You've probably already spent a considerable amount of time and money engaging prospective customers. How would you feel if you could have emails sent automatically to your prospects each week or each month, without you having to do much of anything? That’s exactly what drip campaigns are all about. Follow these steps to nurture leads
These days it can be difficult to make your Non-Profit stand out in the sea of other organizations seeking money from a limited pool of donors. You are fighting to grab the attention of donors who are both interested in your cause and have the cash to donate in this still-struggling economy. When it comes
Today we are writing about how to adapt A/B testing for a Non Profits. Remember that A/B testing is sending two slightly different email messages (version A and version B) to different samples of your mailing list, tracking the response rates for each, and then choosing the version with the higher response rate. Here are
How do you make your emails stand out from the competition? A primary factor is your email subject line. Many businesses give little thought to this detail. They simply throw a few words together and hope for the best. There’s probably no such thing as a “perfect” subject line, but with a little thought and
Drip email campaigns are designed to build and promote customer awareness of your company and your products by delivering your messages at pre-determined intervals over a specific period of time. They are especially effective for nurturing leads because they automatically contact your campaign members, reminding them of your company and services, on a weekly basis.
How should you measure the success of your e-mail marketing campaign? Email open rate is one of the first, and still most popular, metrics used to evaluate email campaign success. You can calculate it by simply dividing the number of email messages opened by the number delivered. Or you may infer it by the number of