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You can read more about our latest Facebook App on our Benchmark Blog, but I'll break it down here for you: The application can be quickly integrated into your Facebook account and feeds directly to your Benchmark contact lists. Which lists? Why, the ones you choose to add to, of course. You can have the addresses be added to the subscription lists you already have or create a new list specifically for your Facebook Fans. More info on the Facebook Plugin is available in our Resources section or by following the link.
New Email Marketing Manuals
Four new guides for this month, two industry specific and two for email marketers everywhere. How to Write Email Subject Lines and How to Get Better User Feedback both focus on maximizing engagement with the user and incentivizing the email marketing experience. Restaurants and Bars & Nightclubs are two sides of the same coin: email marketing in the food and entertainment industries. If your customers are looking to increase their open and click-through rates, send them to Benchmark's free email marketing manual page where they can download all 16 PDFs for free or read them directly from our site!
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|According to the Email Experience Council, less than 50% of emails are rendered properly and 20% of emails render as invisible or broken, owing to varying standards of email clients.|
|Converting your email strategy into an actionable plan requires diligence and commitment. The rewards, though nerve-wracking, are worth it. From our guest blogger and veteran email marketing and loyalty consultant Jordie van Rijn's Things to Consider when Creating an Email Calendar:
For your calendar, it is also important to know your email frequency. If you have a higher frequency, you have the opportunity to go wider in the number of subjects to touch or deeper with specialized emailings than you would with a lower frequency. Again, there are no laws carved in stone, but you do have to consider your resources. How many messages are you able to create? Remember: a weekly email is 52 emailings per year. You don't want to bore or annoy people with too high a frequency, but you also don't want them to forget you - and you do want to be there once they're ready to convert.
Some industries have very clear buying cycles. This is pretty obvious for travel, garden, skiing and sunglasses. But other industries have their own high sales and low sales periods. Basically you want to be there in the orientation phase to get into the considered set and be there in the buying phase to close the deal. Make sure you intensify the list growth before and during those periods and consider increasing the frequency and changing the types of messages according to the buying cycle.
Check your buying cycle, find the high and low sales periods and mark them on your calendar."
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