The success of an email campaign depends on a number of variables, chief amongst them the quality of your list and the attractiveness of the offer. But one other element plays a key role even before you write one word of copy: the design template. The growing adoption of marketing… Read More
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How Much Copy Do I Need On My Landing Page?
An effective landing page does two things, I would argue: 1) it validates the viewer’s decision to click on whatever ad it was that led him or her to the page in the first place, and 2) it closes the deal. The amount of copy that it takes to accomplish… Read More
How to Reduce Unsubscribes Using Subscription Management
I’ve written previously in this space about how to reduce unsubscribes by giving prospects and customers the option to update their contact information rather than forcing them to opt out of email entirely. A further strategy for minimizing unsubscribes is to employ subscription management, a technique in which you, as… Read More
3 Ways to Make Your Corporate Blog’s Sidebar Work Harder
Want a simple way to have your corporate blog show measurable results? Take a hard look at your sidebar. Here are 3 techniques guaranteed to make an impact: 1. Promote subscriptions prominently. Capturing new subscribers is one of the most efficient ways to convert random visitors into loyal readers that… Read More
Should I Remove Offer Content from My Website During a Campaign?
A client asks: “If we’re planning on using a particular white paper as part of a lead generation campaign, or even for lead nurturing, is it a good idea to remove that same content asset from our main Website? I’m concerned about people bypassing the campaign and just downloading the… Read More
7 Tips for a Successful PPC Landing Page
Where do most paid search (PPC) campaigns succeed or fail? Though it’s typical for marketers to invest more time and legwork in the mechanics of search (keywords, bid strategy, campaign structure), I’d argue that the majority of PPC campaigns are won or lost at the close: the landing page. The… Read More