? There are a few brands you shouldn’t miss.
Whether email marketing is a new part of your business or an established component, building your budget for the year—and deciding how exactly you’ll spend it—can be a daunting task. Did you ever wonder how your peers spend their email marketing dollars?
In our State of Email Survey, we asked thousands of marketers how their email marketing budget would change in 2019 and whether they’re looking to increase or decrease investments in omnichannel integration, their email marketing tech stack, their staff, and more. Here’s what we found.
Each year, we see new design trends shaping digital marketing—from the use of color and imagery to typography trends, interactivity, and more. In our “Trending in Email Design” series, we look at the hottest digital design trends—and dive into how they translate into email marketing.
So far in 2019, we have seen a number of design trends hit our inboxes, and none more so than custom made illustrations.