If you read no further, start making sure the first two words of your email subject line communicate your main message. If possible, even stick to a two-word subject line. Subject lines with a three or more word have an open rate of 15%! Continue reading Are Your eMails Opened? Are They Marked as Spam?
Keep your email subject line short; it may be truncated by your reader’s mobile device. And other email subject line tips. Continue reading Byte-Size Email Subject Lines
If you don’t want spam, never post your email address on the Internet (or in your MailChimp emails). Why You Shouldn’t Post Your Email Address Spammers use computer software to search for the @ sign in order to harvest your email address. (Because … Continue reading Don’t Post Your Email Address on the Internet (or in MailChimp)
If you’ve been following my fund appeal series, you might be anticipating this post that I promised about how to send an email reminder to your fund appeal recipients. Continue reading How to Send an Email Reminder to Fund Appeal Recipients
If you start sending MailChimp emails from your blog, every email campaign will have a unique and compelling subject line with an attractive “letter” ready to read in the body of your email. Continue reading Sending MailChimp Emails from Your Blog
Recently, Keith and I have been trying out the free Sidekick app for Gmail. If you use the Boomerang app for scheduling emails, much of what Keith shares in this post will apply for the Boomerang app for Gmail as well. Learn … Continue reading Using the Sidekick App for Scheduling MPD Emails (Guest Post)