Email Marketing


A high-converting and engaging email marketing campaign, complete with drip sequences and lead scoring.

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Build an Email Drip Campaign

  1. Segmentation: Categorize your subscribers based on behavior, demographics, or stage in the sales funnel.
  2. Trigger Events: Define specific actions or criteria that trigger the start of the drip campaign.
  3. Content Mapping: Develop a series of emails that guide a prospect through the buyer’s journey, providing value at each step.
  4. Personalization: Use subscriber data to personalize emails, increasing relevance and engagement.
  5. Timing and Frequency: Determine the optimal send times and intervals between emails to maintain interest without overwhelming recipients.
  6. Conversion Goals: Set clear objectives for each email, whether it’s to nurture a lead, promote a webinar, or close a sale.

Custom Email Content Calendar

  1. Thematic Planning: Align email content with marketing themes, product launches, or seasonal events.
  2. Content Diversity: Plan for a mix of content types, such as educational articles, product updates, and exclusive offers.
  3. Editorial Guidelines: Establish a consistent voice and style that reflects your brand and resonates with your audience.
  4. Collaboration: Coordinate with other marketing initiatives to ensure a cohesive message across channels.
  5. Resource Planning: Schedule content creation and approval processes to ensure timely execution.
  6. Flexibility: Allow room in the calendar for spontaneous content in response to industry trends or customer feedback.

Lead Generation & Lead Scoring

  1. Lead Capture: Implement opt-in forms and lead magnets across your digital touchpoints to grow your email list.
  2. Lead Magnets: Offer valuable resources like ebooks, webinars, or free trials to entice sign-ups.
  3. Scoring Criteria: Develop a scoring system based on engagement, demographics, and behavior to prioritize leads.
  4. Progressive Profiling: Use dynamic forms and interactions to gradually collect more information about your leads.
  5. Nurturing Paths: Create tailored email sequences that respond to the lead’s score and readiness to buy.
  6. Sales Handoff: Define the point at which a lead is considered ‘sales-qualified’ and the process for transferring the lead to the sales team.

AB Testing, Day-Parting & Geo-targeting

  1. AB Testing: Regularly test different elements of your emails (subject lines, images, CTA buttons) to optimize for opens, clicks, and conversions.
  2. Variable Segmentation: Test emails on different segments of your audience to understand preferences and behaviors.
  3. Day-Parting: Schedule emails based on when your audience is most likely to engage, which can vary by time zone, day of the week, and time of day.
  4. Geo-targeting: Customize email content based on the recipient’s location to increase relevance, such as featuring local events or weather-specific products.
  5. Dynamic Content: Use dynamic content that changes based on the recipient’s data to create a more personalized experience.
  6. Analytics and Feedback Loop: Analyze the results of your tests to make informed decisions and continuously refine your email strategy.
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