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Test Your IQ With The Pew Internet Quiz [Weird & Wonderful Web]

Test Your IQ With The Pew Internet Quiz [Weird & Wonderful Web] | email | Scoop.it
If you're a regular reader of MakeUseOf then you probably consider yourself something of a geek. A geek who knows all there is to know about technology and the Internet. But do you, really?

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Email Best "Off Peak" & What Does Trend Mean For Social Media Marketing? Experian Study

Email Best "Off Peak" & What Does Trend Mean For Social Media Marketing? Experian Study | email | Scoop.it
Perhaps it's a case of standing out from the crowd. For the second consecutive year, a report from Experian Marketing Services [download page] covering Q4 email activity has

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, March 4, 2014 1:11 PM

Experian Study Email Open and Conversion Rates Best Off Peak
Send your email marketing when everyone else is and your response rates will suffer. The results of this study showing the off peak time of 8 to midnight converts the best reminds me of what a friend told me the other day.

My friend is a businesswoman mom and about ten other things. She explained that she likes to get in bed with her phone or tablet and curate her email. Most end up in the trash, but a great subject line or offer from a trusted source might get opened and might even prompt a buying decision.

The Experian study may have implications for blogging and social media marketing too. I've always been skeptical about the "right time" infographics that float around since they tend to form a consensus and I'm interested in avoiding the mob as much as possible.

VIral content goes viral for many reasons time of day may be one of them, but I doubt it. I think Experian's results should create a pause before we all pile on to creating Internet marketing lock stepped to some formula that doesn't work.