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Posts tagged with Email Roi

i thought email was dead?

Four things email marketers should do to get noticed in their company

Email marketers are, in my experience, pretty awesome people. They are the unsung heroes of digital marketing departments.

And yet, they’re often ignored when bigwigs talk about “digital marketing”, despite email delivering awesome ROI.

So here’s what you, email marketers, should do to get noticed in your company.


Email remains the best digital channel for ROI

As with many things in digital, there's always someone proclaiming the imminent death of email.

Its 'killers' are said to include social media, instant messaging, and spam. However, it's still here, it works, and we can prove it. 

According to our Email Marketing Industry Census 2014 sponsored by Adestra, revenue from email has increased proportionately by 28% in one year. 


66% of marketers say email delivers 'excellent' or 'good' ROI

Two-thirds of marketers (66%) state that email delivers an ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ ROI, with 8% of businesses achieving more than half of their sales through this channel.

The findings come from the new Econsultancy/Adestra Email Marketing Industry Census 2013, which shows that despite the ever-increasing toolkits and techniques available to marketers, email still holds its place as a channel that offers a strong ROI.

The 2013 version of this report covers new and changing trends within this key marketing channel, and its integration with other areas of marketing and key business functions.

But in spite of the strong potential for delivering a great return in investment, companies are spending too little time on optimisation of campaigns compared to design and content.


34% of businesses can't calculate email marketing ROI: report

Just over a third of businesses (34%) are unable to calculate the revenue earned from email marketing, according to a new survey from the DMA.

Only 60% of respondents said that they could calculate the revenue return, despite the fact that a vast majority of businesses (89%) said email marketing was either ‘very important’ or ‘important’.

This tallies with data from the new Econsultancy/Responsys Marketing Budgets 2013 Report, which found that only 52% of businesses rate their ability to measure ROI from email marketing as ‘good’.

According to the DMA’s report, of those who can calculate the ROI one-fifth (20%) accrue more than £51 for every pound spent, while almost a half (49%) of respondents said they achieve an ROI of between £1 and £10 for every £1 spent.