Why Storytelling Matters in Content Marketing

Being able to market your business is crucial for drawing in new customers and retaining old ones. However, you might be feeling stuck when it comes to bringing in fresh ideas for your marketing. The answer to your problem might actually lie in the commercials, television shows, and movies you watch. All of these forms of media are able to tell an engaging story that keeps viewers like you wanting more. The same goes for content marketing 一 by incorporating storytelling into your web copy and blogs, you could pique the interest of new and returning customers alike. 

The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC.’s commitment to providing high-quality marketing services extends to copywriting. Our experts can provide you with web copy that keeps customers engaged and interested in your products or services. Here are some of the major benefits as to why you should spruce up your copy with storytelling techniques.

Gives Your Brand a Distinct Voice

Consumers are interested in companies, big and small, that engage with their audience in unique ways. Whether through current memes or relatable examples, businesses could find success with having a unique voice and perspective in their advertising. Consistently using this voice in your web copy can prove that your company stands apart from your competition. This also encourages business-to-consumer, or B2C, interactions.

Makes Content Engaging and Exciting To Read

Whether you are a party rental company or an HVAC repair business, storytelling techniques can bring life to all types of different industries. By bringing in techniques such as personal anecdotes, your content could stand out amongst other similar pages on the Internet. Storytelling can also be used on a variety of different platforms, as keeping the story going while promoting a new blog post on social media can draw up interest.

Updates Older Content with New Information

Coming up with new ideas for content might be difficult, which might be a reason why you have not updated your blog in a while. However, you do not have to reinvent the wheel with every new blog post. Elaborating on a core idea, such as scheduling an appointment for system maintenance, can be used in a number of different ways through storytelling. For example, you could write a post about when to schedule appointments or what to do in preparation for one. 

Content Marketing Services in Melbourne, FL

Are you ready to bring out the best of your website’s content through our extensive content marketing services? Contact us today at 321-255-0900 to schedule a free consultation. Our team of content writers at The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC. will collaborate with you to bring out the best of your pre-existing content, as well as create new content ideas and pages. Using storytelling techniques, we can bring new life to your website.

Never Underestimate the Influence of Good Web Copy

In today’s online culture, having a virtual footprint is crucial. Having a website to put your inventory, services, and mantras on display can drive more customers to your business. Consumers find websites with more content on them more trustworthy and knowledgeable than websites with little information.

You have a website, but what does it say? What story are you telling your customers when they come to your home page? What about your service pages? Are you writing to your audience or just trying to meet a word count? Do you even have enough words on your page?

There are so many questions surrounding the topic, and it may begin to feel like a lost cause. But don’t worry; we have some tips to help you step up your website or blog game. Our content writers will be able to boost your website using the power of the written word.

Why Copywriting Is Important

Having a trustworthy copywriter on your side can help elevate your business to the next level. This is because customers pay attention to what you and your website have to say. Being able to write about your business in a clear, concise, and eye-catching manner could potentially do wonders. 

Here are what our copywriting experts and content writers have to say:

Eric: “Your website is your brand. It’s where all of your marketing efforts lead your customers. The content on your website is your opportunity to tell your story and encourage your audience to choose you.”

Ashlyn: “Copywriters are able to disseminate a clear and concise message to the reader while helping them find the information that they’re looking for.”

Ren: “Having good web copy is vital to any good website. A content writer weaves a story for the customer, teaching them about the brand, goods, or services in a way that is exciting and engaging to read. Without it, a website can fall flat, and a brand could lose business.”

Not only does good copy look good, but it will also help your website rank higher in search engines as well. As a small business owner, you need to make sure that your website can stand out among your competition. Having strong web copy can do just that, as the right keywords and optimization can help boost your rankings on search engines. Your future customers are searching for specific terms, so why not take advantage of that? 

Benefits of Blogging

Everyone has a blog, but why? You might be asking yourself this question, but fear not. There are some significant benefits to blogging that your business can reap:

  • Attracts consumers
  • Builds trust between you and your customers
  • Shareable between social media platforms
  • Establishes you as a knowledgeable force in your industry

Need Some Help With That?

Are you ready to improve your website’s copy? The AD Leaf Marketing Firm are experts well-versed in social media research and content creation. We would love to conquer the world of ever-changing social media and analysis for your company and help sky-rocket your business’s online presence and social engagement. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you grow by using our online form or call us at 321.255.0900. You can also email us at info@theadleaf.com. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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What Time Should I be Posting on Social Media?

If you’ve been managing any social media campaign, you’ve probably asked yourself this question a million times. You’ve probably heard that posting times are irrelevant now, with behavior-based algorithms having been rolled out among most platforms. While it is true that behavior-based algorithms have affected optimal posting times, it’s ignorant to think that when you launch your content does not affect your engagement rates, visibility, or the number of impressions generated. Are all hours and minutes equal in the eyes of the algorithm? The short answer is “no.” Let’s talk about why.

Is There Really a “Best” Time to Post? 

While most newsfeed algorithms are behavior-based, a few platforms take “recency” into consideration due to social media trends moving so quickly. In-the-moment updates and news are important in gauging whether or not your content should be shown to an audience, so it makes sense that they consider recency. 

As you might have guessed, there’s no one “right answer” or a “one-size-fits-all answer” to this question. The most important thing you can do when determining what time of day to launch your content, is to pay attention to your own analytics. Every target audience is different, and beyond that, every platform is different too. 

While you can apply some generalizations, like “the best time to post across industries is 9 a.m., when people are just starting work and going online for the first time” (Hubspot), it’s essential to understand that your followers could be online at a different time based on their personal attributes. 

If your target audience is mothers with young children, 9 a.m. might not be when they’re active online. They’re likely getting their kids set up for the day, so they may not be on social media until the youngsters go down for their mid-morning nap around 11 a.m. If you’re posting your content at 9 a.m., you could be missing that key audience. 

This is where your social media analytics will come into play. You need to monitor your content and pay close attention to when your audience is online and interacting with your content. You may be surprised to find out when your audience is genuinely online. 

How Do I Find Out When My Audience is Active on Social Media? 

Facebook

Facebook makes it relatively easy to figure this out. When looking at your Facebook Page, you’ll see a list of options on the left-hand side. First, you’ll select the option titled “Insights.” From there, you’ll select “Posts.” Then, you’ll see a graph at the top of the page detailing when your audience is most active. For those that are visual learners, here’s a step-by-step:

Based on the data provided above, we can see a few key points:

  • Our audience is most active on Sundays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
  • Our audience is most active between the times of 5 a.m. and 8 a.m.
  • Our audience is also reasonably active between the times of 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. 

After looking at this data, we should optimize our content to launch between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. throughout the week. If we wanted to switch things up, we could also launch our content between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. This will help our campaign connect with most of our audience as it may be different target audiences who are active in the evening hours versus the engaged audience in the morning hours.

Instagram

When looking at your Instagram profile’s main screen (hint: make sure your profile is converted to a Business Profile), click on the “Insights” button. From there, ensure you’re looking at a 30-day overview as 7-day analytics can provide a false positive or a false negative. The more data you’re taking into consideration, the better. Select “See All” next to the “Your Audience” section. Then, scroll down to the bottom, and you’ll be able to see the Hours or Days your audience is most active. Here’s a step-by-step breakdown for my visual learners:

In reviewing the analytics from our Instagram profile, here are a few key takeaways:

  • In terms of daily activity, our audience is pretty even across the board. There isn’t a specific day that stands out significantly. 
  • Our audience is most active between the hours of 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. across the board. 

When optimizing our Instagram content, it would serve us well to launch our content within that time frame each day. This will capture the bulk of our audience. In looking at the last graphic, it appears our audience is equally as active around 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. as well, so if we wanted to test our strategy against itself, we could choose one of those times to post as well. Like our Facebook strategy, it’s essential to consider multiple audience groups and determine which posting strategy captures your most active audience. 

This is just two out of the many social media platforms that exist now, so you can imagine it takes a significant amount of time and effort to track peak activity times across multiple platforms. As an agency, we have access to various tools that allow us to compile, track, and present this data to you, along with a comprehensive social media marketing strategy that takes all of this (and more) into consideration. If you’re looking to streamline your social media strategy, email us at info@theadleaf.com or call us at 321-255-0900 to get started with your unique social media strategy today. 

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Creating The Perfect Social Strategy with Organic and Paid Socials

If you are interested in social media marketing, then it’s essential that you develop an effective social strategy. The terms “bought” or “paid” regarding social media marketing can have a somewhat bad reputation. When these terms are present, they will often refer to a business with a large social media following but had a majority of their follows purchased through automated algorithms. This is generally looked down upon, especially if you are trying to promote your business.

However, the term “paid social” actually means something entirely different and might even be a marketing strategy that The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC. can help implement for you.

Organic vs. Paid Social Strategy

If you are familiar with SEO or work with our SEO specialists for your business, you already know what organic and paid socials are like. Organic social consists of any type of activity on social media that does not have a paid advertising function. On the other hand, paid socials use advertising programs on popular social media websites to boost a page’s traffic. The ideal social media strategy uses both organic and paid socials to achieve the best results possible.

Organic Social Strategy Tips

Here are some of the ways our marketing experts at The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC. recommend building your organic social following.

  • Make sure your best-performing post is immediately visible
  • Comment on similar pages and posts to yours
  • Develop a social media voice that can distinguish you from your competition

Paid Social Strategy Tips

Are you starting to see an improvement with your organic social statistics? Try and boost those engagements more with paid social activity! Here are some tips you can use to draw in new potential customers.

  • Make unique social media posts explicitly used for promotion
  • Promote new products or offers frequently
  • Publish content based on the current needs and interests of your target audience

Working with The AD Leaf

As a local business ourselves, we understand that you might have a limited amount of time to work on boosting your organic and paid social media presence. After all, you have a lot on your plate as you work to expand your business. That is why our social media strategists here at The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC. can do the work for you! We will create perfect social media posts and will regularly update you with information about user engagement. 

Are you ready to take your social media presence to the next level? Call The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC. at 321-255-0900 to schedule a free consultation!

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The Basics of E-Commerce

Learn E-Commerce Basics

If you have ordered something off Amazon or another online shopping platform, you have engaged in e-commerce. This practice has seen substantial growth over the past year, as more people can purchase their essential goods from websites or mobile apps. If you are a business owner who sells a specific product, then starting an e-commerce platform could be a massive boost for your company. We’ll help you get started with these e-commerce basics.

E-Commerce is Growing

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people went online to shop and pay for the items they wanted and needed. This caused 21.3% of all retail sales to be from online shopping. There were several additional reasons for this growth, including broader accessibility and faster service on e-commerce websites.

These online shopping experiences fall under B2C transactions. B2C or Business to Consumer transactions is when customers buy a product directly from a company. These businesses use their websites as a virtual storefront, showcasing products that customers either need or want. You can do this as well with your own business and products!

The Basics of E-Commerce and More

At The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC., we understand that starting your e-commerce store can be a bit overwhelming. There are many products that you have to load information of online, and the market of e-commerce platforms themselves continuing to grow. You might be wondering where to start, and our team of marketing experts is here to help. 

List of E-Commerce Websites

When it comes to e-commerce basics, there’s nothing more important than your website. Many general website builders, such as WordPress and Wix, can give you the option to add an online store to an already-existing website. However, some platforms allow you to make your store the focal point of the company’s website. Here are just a few:

  • Shopify
  • BigCommerce
  • WooCommerce
  • Square Online

Designing Your Website

The primary purpose of your e-commerce site is to attract new customers and bring back previous ones. That means that you should make sure that it is as accessible as possible. Some of the best ways to do this are choosing simple layout designs and easy-to-read text with your company’s colors. 

Leave It To Us

Although you might be excited to begin working on your e-commerce website, you might be wondering when you can take time out of your busy day to work on it. If you are in this situation, don’t panic because The AD Leaf ® Marketing Firm LLC.’s team of web designers and marketers can help. We can make your new website from scratch, ensuring that you and your store are represented in the best way possible.

Ready for a free consultation to see how we can help bring your business online? Call us today at 321-255-0900.

Algorithm Mania

Marketing and the Facebook Algorithm

It’s pretty common knowledge that trends in social media are constantly changing, but how much do you know about the algorithms that determine what’s seen and who sees it? Let’s use Facebook as an example. While it would certainly make the lives of social media coordinators much easier, there’s no one set algorithm that Facebook uses. There are common denominators and things that affect algorithms as a whole– like elections–, but every single user has their own unique algorithm that’s generated by what they commonly interact with and who is paying to put their content in front of them. The average reach for an organic post hovers around 5% and drops more with each passing month. As with most things in business and marketing, paid ads are king.

How Algorithms Affect Marketing

Every time you log in to Facebook and check out your feed, your algorithm is updated based on what posts you’re interacting with, who you’ve chosen to “see first” on your feed, your settings, and several other factors. Up until recently, there was also a lot of information being taken from Facebook partners that helped both ad and organic algorithms hone in on their audience on a very granular level. On top of keeping up to date with normal algorithm changes, Facebook users and managers are now coming face-to-face with Apple’s new security policy, allowing users to opt-out of data sharing that companies use to target their ads. facebook algorithm

Facebook Algorithm Tracking

If you’re an iPhone owner, you’ve likely already seen the popup message on many of your apps that allows you to opt-out of a lot of the information sharing that had been occurring. While this limits ad targeting in some industries, it’s not completely stripping away the carefully crafted audiences many rely on to bring in leads. However, without the behind-the-scenes know-how of targeting and how to adjust to similar targets that are still available, you’re likely to see a large decrease in leads. This skillset is just one of the many reasons it’s so important to have a trained social media specialist on your team.

Defeating the Facebook Algorithm

For a novice, mastering algorithms is an overwhelming task, and without the proper training and know-how, it’s a real guessing game. It’s also time-consuming to monitor the latest news and updates and tweak your posting schedule and ads accordingly. That’s where we step in! The AD Leaf has a full team of highly trained and skilled social media coordinators that are always up to date on all things social media. Put your time and energy toward your business and let us handle the rest!

 

What Is Backlinking?

What Is Backlinking?

Chances are if you’ve been talking about SEO you’ve heard the term “backlinking” more than once. Backlinks can also be referred to as “inbound links”, “incoming links”, or “one-way links” and they are links that go from one website page to a different website’s page. Search Engine sees a backlink and considers it a “vote” in favor of the web page. Pages with a high number of backlinks tend to have higher organic search engine rankings.

Why Is Backlinking Important?

For every high-quality backlink you have pointing at your site that is essentially telling google “This website is trustworthy and has good content”, the more of these high-quality links you have the higher search engines will want you on their search results. While backlinking as a whole is not a new thing it still is a vital part of SEO and a very good way to improve your rankings. Google has actually confirmed that backlinks are one of their three most important search engine ranking factors.

Are All Backlinks The same?

No, they are not! A lot of backlinks can actually be detrimental to your SEO. If you want to increase your SEO you need to focus on HIGH-QUALITY backlinks, but how do you dictate what websites are high quality? The first thing to look at is if the incoming link is from a trusted source, let’s be honest we are sure you’d prefer to have a backlink from Yale instead of a random spam page. The concept itself of getting high-quality links is actually referred to as “Domain Authority” if you have a link coming from a website with a high domain authority google puts a massive emphasis on it because it is prioritized as a source of links.

What Is Anchor Text And Is It Important?

Anchor text is the visible part of a text that is linked. But how do you use anchor text to your advantage? Well, a best practice for SEO is to have an anchor text that includes your target keyword. IN fact, there was a study that found a direct correlation between keyword-rich anchor text and higher search rankings.  But you also have to be careful with your keyword-rich anchor text and try not to go overboard with it, Google has a filter in their algorithm that’s called “google penguin” and what this update does is filter out a lot of backlink building strategies and has a focus on sites that build backlinks with an exact match anchor text. But a good habit to have when backlinking is ensuring that the website and page you are linking to your website and page are related to the content you have on your website. Google will heavily prioritize these websites because not only are the links coming from reliable sources but they are within the same niche.

Contact Us

If you want more information on how backlinking works or if you want to start backlinking on your own website then reach out to us today on our contact us page.

What Is Bounce Rate?

Bounce rate is one of the most important factors when it comes to your SEO. But what exactly is it? How can I improve my bounce rate? What are the average rates? These are questions you probably have regarding bounce rate. So, what is it?

Defining Bounce Rate

The term “bounce rate” is a marketing term that represents how many of your site visitors are coming to your website then bouncing or leaving it without going to other pages. The higher your bounce rate is on your website the worse that is for you, it not only could affect your SEO but it means something is in disarray on your site itself. But before we determine what a good or bad bounce rate is let’s first determine what the average bounce rates are for different industries. Your niche plays a big role in what your rate is, as an example of that, say someone has a very specific question about your niche. They would go to that page and then have their question answered and leave the site. If you are wondering what your average industry bounce rate is, refer to the infographic below.

What is bounce rate?

How Do You Improve Your Bounce Rate?

The best way for you to improve your bounce rate is to first find out where everyone is leaving and then try and determine what could be the cause of it. For example, if you notice a lot of people are leaving within a few seconds of being on your website that could be due to many different factors from loading speeds, to the visuals of the site itself, being ranked for misleading keywords (they can’t find what they are looking for), wrong or misinformation, etc. One of the best ways to determine your bounce rate is to put yourself into the mindset of incoming new visitors. What would you want to see for your niche? What questions are you asking as a new visitor that you answer? Is there enough information? One of the best ways to capture a new visitor is with visuals like pictures, infographics, or videos. Anything you can do to capture their attention is a great way to make sure their eyes stay on it.

Attracting The Right Visitors

Traffic as a whole can be amazing, but not if everyone is leaving as soon as they arrive. Ensuring you have a good rate means that your content is not just getting in front of eyes, it’s getting in front of the RIGHT eyes. To do that when it comes to targeting keywords and rankings you need to envision yourself as the person coming in. If I was looking for “Tile Roofing” and only tile roofing and someone ranking for “tile roofing” only did metal roofs, I would have no reason to stay on that website. One of the best things you can do to optimize your rate is to make sure you have high-quality content that makes people stay. If you have any more questions or want to discuss how we can help your rate improve visit our contact page!

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Social Media: What Should Businesses Post?

Why You Need Great Social Media Content

So, you’ve committed to creating social media content. You’re ready to kick off your social media marketing strategy, and you’re going to kill it!

There’s only one problem. What are you going to post?

Social media is all about engagement. If your social media content is stale and lifeless, people won’t interact. We all know sharing is caring! If your audience doesn’t care about what you’re posting, they won’t share it. They won’t repost, retweet, like, comment, or follow either!

So how can you get that engagement? With valuable content, of course!

Social Media Science

There’s a science behind what people will or won’t share on social media. Studies have shown that a majority of people sharing content do so because they are entertained, and want to entertain their friends. Another motivation? Information. People like to educate themselves, and will share content that will be useful to their friends and followers. From a psychological standpoint, it’s simple: people want to look good. People are more inclined to share interesting and engaging content because it makes THEM look interesting and engaging. What’s more, great content helps people to connect with and even help their friends, family and followers.

So, now that we know what people share, what kind of content is best?

Great Social Media Content Makes You Feel Something

Feelings are a part of daily life for everyone, so it makes sense that content that invokes an emotional response will get a good reaction. But which emotions are the best ones to target? Studies have shown that positive content tends to get more shares than negative content. Furthermore, laughter and amusement are at the top of the list. So, give people something to laugh about!

Don’t Forget the Visuals

We all know the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Images tell stories, and people love storytelling! Content that includes visuals gets 94% more views than content without. That’s because the brain processes things visually. If you want to draw your audience’s eye, images are the way to do it.

When it comes to your images, size matters. Make sure you’re posting images of a high enough resolution that they’ll show up clear and sharp. Nobody likes blurry, stretched out images. Not sure where to get images to post? The best ones are the ones you take yourself! If that’s not an option, stock images can work well, too.

Attention is Everything

We live in an age of pocket-sized information. If your content isn’t immediate eye-catching, people will scroll on by. It’s easier and faster to absorb information in bite-sized pieces. Lists and infographics are the way to go! When you put things in list format, people know exactly what they’re getting when they click the link. Lists and infographics get shared more than other types of content, so they’re a great tool for engagement! Infographics are also easy to make with tools like Canva, Vizualize, and more. If you don’t want to make one, find one to share.

Who hasn’t clicked through to find out what kind of pizza matches their personality? Interactive content like quizzes are great for interaction and engagement! The benefit of interactive content is that it encourages users to engage instead of just scrolling past. Luckily, creating quizzes, polls, and other interactive content is a breeze. There are many tools made just for that.

Hashtags Get You Found

There’s a hashtag for every day. #MotivationMonday. #ThrowbackThursday. #FlashbackFriday. Daily themes are a great way to engage! This trend doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, so get on board. Similarly, there’s a wacky holiday for almost every day, week and month as well. Did you know there are national food holidays almost every day? With a little pre-planning, you can have some great content prepared to celebrate these observances.

Want to know the best way to engage with your audience? Post THEIR content. Your best salespeople are the people who are using your products and services and talking about the experience. Take GoPro for example. What better way to sell their product than show you ALL the ways in which it can be used, and ALL the videos it can take? Every GoPro user can be a content creator. That gives GoPro unlimited resources to showcase exactly what their product is capable of.

Great Social Media Content Builds Connections

Did you notice something similar about all of these pieces? That’s right, none of them are links to your business website!

That doesn’t mean you can’t ever post about your business! In fact, there are times when that’s beneficial.

If you’ve got information that is relevant, educational, engaging and everything we’ve talked about, post it! Just don’t drown your audience in it, because nobody likes when people talk about themselves all the time.

It’s called social media for a reason. People want to connect! They want to engage with causes they care about, they want to support and help their friends and families, and they want to feel and share those feelings. Make your page a place where they can do just that!

Generate Leads All Year with Email Marketing

With these email marketing tips, businesses can generate leads that lead to revenue all year round. A 2015 study by the DMA found that for every $1 spent, email has an average $38 return on investment (ROI). This is huge for businesses since with just a little effort invested into a great email campaign strategy. The campaign could pay off in a big way!

Step 1: Generate an Email List

The first thing is to start gathering emails from past or potential clients. Don’t worry if a list is only a couple hundred subscribers. A healthy growing list is better than thousands of users. For example, a business that compiled a list of 150 people from networking events and clients could generate more leads and revenue than a gigantic list. This is because these people are specifically tailored to your industry. Then, don’t sell to them but educate using intelligent material like a high-quality, topical blog article. This presents you as a thought leader, which people are more inclined to reach out to for advice. This advice then turns into a sale. 

Step 2: Create a Plan

Even though your product or business could appeal to a wide variety of people, it is crucial to define an audience. Choose exactly who to reach and the best messaging to communicate with them. This helps to create personalized and targeted emails that help increase engagement and build trust. How did users sign up for emails? This signup source can help create a customer journey segmented into groups. Each group should have a different message. Also, in this plan decide the sending frequency. Sending too often, and subscribers will flee. Wait too long, and subscribers won’t have a relationship with you. It is like a memorable courtship that needs to be nurtured correctly.

Step 3: Craft an Open-Worthy Subject Line

The average person receives 121 emails per day. You need to cut through the digital clutter. The best subject lines are concise and grab your attention. Some examples are:

  • Please Touch Me! Enterprise Delight via Multitouch
  • Defense Against the Dark Arts: ESAPI
  • Do Gamers Dream of HTML5 Sheep?
  • Baby Got (Feed)Back

Another trick is using punctuation marks. Question marks and unusual punctuation offer another method for standing out. Try to avoid exclamation marks as they are over-used for attention. The best use of this is using question marks to ask your readers a question. For example, “Rough Day?” “Want to save 10%?”. Just make sure your subject line doesn’t go over 50 characters since those with less have higher open rates.

Step 4: A/B Testing

A/B Testing or Split Testing is an effective way to learn more about your audience and get the best results from an email marketing campaign. A great start is testing multiple subject lines. These are the most important and make or break a campaign.

Play with email lengths. According to Boomerang’s research, the ideal length for an email is between 50 and 125 words. Emails that fell within these two lengths netted a response rate above 50%, proving just how important it is to pay attention to your messages’ size.

Change the images. Maybe a GIF would be more engaging, or maybe an audience wants more or less of them. A/B Testing will tell that information.

Step 5: Analyze Your Campaign

When looking at how successful a campaign is, examine opens, and clicks. It is also important to compare these to other companies in an industry. Don’t just look at how a campaign did, but look at the traction to your website or e-commerce store. These are all important to conversion rates.

Need Personalized Email Marketing Lead Tips?

Do you need more help in formulating an email campaign?  Want to get more email marketing leads? Why not set-up a one-on-one call with us? During your personalized strategy session, we will walk you through everything you need to know to make a killer email marketing campaign. Contact us today.