Download this free MailChimp template that you can use in your summertime email campaigns.
You A/B test your subject line, toil over every word in the text of your email and segment your list to the T, but what are you doing to optimize your email’s layout? The design aesthetic of your email template are just as critical as the words you use. So let’s take a look at nine design elements that will help to boost your bottom line.
Delivering revenue for publishers and serving up impressions for advertisers through email has not been as ubiquitous. However, LiveIntent, a New York City-based startup, is leading the field for real-time ads in email.
Stamplia created a mobile-friendly email with a gorgeous visual layout to highlight your products and stop the avid scanner in their tracks. And guess what? It’s yours, for free!
With half of email opens occurring on mobile in 2015, having responsive emails is vital to your marketing success. If your company is in need of a responsive template or just looking for a new mobile-friendly layout to add variety to its mailing strategy, look no further.
We’ve teamed up with Email Monks to bring you this Ultimate Fashion Store free responsive template.
Your business needs to go responsive with your email templates NOW, and not a second later. I know that, and if you’re an email marketer you probably know that as well. The person that may not totally accept responsive design as a necessity, though, is your boss or client.
That’s why we took the time to scour the web and find 4 case studies that will make your case for you. So sit back, relax and soak up the empirical evidence below.