How do you feel about your current email marketing budget? If your team doesn’t have the budget to do everything it should be doing, you’re not alone. Each business has to make decisions about which marketing channels receive how much money. Unfortunately, it’s common for email teams to lack the resources they need to plan, test, and execute flawless campaigns.
There’s a lot of noise in the marketing world. Between SEO, content marketing, paid social, and more, there’s no shortage of competition for the marketing budget. So why should brands put their marketing dollars into email marketing? Here are five impressive stats that prove an investment in email is more worthwhile than ever.
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.
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.