8 Ways To Improve Your Marketing Email's Success



Working for rezora gives you an opportunity to see a lot of email marketing done right. What's more is that you quickly learn that consistently high open and click rates are never an accident - the marketer is adhering to certain "best practices". Whether you're new to email marketing, or just looking to make some improvements, chances are that adopting any or all of these should greatly improve the effectiveness of your marketing and begin to generate promising leads.

Automatically Forwarding Emails May Be Making You Look Like A Spammer

On this blog we've talked extensively about sending reputation, best practices, and how to best reach your contacts inboxes. There is a wide array of factors that figure into this overall idea of deliverability, but one practice you may not have considered as harmful is email forwarding, particularly automatic email forwarding.

The Best Time To Send An Email According To 10 Years of Data

Each day, the average office worker receives 120 emails, and over 306.4 billion emails are sent worldwide1. These figures might feel a bit overwhelming, but not surprising given email's amazing ROI, accessibility and an increasingly mobile world. But in this opportunity lies some bigger questions for anyone using email marketing; standing out in a crowd of 306.4 billion is no easy task.

Why Building Engaging Real Estate Marketing Emails Is So Important

Have you ever thought of email marketing as casting a wide net to try and pull in as many folks as possible? For many agents, that is the go-to marketing tactic, however, it may not be the best one. In fact, it could be damaging.

Alternative Text: The Secret Tool to Ensuring Your Image-Heavy Emails Are Delivered

Everybody loves beautiful, visually-pleasing marketing pieces. They are eye catching and they bring users deeper into your content. It's easy to associate beautiful marketing with images, but you have to remember to watch out for heavy image use. Many spam scanners view images as a sign that your marketing piece is really a big plate of spam. So what to do?

The Gmail Promotions Tab: What Is It & How Does It Impact My Digital Marketing?

 

It's a common story we hear in support: you craft an amazing email, proofread and tweak the design and messaging, and carefully select your audience to receive it. You've done everything right, and you send...and your email arrived in the Promotions tab in your Gmail account. Oh no!

How Can A CTA Improve Your Email Marketing?

 
 

All of us, as consumers, are inundated with marketing messages every day , and that does not exclude the people on your contact lists. The solution to avoid landing automatically in the "Trash" folder or being "Reported as Spam", is not only a straight-forward subject line (more on that here), but a clear, visible Call-To-Action (CTA) as well.

Is the risk worth the reward? An overview of email marketing's riskier practices

So, you like to live life a little dangerously? Whether you're staying on a 5 in blackjack, you keep a glass of water next to your laptop, or you use web fonts and embed videos in an email, you know there can be value in taking risks that don't necessarily have a 100% success rate.

DNS, DKIM, SPF, Oh my!: The technology behind deliverability and how to use it to your advantage

I want to talk about deliverability. Before you run away, give me a minute to explain. Everybody has their own feelings about deliverability and what it means to them. At the base level deliverability can really be broken into two areas. Delivery to a mail server, and delivery to the inbox. These may sound like the same thing, but really, they're quite different. One is all about the tech, and one is all about the content. Since I'm a tech guy, today we're going to talk about the tech side and what it takes to get your email to at least make it to the server (for tips on the content side, see here!).

What's Under The Hood at rezora: Deliverability, Your Reputation, And How You Can Improve

When I order a package online, I'm usually given an expected delivery date and time - and this is amazing. There's so much that goes into the delivery of that package: where it's shipping from, how busy the facility is, delivery schedules, the day of the week, staffing, etc. And as the recipient, I don't have to worry about any of this, because there are a ton of people and good processes working behind the scenes so that I can trust that date. In short, their reputation precedes them.