Nearly 3,000 marketers completed Litmus’ 2018 State of Email Survey, which explores how brands plan, build, approve, send, and measure the performance of their email campaigns. Those results provide a great portrait of today’s email professional, which we detail in this infographic.
Over the course of the past year, we’ve analyzed 15 billion email opens to see where subscribers read emails, and summarized our findings in our 2017 Email Market Share infographic. We take a look at what Litmus Email Analytics taught us about mobile, webmail, and desktop opens over the course of the year, analyze major movements in email client popularity, and provide insights into what those changes might mean for email marketers.
In this infographic, we share the findings of our joint research with Salesforce into shopping cart abandonment email trends around the usage and creation of these highly effective emails from 2013 to 2016. Use this data to inform the timing, content, and series flow of your own cart abandonment email program.
Over the course of the past year, we’ve analyzed over 17 billion email opens to see where subscribers read emails. And while a few things stayed the same, we saw plenty of movement this year in terms of email client popularity. In our 2016 Email Market Share infographic, we take a look at mobile, webmail, and desktop opens over the course of the year, providing insights about why these changes occurred and how they may affect your email campaigns.
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Blinker, a Dutch email marketing and email automation company, to bring you the highlights from their 2016 Dutch National Email Report so you can better understand the local email landscape and get an overview of how the Dutch read and engage with email.
Keeping up with international anti-spam laws is hard! Practices that are completely legit in one country could be absolutely off-limits somewhere else and might result in hefty fines. We’ve teamed up with newsletter2go and put together this overview to help you navigate through international email requirements.
B2C marketers have made great progress in creating mobile-friendly emails and websites over the past year, but serious risks remain, according to joint research between Litmus, Salesforce, and Fluent.
Joint research between Litmus and Fluent reveals that consumers don’t find brands’ emails to be as memorable as marketers think they are. This shares the full results of our consumer survey and identifies specific tactics that marketers can use to create more memorable, shareworthy emails.
In the ninth episode of The Email Design Podcast, your intrepid hosts talk about how responsive emails and testing affect clicks, Microsoft’s surprisingly good new email client, and the first Community Contest.
Whether it’s reading a blog post with your phone, catching up on Twitter with a tablet, or even previewing emails on your watch, the number and types of devices we use to consume content are growing rapidly. In fact, at least 43% of emails are opened on a tablet or smartphone. How does small-screen reading impact subscriber behavior after emails are opened? MailChimp analyzed over 395 million emails during a 6-month period to examine how a user’s preferred device affects email engagement, investigate the impact of responsive design, and find out if testing your emails can increase click rates.