E-mail marketing is one of the more effective and less expensive ways to retain and engage customers.
In fact, early this year comScore found that e-mail had a 4.4% sales conversion rate in the US.
In a survey by MarketingSherpa and ADTECH, 44% of marketers said that e-mails to house lists had “great ROI.”
CMOs told Epsilon researchers that e-mail was the marketing tactic that they would cut last—but that doesn’t mean subscribers don’t cut e-mail newsletters.
“Instead of just throwing out a bunch of stuff that customers may or may not be interested in,” said Marcia Wilson, CEO of Daffy’s, “we target and focus on their particular likes and interests.”
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