Posts tagged with Email Survey

Retailers should be emailing checkout dropouts

Though the majority of companies in the UK are failing to send emails to customers who have abandoned their shopping baskets, yet 46% of consumers say they would be likely to complete a purchase if they received a reminder. 

An e-Dialog survey revealed the latter statistic, while our Email Marketing Census earlier this year found that 67% of companies were not employing this tactic to attempt to revive abandoned sales.

The email survey also revealed some useful stats about email's effectiveness as a direct marketing channel, and the potential for driving offline sales. Some highlights after the jump...

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UK retailers need to improve their email marketing efforts

The UK's retailers still have plenty of room for improvement in their email campaigns and are not making the most of tactics which could improve their email ROI, according to a new study.

Marks and Spencer and H Samuel both performed well and scored 81 in the study, but both Somerfield and H&M need to improve, as they were joint bottom on 48. 

Overall scores were down compared to last year's survey, with retailers failing on crucial areas like personalisation and gathering relevant information when customers sign up in the first place.

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