E-Mail Blasts - Your Clickbait Prevents Opens

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

That's why those clickbait-oriented campaigns are not having a high open rate. Too many newbie email marketers assume that the subject line has to be clickbait. Dead wrong, at least if that catchy phrase doesn't indicate what is being sold and its benefits to the prospect.

Fifty Shades of Subject Lines

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But when you’re in the romancing stage, trying to woo them and win them over so they will actually click open your email, what you write in your subject line matters. Also, it turns out that by adding the word “this” (to a specific type of offer email), can increase your open rate by 125% (according to Copyblogger ). #4.

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Those "Must-Reads" - Ditch them in email blasts (The art of not selling)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  This lack of imagination results in a low open rate. Face it, dating way back to resisting exiting the womb, human beings don't cotton to "musts." "  Yet, desperate online marketers continue to headline their email blasts with "Must-Reads."

Lousy Jobs Report - Let the good times roll for the Don Drapers among us.

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

That Mail Chip has a 12% open rate and a 7% response. 38,000 jobs created in May 2016. That doesn't look, walk, talk, and smell like a recovery.    There is a silver lining in that for us ghostwriters whose business includes marketing communications.

Wikipedia Peaked: What's Next?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Also marketable has been to produce email blasts which had a high open rate.  At the seventh annual Wikipedia conference, founder Jimmy Wales announced there is less help available to edit those Wiki postings which had dominated the web. 

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