Email Marketing – #cfchat Recap

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Email marketing is one of the most powerful forms of marketing. According to Campaign Monitor, Email beats social by 40x for customer acquisition! So, we decided to talk a little more email marketing from the receiver’s perspective.

If you’d like to be a part of #cfchat, make sure to catch us on Twitter at 9:30 am PT, every Thursday. You’ll get a chance to find and share valuable resources, amazing insights and network with nearly 500 other Social Media enthusiasts from the Community 🚀

Here are the key takeaways from the chat before we jump onto our top answers 👇

  • Promotional emails that have money-saving offers from trusted brands have higher open rates.
  • Every type of email, direct offers, promotions, information etc, have their own audience. All you need to is to find out what do the majority of your followers like.
  • Cold emails work.
  • Folks subscribe to the emails easily but unsubscribing is not so common, even if they don’t open the emails anymore.

And now, for the top replies👇

Q1. Do you open promotional emails? Why/ Why not?

See all the answers to Q1 here!

Q2. Have you ever subscribed to promotional emails willingly? For what kind of products?

See all the answers to Q2 here!

Q3. How often do you open your email inbox to unsubscribe from unwanted emails?

See all the answers to Q3 here!

Q4. What kind of emails do you enjoy reading?

See all the answers to Q4 here!

Q5. Do you know the difference between a spam email and a cold email? Share your version!

See all the answers to Q5 here!

Q6. What kind of email subject lines interest you the most

a. Funny

b. Question

c. Direct offer

d. Informative

e. Other

See all the answers to Q6 here!

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in this chat and made it so awesome!

Got an interesting topic suggestion? Or have a thought to share on any of these questions? Tweet to us or leave a comment. We’re all ears 👂

Catch #cfchat every Thursday at 12:30 pm ET on Crowdfire’s Twitter page.

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