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Show your email marketing some love

How to show your email marketing some love

Love is in the air! There’s going to be no avoiding it I’m afraid, let the lovey-dovieness commence! With 1 in 3 shoppers heading online in search of the perfect gift for that special someone, and over £986 million spent on gifts according to EA Online Marketing, now is the time to show a little love to…


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New Padding Block added to NewZapp’s Drag & Drop email editor

Good news from NewZapp HQ Here are 4 facts off the top of my head about the Drag & Drop method of creating an email campaign.   Drag & Drop is a great system.   Drag & Drop has been an amazing advance.   Drag & Drop is definitely the most flexible email editor we’ve ever built. … and…


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What is an email bounce?

What is a bounce? An email bounce indicates that your email has not been delivered. When a email cannot be delivered NewZapp will receive an automatic notification of the delivery failure. The failure comes from the recipient’s mail server which can be for a number of reasons. There are two different classifications, a hard and a…


2017 Key UK Dates

40 Key UK Calendar Dates for 2017

New Year, new ‘To Do’ lists! Ever the handy helpers at NewZapp HQ, we thought a check list of the key UK calendar dates for 2017 might just be welcome (especially if you are counting the days until midnight on January 31st!) No prizes for guessing which date Valentine’s Day falls on, but what about the movable…


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Click Rates and How to Improve Them

Click rates  Another staple of the email KPI are click rates or click through rates. A click is recorded as a subscriber who has clicked on a link in an email they have received. The click through rate is calculated by the number of unique subscribers that click on one or more links in your e-mail…


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Open Rates and How To Improve Them

Open Rates A fundamental part of the email KPI. The email open rate is the amount of people that have opened your campaign, expressed as a percentage. Open rates are calculated by the amount of people that have opened the email divided by the total amount of emails sent. A 20% open rate means that…


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Don’t let random lines spoil your experience on Outlook 2016

Good news, everyone! Following the announcement in August 2016 of a partnership between Litmus and Microsoft to #MakeEmailBetter, a collective cheer went up from email designers and developers the world over. Finally, there was hope that the creators of one of the biggest problem children of the email reader world, Outlook 2007+, was actively going…


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Have you set up your welcome email?

Welcome emails often get the highest rates of engagement over other emails. They offer the perfect chance to engage with new subscribers while you are still fresh in their mind and give them a little nudge to take action.   “You will never get a second chance to make a first impression”Will Rogers   You…


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Filtering data for re-engagement campaigns

I love shoes. I love emails. So it naturally figures that I love emails about shoes. Big shoes, little shoes, all the in-between shoes. Flat shoes, stilettos, wedges, kittens and stacks. They’re all worthy and in need of a home. My home! If I could (eg. if I was single) I’d put them on the…


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Do you need a Subscriber Preference area?

What will the Subscriber Preferences area do? The subscriber preference area will help you fine tune your subscribers and their groups, it is a good way for subscribers to manage their own email address and the content that they want to receive. Why would you set up your Subscriber Preference area? Subscribers can often feel…