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.
If you didn’t have time to read all of the hundreds of pages worth of reports and research insights that came out of our 2018 State of Email Survey, you’re in luck: We’ve condensed the key stats, trends, and takeaways from all our research into a single webinar.
While email engagement is important, especially for maintaining good deliverability, our research points to several reasons why opens and clicks are being heavily emphasized as key performance indicators. Brands should be concerned with each of these reasons.
Brands use analytics to listen to what their subscribers and inbox providers are telling them. Without analytics, brands are deaf to both their cheers of happiness and their shouts of frustration. Based on our State of Email Survey of 3,000 marketers, our first-ever State of Email Analytics report takes a detailed look at the email metrics brands use, the analytics tools they use, and the impact of the two of those on performance.
There are a lot of ways to improve the designs of your email campaigns. The web is full of articles, techniques, webinars, and ebooks packed with recommendations on designing better email campaigns. But, sometimes, the best way to make your emails better is to block out all the external noise and look at some hard data.
See how Litmus Email Analytics can provide insights to improve your campaign performance.
The email landscape is constantly changing, making it harder than ever to create high-performing email programs. New email clients, devices, unsubscribe functionality, and privacy laws will have an impact on your 2018 marketing programs.
In this webinar, the Litmus marketing team talked about what you need to succeed in a volatile industry, including our five key insights from the State of Email 2018 Report.
Yahoo! has quietly changed the way it handles images for Yahoo! Mail users. The inbox provider now caches all images and serves them via their own proxy servers. This has a significant impact on the level of insights marketers can get from Yahoo! Mail users, and it can even impact the reliability of dynamic content.
Here’s a breakdown of everything marketers must know about image caching in Yahoo! Mail.
There’s a disconnect in today’s email marketing technology. While some tactics are helping brands get closer to their customers, others are undermining their return on investment by pushing customers away. In this webinar, Litmus Research Director Chad S. White helps you distinguish between the tools and tactics that improve your email program and those that hurt your program because they’re abusive and annoying.
In this webinar, we help you set the direction for your email marketing kickoff for the year with our three-point plan of (1) Assessing your email program, (2) Addressing challenges, and (3) Seizing opportunities. Litmus’ Chad White and Bettina Specht discuss each of those points in detail, backing them up with research and advice that will set your team is set up for email success in 2018.
Our industry is struggling against a host of email marketing challenges. We identify the top impediments to success and share advice from experts on ways to overcome them.