Useful tips from FactorEmail for your email promotions:
- Write a good subject lineÂ – this is the first thing people will see when the campaign arrives in their inbox.
â€“Â It should be short, a maximum of 50 characters will be visible in most email inboxes.
â€“ Think of it as a printed envelope for your campaign, a teaser to encourage opening rather than putting straight in the bin.
â€“ Choose your words carefully, for example ‘Sale’ has a far greater open rate than ‘Free’.Â CLICK HEREÂ for a handy subject line keyword checker, PLUS download theÂ 2013 Adestra Subject line Analyis Report.
- Avoid using URLs (web addresses) as text, or shortenersÂ – adding a URL as text to email content may seem like a really straightforward way to denote a link, but it tends to set off all sorts of spam filter alarm bells.Â For similar reasons, links generated using URL shorteners likeÂ Google URL ShortenerÂ also raise flags. Hiding a URL using a shortener is a common technique used by spammers and so these links are treated with suspicion in email. It’s better to use any other text for your links – more often than not in this scenario, link text like ‘visit our site‘ will do.
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