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Developing landing pages

If you peruse the landing pages of one of the online sales internet giants you will discover that, regardless of the product, they suffer from a certain sameness. You might think that, as they are very successful, following their example is a good idea. You would be right of course, but only for those starting … READ MORE »

The basics of landing page design

It is no exaggeration to say that a good, and we’ll come to what it meant by good, landing page design is the keystone of email marketing. So what do I mean by landing page? For the purposes of this article, a landing page is a special page on your website where people who click … READ MORE »

What the GDPR means for email marketing?

We covered the legal meaning of the GDPR’s right to be forgotten in a recent article. It can be summarised as an individual can demand of a company that their personal data be erased. Whilst there are times when this can be refused they are specific and limited. What we need to know is what … READ MORE »

Email marketing for mobile devices

I reviewed a couple of articles I’d written two or so years ago on the subject of how mobile devices are changing email marketing and I was surprised to find words I hardly use nowadays, such as Blackberry. Obviously, many people still prefer them but they are becoming niche. It shows how quickly technology develops … READ MORE »

Main mobile mistakes with email marketing

The argument is over. Mobile devices have won with regards to email marketing. According to recent research, most websites are visited via mobile devices and it appears that it won’t be long before the majority of purchases are completed via them as well. Remarkably a significant number of marketing emails are not mobile friendly. Here … READ MORE »

Testing for email marketing excellence

Everyone knows how to test in email marketing. Every now and again you pick something to that might respond to a slight change, you split your email marketing list and if the returns show one gives better results than the other, you use that forever more. Whilst this might seem a bit patronising, it is … READ MORE »

Websites and email marketing design

I no longer have annual updates of my websites. Or should I say 15 monthly updates? I learned from email marketing that for best results, modifications should be evidence led and continuous. One major, if unexpected, benefit to this is that, taken over three or four years, the new system is considerably cheaper. Not only … READ MORE »

Testimonials in email marketing

The vast majority of customers would trust a recommendation from a friend regarding a product we were considering buying. A lower but still significant majority of them would also trust recommendations of a third party. It makes sense to highlight what previous purchasers thought of your products. Testimonials are an unerused resource that is just … READ MORE »

Hacking and email marketing

The last few weeks have not been entirely successful for Sony. Firstly they were subject to a high-level hack, reported frequently as a cyber attack, and then gamers were unable to access their website over the Christmas period. This is of concern for those with email marketing lists. In their last issue of the year, … READ MORE »

WizEmail Blog :: Economy of design

I regularly drive two different makes of cars: one has control stalks on both sides of the steering column, the other only on the left. One wonders if the designers want the windscreen wipers to be activated if I run someone over. I should not have to concentrate on something that could be automatic. There … READ MORE »

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