Do This, Not That: NEW Email Marketing Techniques That Work
June 24, 2021 | 56 min | Webinar 14
Email performance has never been better. Why? The number of email users worldwide and the time we spend in our inboxes keeps increasing. While this is great news for marketers looking to capture audiences via email campaigns, we have to also acknowledge behavioral changes over the last year that directly affect the way audiences notice and process our marketing messages. Forget what you think you know about email marketing and discover how you can best capture increased attention on inboxes with real, actionable insights from the last 60 days. This session will guide you through the latest best practices to help cut through the noise and ensure your emails are making an impact.
Founded in 2003, Patti Devine Inc. uses a customer-focused approach to solve the marketing challenges of businesses of all types and sizes.
With deep knowledge of and experience in traditional, digital and social media marketing, we create strategies and tactics customized to your unique business needs -- with a focus on results and profitability.
Clients hire and retain us because of our proficiency in problem-solving, passion for all things marketing, leadership ability, experience in training and nurturing talent, and because we get stuff done!
Patti Devine Inc. is a certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) in New York State and NYC.
Jay Schwedelson is the founder of SubjectLine.com, the #1 free subject line rating tool ranked in the top 1% of all websites worldwide, according to Alexa rankings. He is also the President and CEO of Worldata, driving the company’s transformation from a traditional direct response media firm into an interactive leader in acquisition marketing strategies and permission email marketing services.
Having led Subjectline.com through 10 million subject lines tested, Jay uses his knowledge to guide organizations across industries in how to implement impactful email marketing that matters - his INBOUND 2020 virtual session saw over 3,000 attendees and received a session rating of 4.9 out of 5.