Emails lose their hold when they read like auto-generated content. Therefore, to make messages look as personalized as possible, make sure to create content based on your subscriber’s most recent behavior, local weather, and specific location. As an added cherry on top, add their name to a compelling image to grab their attention.
An email is not just a block of text. It has many parts, each of which you need to review. There’s the subject line, preheader, header, body, and call to action to look at. For each part, check your grammar and spelling. There’s nothing like a typo to turn people off. Make your copy clear and straightforward, yet interesting and relevant.
Are all personalized fields filled out? Do you have fallback content for unpopulated fields? How does the design look like with various name lengths and special characters? Is the alignment affected? Have you tested what the message looks like with different names? Does the content display well on desktop and mobile? Have you chosen the optimum time to send out your email? Make sure this mini checklist’s boxes are all ticked before sending that email! After that, you’re good to go.
Campaign Monitor knows email! Thanks for this informative infographic.