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2. The Subject line: subject lines must be short, snappy and provide the reader with an incentive to open. It is therefore important that your subject line is not only engaging but relevant.
3. Preview Pane: The first six lines of your email are what can be seen in the preview pane meaning this is what is on show when a client has decided to read past the subject line, filling this area with an image means that this space will be wasted with a big white box featuring a red cross in the corner portraying little or nothing of use to the reader and discouraging further investigation.
4. Dynamic Content: Effectively dynamic content will double the clickthrough rate of any well implemented campaign.
5. Styling: Large font is also seen as high scorer on the spam filter as it is seen as shouting, a negative feature in an email, the same applies for a red link which equates an equally high score.
6. Data Cleansing: There is no point sending copious amounts of emails if they are not going to the correct people. Therefore it is important that your data is relevant and up to date.
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