date: 29 November 2018
The newsletter’s reputation speaks for itself. For any business, the newsletter is the ideal direct and inexpensive solution to maintain a link between you and your customers. There are many benefits; it’s a fast way to reach a lot of people at the same time and it’s easily customizable. Also, it’s a better way to control the information that you wish to communicate, and especially, with whom. On the other hand, living in the era of social media, we know that a newsletter can sometimes be perceived as invasive and (too often) these emails are being redirected in the unwanted emails basket…
Afin que votre infolettre soit la plus efficace possible, c’est-à-dire qu’elle ne tombe pas sur les nerfs de vos clients et que vos courriels ne se retrouvent pas systématiquement dans la corbeille, nous vous suggérons de suivre ces quelques conseils. Voici donc six bonnes pratiques à mettre à l’oeuvre dès maintenant !
If you want your newsletter to be as effective as possible, we suggest following these few tips. This way, you can hope your emails won’t end up in the trash… Here are six good actions to start doing now!
That’s it, your newsletter is now transformed. Your emails are effective and reach your targeted audience. But what happens after sending all of your emails? Because yes, it’s equally important to apply the same effort during the before and after the process. There are many ways to compile statistics in order to constantly improve and optimize your website and newsletter. Most email marketing platforms already have sections where the most popular reports are counted. Otherwise, you can still compile your own statistics and keep them in an Excel file, for example.
In order to measure the efficiency of your newsletter, it’s useful to keep an eye on those following statistics; the number of emails sent, the number of rebounds, the number of openings, the number of clicks, the number of subscriptions as well as the number of unsubscriptions. For example, to ensure the well-being of your newsletter, make sure the opening number is between 25% and 45% of the number of mailings, which corresponds to the average opening rate of any newsletter.
About the number of rebounds, it means that the email did not reach its final destination. Fake email, typo error, inactive email, wrong recipient, etc., No matter the reason, your mailing list needs to be updated, as every company wants its newsletter to be delivered!
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