Nonprofits rely heavily on email marketing, but their email programs often suffer from underinvestment and therefore under-performance. Based on a survey of more than 240 nonprofits, Litmus details the unique challenges faced by the email programs at nonprofits in this infographic and, together with nonprofit research consultancy NextAfter, offers advice for how to build more successful email programs.
The email marketing industry is more than a little unpredictable. But, we’ll give it a shot anyway. Here are some of the significant changes that we see on the horizon that marketers should keep an eye out for.
Despite millennials having a reputation for being different from everyone else, their email behavior is very similar to that of older generations when it comes to the things that drive them to unsubscribe and report emails as spam, according to the findings of our Adapting to Consumers’ New Definition of Spam report.
The release of Apple’s newest operating system brings major changes to Mail on iPhone and iPad. Here’s what email marketers need to know about the update.
Every brand’s email production process is unique, with different planning, development, and approval processes. With data from our 2016 State of Email Production report and insights from Movable Ink, we’ve teamed up to put together an infographic that distills the best tips and tools to optimize your workflow. From goal-setting to content creation to email development and post-send reporting, we cover the email creation process from start to finish.
The first half of 2016 has seen plenty of changes in the email world. For an industry that’s constantly fighting rumors of death, there’s a lot of activity happening! Watch the video and read on to get the inside scoop on what went down for the first half of 2016.
2013 brought lots of changes to the world of email marketing. Whether it was the replacement of Hotmail with Outlook.com, the introduction of Gmail tabs, or a continuous increase in mobile opens, email market share stats have seen plenty of shifts. In this infographic, we take a deep dive into these statistics!
After meeting (and exceeding!) the 50% tipping point in November, mobile opens maintained their majority share through December. For the first time since May 2012, webmail opens netted an increase—moving from 18% to 20% of opens. Meanwhile, desktop opens decreased from 31% to 29%. Earlier in December, Gmail shook things up with big announcements which contributed to another major change in email client market share.
Since January 2012, mobile email opens have increased a whopping 63% and now make up 44% of all opens. Synonymous with this trend has been a growth in articles about mobile design approaches, and tips on how to make emails that are optimized for viewing in all environments. While we’ve written numerous posts on the […]
Outlook.com is back to shake things up in our June email opens report. Outlook.com first came screeching onto the scene in April, showing up in the #7 spot as Hotmail was retired. The following month we saw a 20% increase in opens as Outlook.com dethroned Apple Mail for the long-held #4 spot. And now, just […]