Your website’s conversion rates can make or break in many aspects of your company’s overall marketing health, unit economics, and ability to invest aggressively in digital marketing and growth.
Yet, with so much media competing for the attention of your most important buyer personas and sky-high customer expectations, it’s never been harder to move the needle on customer experience and sitewide conversion rates.
Two Biggest Factors for Improving Conversion Rates With Email Marketing
Urgency and Scarcity in Your Email Copywriting Offer
To improve email marketing conversions, you can use several ways to improve urgency and scarcity in your copywriting.
In certain kinds of transactional, business-oriented business models, discounting can help to convert users.
However, talented email marketers often use a variety of bonus strategies to motivate conversions in a specific timeframe.
And one other major consideration impacting email marketing success:
The Privacy-First Movement and Its Impact on Email Marketing
First up, Apple began blocking third-party cookies through its Mail Privacy Protection for the iPhone (iOS). For context, Apple currently holds well over 50% market share in the U.S. for mobile devices.
However, that's not the end of the privacy-first, third-party cookie-blocking story.
It's widely believed that Google's counterpunch or counter-defensive on privacy is right around the corner. And that's only for a lack of the backend Google Ads technology being ready that's forced Google/Alphabet to delay similar privacy-enhancing initiatives.
Already, major users of email service providers (ESPs) and marketing automation platforms have noted that open rates are no longer comparable to historical averages and very rapidly losing their effectiveness as a metric worthy of focus.
What’s your favorite way to improve conversion rates through email marketing? Let me know in the comments section down below.
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