Recently, L Brands – parent of Victoria’s Secret and home to the famous (and some would say infamous) Victoria’s Secret catalog – announced a strategic change “evolving how the business connects with customers through more focus on loyalty programs and brand-building engagement rather than traditional catalogues and offers.”
Mark Ash, managing director at Teradata Interactive International, recently told MediaPost’s Sean Hargrave that we’ve seen the end of the days of email being seen as the “ugly duckling” in digital marketing and that, “Email is now the linchpin to our clients as they look to identify people moving from digital marketing’s cookie to in-store purchasing.”
First things first, I can’t stand the “email is dead” myth. It’s something circulated by traditional media, who love calling things dead to put us off the scent of their own problems. However, as an industry, our response has been weak.
OI Survey Results: Do you use links in email copy and how do you style them.
Google AMP, Facebook Instant Articles and Apple News are being adopted as ways to combat two of the biggest challenges facing publishers these days: Ad Blocking and Mobile.
This week, Only Influencers’ partner LiveIntent explains how to make the most of Google AMP, Facebook Instant Articles and Apple News by turning them into the Guy Fieri of publisher content.
With Spring having fully sprung and consumers buzzing from device to device like bees from flower to flower, it’s important that marketers have an complete understanding of cross-device targeting solutions and mobile strategies available.
That’s why this week, Only Influencer’s partner LiveIntent is digging into the LiveIntentional archives to provide a cross-pollination of their best episodes on cross-device marketing.
It has long been an accepted belief that Millennials are so busy Yik-Yaking, WhatAppings, Slacking, and Kiking, that when it comes to email, they literally can’t even. So, how is it possible that according to the 2016 Adestra Consumer Adoption & Usage Study, 77% of Millennials are using email in their everyday life? This week, Only Influencer’s partner LiveIntent is looking into why email is so on fleek for Millennials.
It’s not news that, in most industries, females are paid less than men. But surely, in email marketing, where there is a higher proportion of women than in many other industries, this isn’t the case, right?
Sadly, it is the case, according to Only Influencers’ 2016 Salary Guide. And this needs to be addressed.
Are you making what you should? Download the 2016 Only Influencers Email Marketing Salary Guide.
Below are some of jus the latest email innovations released last week:
Ray Tomlinson, the man that chose the @ symbol that turned electronic mail from a mass message board to an addressable identity, passed away last week at the age of 74. That’s why this week, Only Influencer’s partner LiveIntent is taking a moment to explore the impact of that @ symbol, all it makes possible, and say ‘Thanks.’
Selling chocolate eggs to the general public at Easter isn’t exactly selling ice to the Eskimos. However, for the businesses who don’t have this delicious advantage, there are other ways of creating effective and fun campaigns to leverage this annual marketing opportunity. Fresh Relevance has collected a few great examples of chocolate-free brands who’ve been creative with their marketing in the last few years.
According to Ad Exchanger's Sarah Sluis, while marketers remain optimistic about Atlas's ability to live up to the hype, the honest review of its abilities thus far have been a resounding meh.
Hillary. Bernie Trump. Rubio. For almost every Commander-in-Chief-in-Waiting, there is an ancient, unseen force powering their campaigns and driving their digital fundraising efforts: Email. But what makes email such a political tour de force?
This week, Only Influencer’s partner LiveIntent dives deep into why so many presidential candidates are stumping for email.