To help your campaigns, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite Halloween eCommerce emails. Use these as inspiration for your campaigns.
Planning is a critical part of an email marketing strategy. In this article, we explain why email marketing calendars so important.
eCommerce customer surveys are one of the best ways to gather valuable information about your customer base, but you have to ask the right questions.
Product reviews are an important part of the buying process for most shoppers. Learn how to maximize conversions by requesting more reviews.
Jilt is used by an incredibly diverse set of stores that sell products in all sorts of fascinating ways. From drop-shipping physical goods to online memberships with digital downloads to “box of the month” clubs, each store is unique in its own way. Our core set of lifecycle emails, like abandoned cart reminders and post-purchase follow-ups, are designed to be effective no matter what you sell or how. But unique stores need unique emails, too, […]
Scarcity marketing is a concept marketers have been using for ages because it’s proven to boost sales. Learn how to use scarcity in your email content.
Our mission is to make eCommerce email marketing both more powerful and easier to do. We’re thrilled that hundreds of successful shops are already using our powerful new email segmentation feature to deliver more relevant and personalized emails to their customers. But building effective campaigns around specific user behaviors takes a lot of time and energy. That’s why we’re excited to launch five new email campaign templates! Like our existing abandoned cart recovery and post-purchase […]
Getting the best ROI from coupons isn’t as simple as emailing a code. Here are some best practices for creating and sending email marketing coupons.
It’s best to schedule your emails so they arrive right as your subscribers are ready to read them. Learn the best times to send emails to your subscribers.
You know you should send emails to shoppers who add items to their cart, but never check out. But what should those emails look like?