Do you Send Out Emails?

Emails with a Single Call-to-Action Increased Clicks 371%

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I think the entire audience cooed when they heard this stat. To me, it’s surprising and it’s not, but it definitely proves that testing call-to-actions in your email marketing efforts can yield some insanely valuable data.

Ellie stressed the simple things that make a big difference in email marketing, like having one clear and strong call-to-action, aligning email content with the stages of the funnel, and also dove into some more advanced tactics like using one channel to build up the other.

The bottom line, take a deeper look at your email copy to ensure your call-to-action is not only clear, but singular. People are lazy so if you’re asking them to do too much you’ll lose them, and won’t get the results you’re looking for. Also, you likely only want them to complete one action so don’t distract them with non-goal related links.

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