A is for Audience: The first step in any email marketing campaign is identifying your target audience.
B is for Bounce, Hard and Soft:
C is for Contacts:
D is for Deliverability:
E is for Email Service Provider (ESP):
F is for Forms: Web forms can be used to gather important data about your audience and can be integrated with marketing automation software.
G is for Geotargeting:
H is for Header:
I is for Images:
J is for Junk Mail or Spam:
K is for Key Performance Indicator (KPI): Important metrics to measure the success of your email campaigns include open rates, click-through rates, and conversions.
L is for Lead Scoring:
M is for Mobile optimization: Emails should be optimized for mobile devices, as the majority of emails are now opened on smartphones.
N is for Nurturing Programs: A series of automated emails that are designed to educate and nurture subscribers over time.
O is for Opt-in: Subscribers should opt-in to receive emails, and there should be clear options for them to opt-out as well.
P is for Personalization: Marketing automation software can be used to personalize emails based on subscriber data, such as name and location.
R is for Reporting: Analytics and reporting features can help measure the success of email campaigns and make data-driven decisions.
S is for Segmentation: Subscribers can be segmented based on their interests and behaviors to create more targeted and personalized campaigns.
T is for Testing: A/B testing can be used to optimize subject lines, content, and calls-to-action for maximum effectiveness.
Views for Contacts and Accounts
W is for Welcome emails: Automated welcome emails can be sent to new subscribers to introduce them to your brand and set expectations for future emails.
Y is for Yield: Automated email campaigns can yield high conversion rates and provide a strong ROI for your marketing efforts.
Z is for Zero spam: Email campaigns should comply with spam regulations and provide a clear opt-out option for subscribers who wish to unsubscribe.