8 Big Tests You Should Run in Your #Email Marketing Program #EmailMarketing #HCMKTG #HIT100

//8 Big Tests You Should Run in Your #Email Marketing Program #EmailMarketing #HCMKTG #HIT100

8 Big Tests You Should Run in Your #Email Marketing Program #EmailMarketing #HCMKTG #HIT100

Sometimes the big changes are the ones that make the most difference. Here are significant adjustments you can make to your email campaigns to drive results.

Source: blog.hubspot.com

"What’s the last major thing you tested in your email marketing program? Small tests, like subject line or sender personalization are quick and easy, something most great email marketing softwares can do out of the box.

However, these small tests, which can provide some data, can’t compare to larger, more comprehensive email tests. And really when it comes to testing email marketing, it takes more than one email to really determine what works best for any given company.

Comprehensive email program testing may seem daunting. However, you can clearly define your own company best practices and utilize those results for a long time if you complete email tests properly. But the question remain: What should I be testing?" CONTINUE READING: http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/email-marketing-tests

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By | 2015-01-21T17:47:34+00:00 January 21st, 2015|Healthcare Marketing Strategy|Comments Off on 8 Big Tests You Should Run in Your #Email Marketing Program #EmailMarketing #HCMKTG #HIT100

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