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Updated: 2011-04-27T18:00:37Z

 



I learn a lot from your post. Keep on sharing!

2013-03-21T14:53:04Z

I learn a lot from your post. Keep on sharing!

I learn a lot from your post. Keep on sharing!




Are there really site owners who approve a new design without doing a standard A/B testing?! The most important thing...

2011-12-20T14:42:07Z

Are there really site owners who approve a new design without doing a standard A/B testing?! The most important thing...

Are there really site owners who approve a new design without doing a standard A/B testing?! The most important thing about a good design is getting the result you aspire to.




No question that emails with heavy use of graphics don't work well. There's nothing worse than requiring someone to load...

2011-05-20T07:57:37Z

No question that emails with heavy use of graphics don't work well. There's nothing worse than requiring someone to load...

No question that emails with heavy use of graphics don't work well. There's nothing worse than requiring someone to load graphics to interpret the email.




Great tips. Unique, short, focused, and one call to action.

2011-05-12T19:07:13Z

Great tips. Unique, short, focused, and one call to action.

Great tips. Unique, short, focused, and one call to action.




Interesting comment about html versus text. No question that emails with heavy use of graphics don't work well. There's nothing...

2011-05-10T22:40:45Z

Interesting comment about html versus text. No question that emails with heavy use of graphics don't work well. There's nothing...

Interesting comment about html versus text. No question that emails with heavy use of graphics don't work well. There's nothing worse than requiring someone to load graphics to interpret the email.

But, I'd prefer formatted html (without all of the graphics) over text. It gives one control over the presentation and can be easier for recipients to scan.




These are valuable tips for lead nurturing. I liked your point about text vs. html emails. A lot of marketers...

2011-05-06T23:04:47Z

These are valuable tips for lead nurturing. I liked your point about text vs. html emails. A lot of marketers...

These are valuable tips for lead nurturing. I liked your point about text vs. html emails. A lot of marketers will be afraid to let go of the branding opportunity, but there are other ways to make the brand message come across, e.g. through the writing style, the topics you choose, having a consistent sender, etc.




Exactly, I totally agree with you because according to me each nurturing email should be focused around one topic and...

2011-05-02T21:02:15Z

Exactly, I totally agree with you because according to me each nurturing email should be focused around one topic and...

Exactly, I totally agree with you because according to me each nurturing email should be focused around one topic and include a call to action. Put yourself in your leads shoes when creating your emails, they are bombarded by messages all day long and are looking for an excuse to delete your email.