By the end of this year, over 80% of American adults will have a smartphone. Mobile devices dominate both the B2B and B2C landscapes and their usage dominates marketing. Everything we do now has a mobile component to it that we must incorporate into our marketing strategies. What is Mobile Marketing Mobile marketing is marketing on or with a mobile device, such as a smart phone. Mobile marketing can provide customers with time and location
There’s nothing that really disappoints me as much as when I flip open an email I’m looking forward to on my mobile device and I can’t read it. Either the images are hard-coded widths that won’t respond to the display, or the text is so wide that I’d have to scroll back and forth to read it. Unless it’s critical, I don’t wait to get back to my desktop to read it. I delete it.
As we were looking to improve our engagement, the very first thing we did was implement responsive email templates using our platform, CircuPress, to distribute the content (Subscribe daily or weekly). The change in statistics were nothing short of stunning. We send our weekly email out to over 70,000 subscribers on Monday and our analytics shows us that that’s the spike in our traffic beyond any other medium or promotion. It did not happen until
I’m not too sure every single email marketing statistic here is imperative to your email marketing, but a few of them really stand out to me: Email Advertising Revenue is surprisingly low and far underutilized. I’m always surprised on our own blog that the header ad consistantly sells out… but no one has purchased advertising on our daily and weekly newsletter that reaches over 75,000 subscribers every week. Email Adoption is at a peak, with