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This is part 2 of a blog series that take a look at how email marketers have scrambled to adjust their email programs in the wake of the recent Hurricane Harvey catastrophe. You can view part one here.  We expect more companies, especially those based in Texas and Houston, will… Read More

Many email marketers who were spared Hurricane Harvey’s wrath still found themselves scrambling to adjust their email marketing programs recently to reflect changing conditions, reach out to victims or moderate campaigns. Houston-area or Texas-based companies were among the first to react to Harvey’s devastation along the Gulf of Mexico coastline,… Read More

The word “upgrade” exerts a magical power on email open rates. Just having it in a subject line can increase open rates almost 66%, according to 2015 research by email agency AlchemyWorx. Doesn’t your heart beat a little faster when you see “upgrade” in a subject line? Anything could be… Read More

Although school has been out only a couple of weeks in many parts of the U.S., back to school email campaigns are trickling into inboxes and the FreshAddress Email Creative Archive. Too soon, you say? No, because shoppers have already begun to fill their carts with school supplies, backpacks, clothing,… Read More

8 Father’s Day Emails: Gift Guides Rule Father’s Day occupies a strange place in the email marketing calendar, coming in near the end of an almost nonstop promotional period that begins with Easter, runs through Mother’s Day, MemoriaFal Day and Graduation and wrapping with July Fourth promotions. Whether by design… Read More

It’s the third-biggest retail event of the year, behind Christmas and back-to-school, and it can be fraught with as much guilt and anxiety as love and affection, for both marketers and shoppers. We’re talking about Mother’s Day, of course, and it’s bigger than ever this year with the National Retail… Read More

Easter Email TIps from Email Creative Archive! Religious holidays can be tricky things to tie into promotional messaging, especially if the holiday itself has both religious and secular meanings. Take Easter, for example. Unlike in Christmas messaging, retailers generally don’t use the generic term “holidays” to cover Easter, even though… Read More

The subject line gets all the attention when we talk about how to increase opens and conversions, but it’s not the only inbox element that can influence subscriber actions. The sender name lends authenticity, but the preheader could be the field that seals the deal. Three developments in recent years… Read More

Valentine’s Day is long gone, and Easter is a month away. But March is hardly a dead zone, content-wise, for email thanks to St. Patrick’s Day, Daylights Savings Time and Snowmageddon. Pi(e), too. All these, plus politics creeping into brand messages, have given email designers, copywriters and brand manager plenty… Read More

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but you should never stop showing your email subscribers just how much you value them and appreciate being allowed into their inboxes. We can think of hundreds of specific ways you can show everyone a little love, but they boil down to three essential… Read More