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Teaching the Email Marketer How to Fish

by Karen Talavera

08 10, 2016 | Posted in Analytics, Email Marketing, Marketing Tech/Integration, Marketing Vision, Metrics | Measuring Results, Response Improvement | 0 comments

Teaching the Email Marketer to Fish

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I'm honored to be in the company of email experts like Laura Atkins, David Daniels, Simms Jenkins, Chad White and more in this new piece of email marketing wisdom from Adobe Marketing Cloud on doing email marketing right. Check out Teaching the Email Marketer How to Fish and let me know in comments below what words of wisdom you would add, as well as if you agree or disagree with any of my comments such as:  

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Using Machine Learning for Email Marketing Optimization

by Karen Talavera

05 13, 2016 | Posted in Marketing Automation, Response Improvement | 3 comments

Machine Learning Enables Email Optimization

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Time for a guest post this month from Kath Pay, fellow email marketing industry pro and panelist with me at the Email Innovations Summit hosted by Only Influencers. Read on as Kath shares her wisdom about how computer learning empowers email marketing innovation and response for optimal results.

Science Fiction or Reality?

"Machine learning" has moved out of science fiction and into real-life applications, like powering Tesla cars that run on autopilot and robots that can beat humans at the Japanese game of Go. For marketers, it gets them closer to their email nirvana: true 1:1 personalization on a mass scale. Machine learning, at its simplest, is a method of data analysis that allows computers to learn – to analyze, predict and act – without explicit instructions or programming. That last phrase – "without explicit instructions or programming" – highlights the difference between today's rule-based marketing automation and systems that use machine learning.  

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Planning Your 2016 Email Program? Here’s a Step-by-Step Process for Success

by Karen Talavera

12 07, 2015 | Posted in Email Marketing, Messaging Strategy, Resources for Getting It Done, Response Improvement | 0 comments

Building Your 2016 Email Program Step by Step

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If yours is like the majority of companies reliant on email marketing to nurture leads, generate sales and grow revenue, you’re not sending fewer messages, you’re sending more. As programs become more sophisticated, they also become more complex, and that complexity bleeds over into both planning and scheduling. Which campaigns and messages deserve top priority? What’s more important – broadly targeted one-to-many foundational programs or automated, triggered 1:1 campaigns? What about the mix of promotion vs. content over an extended period? These questions and more are just the tip of the iceberg email marketers face when building their annual plans. The answers aren’t always easy and are different for every industry and marketer, but there is a process for success  

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Email List Segmentation: How Much is Too Much? Not Enough?

by Karen Talavera

07 27, 2015 | Posted in Email Lists, Email Marketing, Response Improvement, Targeting & Segmentation | 0 comments

You probably know by now that segmentation improves email marketing performance significantly, so if you’re still operating primarily in “batch and blast” mode it’s time to start slicing and dicing your subscriber file. Marketers who practice list segmentation see better open and click-through rates, fewer unsubscribes and better deliverability. The reasons are obvious: segmentation creates discreet audiences we can laser-target with offers, creative, and information crafted specifically for them, at just the right time. This in turn improves relevancy and  

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10 Emotionally-Provocative Email Subject Lines (and what you should learn from them)

by Karen Talavera

09 30, 2014 | Posted in Creative, Email Marketing, Response Improvement | 0 comments

One of the best ways to engage email subscribers is to connect with them emotionally, although this is often easier said than done. I have spoken and written many times about the importance of creating emotional resonance – either positive or negative – between your message and your audience. It's essential because without some sort of feeling connection to you, at least occasionally, subscribers will become bored by the purely practical often repetitive litany of subject lines cropping up in their inboxes (i.e. 20% savings this week!) and easily tune out.  

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4 Content Marketing Approaches for Email Fun and Profit

by Karen Talavera

02 12, 2014 | Posted in Content Marketing, Email Marketing, Messaging Strategy, Response Improvement | 0 comments

This month I thought I'd share a webinar I recently presented for BrightTALK: 4 Content Marketing Approaches Every Email Program Can Profit From.  

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Help! My Email Open Rates Are Falling and Can’t Get Up

by Karen Talavera

08 28, 2013 | Posted in Email Marketing, Messaging Strategy, Metrics | Measuring Results, Response Improvement | 1 comments

email open rates In my ongoing series of email marketing conundrums, I couldn’t possibly overlook this one: declining email marketing open rates. Although much has been written on the subject, my goal is to provide you with not just a diagnostic checklist for investigating why open rates are falling nor to hand you a “best practices” list of what to do to reverse the decline, but to go beyond that by (most of all) giving you a “reality check” on the subject and presenting a new, more constructive way to see this situation, as well as a new mindset on email marketing performance measurement altogether. In short: while we do need to pay attention to declining open rates, there’s too much focus on them at the expense of more meaningful email marketing performance measures.  

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Should You Ask for Email Permission or Forgiveness?

by Karen Talavera

06 30, 2013 | Posted in Email Lists, Response Improvement | 6 comments

You’ve probably heard the familiar saying “It’s better to ask for forgiveness than permission”. All too often I hear from many marketers and business owners who find themselves in this unfortunate position when either just starting their email marketing programs or trying to build their lists. This month’s email marketing conundrum explores the problem of how to begin sending to a “never-been-emailed” list, especially if it contains email addresses that may have been obtained without clear permission or were gathered offline such as from business cards, membership lists you have access to, contest entry forms, prize drawings at events, LinkedIn, etc.  

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Why Email is a 2013 Marketing Essential & 5 More Email Results-Boosters

by Karen Talavera

01 14, 2013 | Posted in Email Marketing, Marketing Vision, Messaging Strategy, Response Improvement | 0 comments

5 Email Results Boosters for 2013 If you’re like a growing majority of businesses, you've discovered email as the “go to” channel for rapidly accelerating leads into sales, increasing customer engagement and generating revenue on demand.  Enterprises of all kinds engage in email marketing not only because it works, but because it works phenomenally well and fast. There is simply no doubt that email marketing is thriving when you consider these compelling facts:  

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