Our Top Posts From 2009
2009 was the year of social network integration, testing send windows and organic list growth. While 2010 will bring its own trends, these changes aren’t going away.
Here’s a quick refresher of things that went down in email marketing last year.
These posts highlight some new AWeber features, a few colorful examples and the soundest advice we can offer.
Highlights of 2009
On his personal finance site, Sethi teaches his readers to be rich. Here, he gives a bonus lesson in email marketing success.
Facebook has more than 350 million active users, and over 700,000 local business accounts, it may be just the place to expand your online presence.
By far our biggest release of the year, the new web form generator was welcomed with open arms! Create professional and aesthetically pleasing web forms with zero HTML knowledge.
“From” line length can largely impact the open rate of an email, yet it’s easy to overlook in the design process. Review what lengths are ideal in the major email clients.
We examine the trend of using an an unattended email address that discourages replies to emails, and explain why you should never do that with your own campaigns.
Sometimes, certain days or times are ideal for subscribers to receive your emails. Learn how to increase your follow-up messages’ effectiveness with send windows.
2010: Use It Wisely
If you’re looking for more inspiration throughout the coming year, we invite you to visit us on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or Flickr. Our other email marketing tips from the past year might also help.
Email marketing, with the biggest ROI of any marketing channel, is a path that can lead you to success. We hope our posts serve as stepping stones on your journey.
What would you like to read about on this blog in 2010? What steps are you planning to take in the new year?Print This Post
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