28 Jun 2016
Phrasee’s phavorite marketing tweets of the month: June 2016
There are a lot of people tweeting about email marketing these days.
The numbers have come in, and the results are clear. Email marketing isn’t going anywhere. In fact, it is growing.
With a demonstrably higher ROI than most other marketing channels, email marketing looks to continue making great strides in the years to come.
It’s a hot topic.
Which is why so many people are tweeting about it.
But how best to separate the wheat from the Twitter chaff? How best to find the gem tweets in between the mountains of lists of subject lines “guaranteed to get you more opens”, and links to thinly veiled content marketing blog posts?
Phrasee is here for you.
We keep our ear to the Twitter ground to bring you the best tweets the email marketing community has to offer.
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Phrasee’s phavourite email marketing tweets of the month
— B Arena Bainbridge (@graphicgypsy) June 14, 2016
We know. Weird, innit?
— Soraya Koendjbiharie (@RsorayaK) June 14, 2016
Well, sometimes it does, but it shouldn’t, really…
— Topmail (@Topsecureemail) June 14, 2016
Food for thought, especially if your current address is “firstname.lastname@example.org”
Copywriters! STOP with the “Get Dad What He Really Wants” subject lines. I *guarantee* what he really wants is not a polo shirt.
— Nicki Krawczyk (@nickikr) June 13, 2016
Go ahead, ask him. We bet his answer begins with “A bottle of…”
— J. Dela Cruz (@jdcoded) June 9, 2016
Sometimes you gotta let your nerd flag fly
When you apply a solid process to it, email marketing is a virtual salesman — driving sales everyday on autopilot. https://t.co/RJNxLuReOD
— Javier Hernández (@jhernanper) June 15, 2016
“Virtual Salesman” sounds like a solid comparison to us
— Alexander Rosen (@Rosenrosen) June 6, 2016
Today, in my spam folder… pic.twitter.com/xAEd14TUb9
— Email Snarketing (@EmailSnarketing) June 10, 2016
Must admit, we did wonder what the copy of this email was about… Probably something about commemorative plates…
— Phrasee (@phrasee) June 6, 2016