Email Design

Check your email and landing page design

On advanced motorcycling courses riders are taught to have a final look, over their shoulder or along a road, before performing a manoeuvre. This is called, without any over-dramatisation, the life-saver. A final check of a marketing email or landing page is somewhat similar. Go through it systematically. It is all too easy to become … READ MORE »

Landing page design

You will have designed a top-class marketing email. The customer will have been captivated by your offer. They have clicked through to a landing page. Ask yourself what they will want to be presented with. I prefer a clear and uncluttered design of marketing email and, more importantly, the landing page as well. Call me … READ MORE »

Enhance email campaigns for mobile devices

We all know email marketing campaigns should be designed from the ground up for mobile devices. Statistics are great in support of a disputed point, but the argument is over. What you need to know is how to get the best from your next campaign. First the bad news; there is no single way that … READ MORE »

Design email marketing campaigns for mobile

I won’t insult your capabilities by quoting statistics for mobile verses laptop/desktop opening of emails. We all know the argument is over. You should now design initially for mobiles and then expand for other devices, the reverse of what used to be the norm. So how do you go about it? The good news is … READ MORE »

Ways not to ruin a marketing email: #1 – jargon

After reading this paragraph, you might wonder what car mechanics has to do with email marketing lists, but all will be revealed later. I was researching an article on servicing classic cars and was shadowing a mechanic replacing a steering box. He had placed the components he’d removed on a bench I was standing by. … READ MORE »

When to use jargon in email marketing

There are many who suggest you should never use jargon in a marketing email as it can put off the less knowledgeable. To a certain extent this is good advice.  Jargon has its uses and in many ways is indispensable when needing to reduce copy wordage. The General Data Protection Regulations takes five words and … READ MORE »

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