Maximise Email Open Rate and Email Click Through Rate With Phrasee

Are you optimising your email open rates and email click-throughs?

Do you split test your email campaigns before sending? Split testing email subject lines is something that all skilled email marketers are (or should be) doing on a regular basis. But are they? And are those who are split testing their subject lines doing so in an efficient and effective way?

We at Phrasee have made explaining the science behind split testing our mission. We’ve done the research, and we’re ready to share our findings. Watch Parry Malm, CEO of Phrasee, in this webinar on the science behind split testing.


Phrasee Phacts

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    Your brand voice

    Your brand isn’t generic – so why would you want a generic database of stock phrases in your marketing language? Phrasee’s algorithms are written for you, and no one else.

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    Human sounding

    Phrasee uses world-leading natural language generation and Deep Learning algorithms to generate marketing language that sounds human, and performs superhumanly.

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    Tailored algorithms

    Using our awesome algorithms, Phrasee learns what your audience responds to. And it works! Phrasee’s marketing language out-performs human generated language 98% of the time.

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    Massive time savings

    Phrasee reduces time taken to produce smart marketing language from days to minutes... Meaning more time spent on strategy and creative content. Oh, and we don’t hold any of your personal data.

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    Multilingual awesomeness

    German? Spanish? Esperanto? No problemo. Phrasee's deep learning engine creates a machine representation of language, and gets you more opens and clicks, regardless of if you say "Hello" or "Bonjour".

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    Make more money

    Better language = more opens, clicks and revenue. Phrasee optimises towards all three metrics and uses deep learning to increase customer engagement and make you more money. Awesome.

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