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Email marketing is a tried and true method used by business to connect with the clients and customers. It’s a way to speak directly to a group that has shown an interest in them. But what happens when that email deliverability is compromised, and you get email bounce back? In today’s post, we look at why an email would bounce, and steps you can take to reduce email bounce back.
When it’s time to look at your website’s metrics, is it a time of excitement or dread? What about when you look at your bounce rate? What story is it telling you about how people are reacting to your site? In today’s post, we look at common website design flaws that chase visitors away and raise your site’s bounce rates.
Bounce rates. This is a term that can either strike fear into the hearts of many or be the cause of much bragging. Thought of as a metric to measure a site’s success in reaching its target audience, it is not always clear what factors contribute to the final value. In today’s post, we take a look at bounce rates and how different factors play into the final result.
The purpose of a great marketing strategy is to connect a business to its customers. Businesses want to be the only one thought of when a person is ready to make a purchase. To do this, personalized marketing messages are needed. The best way to execute this is with an email drip campaign and email list segmentation.