4-week Bulletproof Retargeting Campaign to Skyrocket your Sales


Have you had an opportunity to read our article Art of Retargeting: The Complete Guide?

If not, we recommend you check it out before reading this post. If you already know all about retargeting and its benefits, then get ready to put your knowledge into practice!

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So, let’s get to it by building your first bulletproof retargeting campaign.

Week 1

For week 1, you will target non-buyers with a brand awareness campaign. Basically, you will take a look at your analytics, and see which pages get a lot of traffic but the visitors leave without taking any action.

This week you will target everyone who has failed to make a purchase or take any action on your site. Your campaign banners should only show your logo, and your unique selling proposition(USP). Wondering how to define your USP? Just ask yourself what sets you apart, and bingo, you have your USP.

This campaign shouldn’t last more than 7 days. On day 8 you’ll move to the next week’s strategy.  

Week 2

On days 8 through 14, you’ll create another campaign targeting the same audience, but this time you will change your banners and creatives to show product or service features, including product name, your logo, headline, and a strong call to action.

Week 3 

On day 15, you will continue to target the same group. You’ll add to your already product-specific banners an additional offer such as a 10% discount code, free shipping, etc.

On day 22 you will move to the strategy of the final week where you will give it your all. 💪

Week 4

In this final week, you’re going to hit your retargeting audience with an offer that can’t be refused. This is where you go all out by offering an even bigger discount, free trial, or anything that can help you get that sale!

Why go to all this effort? Because once you convert someone into a customer, it’ll be a lot easier to upsell or cross-sell to him or her later.

In fact, you have a 60 – 70% chance of upselling or cross-selling to an existing customer. In comparison, the likelihood of selling to a new user is 5-20%. It has also been proven that existing customers are 50% more likely to try new products and spent 30% more, when compared to new users.

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Happy retargeting! 😊

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The Ultimate Email Marketing Strategy Guide


Welcome to Sendinblue’s Ultimate Email Marketing Strategy Guide! This comprehensive guide will show you step-by-step how to create a plan that’s going to take your email marketing to the next level.

Don’t be fooled by anyone who tells you that email marketing is dead. As the experts of email marketing here at Sendinblue, we know that it’s very much alive and well.

With the potential to generate an ROI of up to 4400%, email remains the most powerful marketing channel out there. But in order to reap its many benefits, you need an email marketing strategy

An email marketing strategy refers to the approach, tactics, and actions put in place to reach specific business goals using email marketing.

Not only does having a strategy help you plan your marketing emails in advance, it also ensures that your emails are on brand, relevant, and fulfilling a specific business purpose.

Before we get into the practical details of creating an email marketing strategy, let’s talk about why you need one in the first place.

Do I really need an email marketing strategy?

Yes, you do.

You can send ‘one size fits all’ email blasts to your entire contact base without any strategy at all. But by doing this, there’s a high chance your emails will be completely ineffective.

Think about all the marketing emails that flood our inboxes on a daily basis. Most of them aren’t even opened. What are you going to do to make your emails stand out in an already saturated inbox?

Remember: Your contact has opted-in to your emails because they expect to receive some sort of value from you. For your emails to provide value, they need to be personalized and tailored to the recipient’s individual needs.

To achieve higher open and click-through rates, you need to think carefully about how to connect with contacts. This is where your email marketing strategy comes in.

A strategy will define the ‘how’, ‘when’, and ‘why’ behind your email marketing efforts. Once established, this will give you the best possible chance of increasing conversions and achieving your business goals.

Create your email marketing strategy in 12 steps

1. Analyse your current situation

Take a critical look at the current state of email marketing and analyze the results. The idea here is to scope out the opportunities and challenges to make your email marketing more impactful.

Here are some of the questions you should be asking:

  • What have you been trying to achieve with this current approach?
  • How well has it been working?
  • How does the current strategy tie in with and contribute to the overall marketing and organizational goals?
  • What challenges have you faced? 
  • How is email marketing organized? What processes are in place?
  • Who is your target audience?
  • How do you attract your subscribers? Where do they sign up?

In order to highlight areas for improvement, we suggest doing a SWOT analysis. This lets you define your Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. 

We also suggest keeping an eye on what your competitors are doing in terms of email marketing. Sign up to their newsletters and promotional emails. Consider what they do well and not so well. Think about what you can do better.

2. Define your email marketing goals and objectives

Answer this: What exactly do you want to achieve with email marketing?

Your email marketing needs to have specific goals. These goals should support the overall marketing and business goals. 

Having goals gives you something to work towards and makes it easier to measure the success of your campaigns.

Think of each goal as a specific desired outcome. Typical email marketing goal examples include growing the email subscriber list, improving open and click-through rates, generating sales, or promoting a product.

For goal-setting inspiration, have a read of our article on where to focus email marketing goals.

Having goals is going to help you choose the right content to include in your emails.

Your objectives represent the steps along the path to achieving each goal. Make sure your objectives are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-bound). 

For example, if your wider goal was to grow your subscriber list, then a corresponding objective could be to grow newsletter subscriptions by 1000 subscribers within a 12-month period.

3. Understand your target audience

Now lets focus on the ‘who’ behind your email marketing strategy.

For your marketing emails to be effective, you need to understand the person on the receiving end as well as their motivations for taking an interest in your product or service. This will help ensure your emails are personalized and relevant.

Think about all the information you have on your current customers. Note down all you know about their demographic and behavioral characteristics. 

Consider their content preferences. What kind of emails get the most engagement and conversions from your subscribers?

Compile this information in the form of buyer personas. These personas are going to be used as a reference point when it comes to creating content.

Once you have identified your target audience, next you’re going to plot the customer journey and define the different moments at which email marketing should intervene and with what message.

This is particularly important in B2B business as leads moving through the buyer funnel need a lot of information before making a purchase – how can you use marketing emails to grow their interest?

4. Understanding the different types of emails you’ll send

It’s likely that your business will send several types of email, each serving a different purpose. Let’s run through the typical ones.

Newsletters

The purpose of an email newsletter is to maintain and grow a subscriber’s interest in a company by sharing company news/updates or information on a specific topic. Newsletters are sent on a recurring basis (weekly, monthly, etc.) to people who specifically have signed up to receive them.

A newsletter brings many benefits. Firstly, it’s a means of generating brand awareness and staying front-of-mind for subscribers. Secondly, it nurtures relationships with existing customers and finally, it’s great for driving traffic to specific webpages and gently pushing calls-to-action (CTAs).

To get started read our detailed guide on how to create a newsletter from start to finish.

Here’s an example of an email newsletter from Creative Mornings:

Promotional Campaigns

Promotional email campaigns are sent with a specific objective in mind, for example to promote a particular offer, product, service, etc.

Such campaigns are easy to measure and are usually quite effective thanks to having very focused CTAs.

Our advice when sending promotional emails is to not the send the same message to all your contacts. You should segment your list and target each segment with a personalized and relevant message for maximum impact. More on list segmentation in Step 7.

You can learn how to create your own promotional campaigns with this guide.

Adidas always nails it when it comes to promotional campaigns:

Automated Emails

The purpose of an automated email is to send targeted, action-triggered emails to contacts.

The idea is that the emails are prepared in advance and sent automatically once a contact fulfills predefined ‘trigger’ conditions, e.g. sending a welcome email once a new subscriber signs up to your site.

Other examples include abandoned cart, birthday, and reactivation emails. Automated emails typically contains a marketing message and requires setting up automation workflows.

This is an great way of sending personalized and relevant emails. Naturally, it saves a LOT of time as there is no need for further intervention once the workflow is set up. Everything happens automatically.

For a full guide to automated emails, check out our article Email Automation 101.

Welcome email example (source)

Transactional Emails

These automatic emails are sent in response to a specific action and contain a specific piece of important information.

Essentially what transactional emails do is finalize a transaction between the business and the recipient. The goal is not to push a commercial message but to facilitate an already agreed upon transaction.

The benefits of such emails include providing customers with useful information and building their trust in you.

Transactional examples include order confirmations, shipment updates, receipts, password resets, opt-in verifications, etc.

Find out everything you need to know in our complete guide to transactional emails.

Order confirmation example (source)

Lead nurturing Emails

These automated and personalized emails are intended to educate and nurture a lead’s interest in your product or service. An example would be sending an email that contains a product case study.

It’s a great way to grow relationships and move leads along the buyer funnel towards conversion. It’s especially effective in B2B marketing where the decision-making process tends to be longer.

We suggest using marketing automation to implement a lead-scoring workflow which assigns scores once leads fulfill certain conditions. Here’s an example of a basic lead scoring workflow:

You can then set up a segmentation workflow which separates leads into different mailing lists on the basis of lead score. This will let you target the leads on each list with specific messages. A full explanation of lead scoring models is available here. 

Once you have a clear idea of the kind of emails your business is going to send, it’s a good time to start outlining some email content ideas. This will give you a headstart for Step 9 in which the email content is going to be finalized and formatted.

If you’re going to be sending automated emails, now’s a good time to plan your marketing automation workflows. Have a look at these workflow examples for small business to get you started.

5. Invest in an email marketing solution

If you’re serious about email marketing and looking for an efficient way to manage and send emails, we strongly advise you sign up to an email marketing service provider.

Managing email marketing through one of these platforms lets you streamline and centralize your email marketing processes. You’ll be able to do everything from email design to list management to campaign reporting, all in the same place.

More importantly, an email marketing service provider gives you a means of checking that your emails have actually reached the intended recipients.

There are many such service providers on the market, offering a range of different features at varying price points. To choose the one best suited to your needs, here’s what you need to consider:

  • What are your budget limitations?
  • What type of emails do you plan on sending? Does the service have the necessary capabilities for these emails (e.g. marketing automation, transactional)?
  • Do you need additional features (e.g. sign-up forms and landing pages)?
  • How many contacts do you have? How many are you planning to gain in the next 12 months?
  • How many emails do you send each month?

The offerings differ mainly in terms of advanced features and prices. As far as we’re concerned, the must-have features are responsive email design, email templates, contact management and segmentation, marketing automation, A/B testing, and customer support.

Essential reading: Comparing the Best Email Marketing Services – Pricing & Features

6. Build a list of subscribers

You established your target audience back in Step 3. Your next step is figuring out how to get more of those people to sign up for your marketing emails.

We spoke earlier about how your emails should bring some sort of value to the recipient. Consider the needs of your target audience. Think about your value promise and how you’re going to deliver on it. 

For instance, the Sendinblue blog newsletter brings value to its subscribers by providing exclusive content and marketing tips on a monthly basis (and if that’s of interest to you, be sure to sign up in the sidebar on the right!).

We like this sign-up page from Mention as it explains very clearly what to expect when you sign up to their newsletter:

Sign up form for the Mention newsletter

Once you’ve defined your value promise, plan the different tactics you want to use to get people to sign up. Maybe you’ll create a piece of gated content to act as a subscriber magnet on your site, like an ebook or case study.

The next big question: How easy is it for people to sign up?

Think about where all your opt-in buttons have been placed on your site. Are they clearly visible? Are they big enough to be easily clicked on a mobile device? Perhaps there are even more opportunities to promote sign-ups, such as through pop-ups and slide-ins.

4 Top Tips for List Building

  1. Always choose quality over quantity
  2. Never purchase lists
  3. Use a double opt-in process – i.e. when a new subscriber has to confirm their decision by clicking a link sent by email (this way you know the email address is valid and active)
  4. Clean the list regularly and remove unengaged subscribers as this can negatively impact your deliverability and spam score

Further reading: How to Optimize Your Email List Building for Engagement and Conversions

7. Segment your contact list

Segmentation is the process of dividing your contact list into groups (or segments) according to interests, behavior, demographics, or other characteristics. This way you can send tailored marketing messages that match the needs of each segment.

Segmenting your contact list is something we highly recommend you do. Sending out a mass ‘one size fits all’ campaign is simply never going to have the same impact as one that addresses specific needs or situations.

Segmented campaigns have been proven to yield a 14.31% higher open rate and garner over 100% more clicks. Thus it’s confirmed: the more relevant the content, the more likely your contacts are to engage with the email.

Examples of ways to segment your contact list

  • Demographics (gender preference, country, language, age)
  • Source of acquisition
  • Level of engagement
  • Purchasing habits/history
  • Lead score
  • Stage of buyer lifecycle

The direct benefits of segmentation include stronger customer relationships, increased deliverability thanks to high engagement, and the ability to identify segments with the highest revenue potential.

We advise that you gather segmentation data from the very beginning by asking subscribers to state their content preferences on the subscriber form.

If it’s too late for that, you can always ask your contacts directly by sending a user-friendly preferences form by email, just like Noelia from Sendinblue:

Example of email requesting content preferences

Automate your segmentation processes

To make your segmentation a whole lot faster and efficient, update your contact segments automatically with marketing automation software.

You can easily set up a marketing automation workflow that automatically adds contacts to specific lists once they fulfill predefined conditions. For example, adding a contact to a ‘most loyal customers’ list once they’ve made a certain number of repeat purchases from your site.

This is one of the reasons to keep the marketing automation feature in mind when choosing an email marketing services provider.

For everything you need to know about list segmentation, read our detailed guide here.

8. Design mobile-friendly email templates to be used over and over again

Having a folder of marketing email templates at the ready is going to save time and help you stay consistent. All you’ll have to do each time is to select the template and insert the content.

You know what type of emails your going to send, now it’s time to design them. Sendinblue makes this process easy by giving you access to customizable email templates and our drag & drop email editor.

Ideally, you want to choose a design that’s engaging, on brand, and memorable. The branding of your emails is what’s going to help them stand out.

It goes without saying that your logo, fonts, colours, and images should all be matching those of your brand. Try to implement the same style and layout in your emails as in your web content.

The more consistent your branding, the easier it will be for subscribers to recognize you. Find a full list of tips in this newsletter branding ideas article.

There are some other important elements to be considered when designing your marketing emails:

  • Mobile optimization and responsive design: Your emails should look good and work properly on ALL devices.
  • Button position and size: Make sure they’re eye-catching and large enough to be easily clicked on a mobile device.
  • Unsubscribe link: Alway gives your contact the option to opt-out of your emails.

For inspiration on email layouts and branding, take a look at these email marketing examples. 

9. Create a content plan and start writing the email copy

You gathered some content ideas in Step 4, now it’s time to finalize your content plan.

If you’re segmenting your contact list (which you definitely should), define how you want to target each segment in terms of messaging and content. The same goes for leads passing through the buyer funnel: plan the content you’ll use for lead-nurturing.

A few questions to consider: What type of content will satisfy your contacts’ needs? How will it drive conversions? What calls-to-action will you use?

You may have certain emails that can be entirely prepared in advance. These are typically the ones for which the message remains unchanged over time such as automated or transactional emails. Get these finalized and ready for deployment as quickly as possible. It’ll save a lot of time in the long run.

Writing the email copy

There are several elements to email copy. Each one should be crafted carefully to achieve maximum impact.

Here’s what you need to take into account when writing email copy:

  • The ‘From’ name: Using the name of an actual person from your company is going to generate higher engagement. The ‘no-reply’ email should be avoided at all costs.
  • CTAs: Write the CTA before any other part of the email so that you have a clear purpose and end-goal. It has to be compelling so think carefully about its wording.
  • Subject line: extremely important as it’s what motivates the recipient to open your email. It needs to be catchy and grab the reader’s attention. Personalization also works well here. For pointers check out these subject line writing tips. 
  • Preview text: The little piece of text in the inbox that tells you what the email is about. Use it to evoke the reader’s curiosity.
  • Headline: Should include important words and tell you what the email is about.
  • Main email body: Keep it short and ensure the main ideas are clearly presented, following a logical structure.

Top tips for writing effective emails:

  • Personalize the email content for individual contacts: This works in conjunction with an email segmentation strategy. For example, adding a recommended products section that makes product suggestions based on the customer’s purchase history.
  • Write for your audience: Address your audience’s pain points and specific needs.
  • Write for the web: Make sure the text is scannable. Avoid too many words, keep sentences short, and use paragraphs or bullet points where appropriate.

For more tips, we suggest reading either this Sendinblue article on copywriting techniques or this email writing guide from Optinmonster.

10. Establish the best send times and create a sending schedule

Define the best sending frequency for your audience, whether it’s weekly, monthly, or quarterly.

Once you promise a certain frequency, be sure to commit to this schedule. Otherwise, you risk losing trust in your brand.

Keep track of which particular day and time of day your emails get the most engagement and use this for future campaigns.

If you’re using Sendinblue, you can plan for your emails to be automatically sent at the best time based on previous analytics.

Essential reading: Best Time to Send an Email: User Data Study by Industry

11. Set up KPIs and track results

Set yourself targets that are going to help you achieve your email marketing goals.

The following is a list of what we consider to be the essential email metrics you should be tracking:

  • Bounce rate: The percentage of emails that failed to be delivered to the recipients’ inbox. This could be due to a permanent error such as an invalid address or a temporary error such as an email server being down.
  • Open rate: The percentage of subscribers that opened your email.
  • Click rate: The ratio of users who click on the links in the email to the number of emails sent.
  • Click-to-open rate: This takes a look at the rate at which people who already opened your email end up clicking through. 
  • Unsubscribe rate: The percentage of subscribers opting out of your marketing emails. You should investigate any sudden increases to see what went wrong.
  • Spam complaint rate: The percentage of subscribers who report your email as spam.
  • Conversion rate: The percentage of subscribers who follow your CTA and accomplish the specific goal you had intended for them.

A good email marketing tool will provide these metrics in a comprehensive analysis of your email marketing performance – yet another reason why you should invest in one.

In order to set realistic KPIs for your email marketing, it’s good to know the average open and click-through rates for your industry. Use these as a benchmark to compare your performance as time goes on.

Check out our email marketing benchmarks for 2019 for an insight into this year’s industry standards.

12. Carry out A/B testing to highlight areas for improvement

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A/B testing is a process which aims to improve your subscriber engagement and in turn, your email deliverability.

It gives the opportunity to improve your email marketing tactics through data-driven decisions.

The idea is that you divide a subscriber list into two groups – A and B. Both groups will receive the same overall message but the difference will lie in the presentation. You may target each group with different subject lines, CTAs, layouts, graphics, etc., in a quest to find out what attracts the most engagement.

We recommend that you carry out regular A/B testing and get yourself into a rhythm of continuous optimization.

Learn more here about how A/B testing your email subject line can boost your open rates.

Drive your email marketing strategy with Sendinblue

The Sendinblue sales and marketing platform provides all the necessary features to successfully execute your email marketing strategy.

The platform covers everything from email design, list management, and reporting to more advanced features such as marketing automation, transactional emails, and CRM to name but a few. 

All of these features and more are available to use with the free version of Sendinblue which lets you send up to 9000 emails per month. Why not give it a test drive?

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We hope this email marketing strategy guide has put on track to scaling your business goals.

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Master the art of standing out: choosing and using the right HTML email template


The need for mastery

If emails are a significant piece of your business success equation, then it’s essential to get them right. Clean design and consistency complete with company branding are vital ingredients to putting your best foot forward, but what else is there?  You want a great design that captures the attention of your readers immediately to avoid being deleted and never seen at all.

Templates are helpful when it comes to the consistency of a winning design. You will always know that your readers receive a perfectly crafted email design each and every time that is both mobile and desktop friendly.

Common types of emails – and a template for each one

Let’s take the common ground and follow the natural process of an email subscriber, and the five templates a company would expect to need for this person:

Welcome email: When they enter their email to subscribe to the mailing list, they automatically receive an email thanking them for their subscription. This email introduces the company, brand, and any relevant specific website content. It should also provide a call-to-action to review their profile or adjust their email preferences.

Newsletter: This email is designed to inform your audience about your brand and current news about your products and services. The idea is to generate interest to make a purchase.

Promotions and announcements: These are designed to create conversions. This email is straight marketing in tone with a call to action of making that purchase before time runs out.

Order confirmation: When the customer makes an order, this email confirms their order and may serve as a receipt. In emails such as these, it is appropriate to suggest relevant products that the customer may also need to go along with their order.

Re-engagement: This email goes out to the inactive subscribers as a nudge to get them involved and back Into the sales cycle.

We just described was the activity of a typical mailing list cycle of action, but if you plan on using email transactions within your applications, they will be specific to the transaction at hand and will be either in addition to or an alternative to the standard emails listed for email list subscribers.

Customized or ready-made templates?

Many different email automation platforms have a library available of ready-made templates ready for you to plug in your information and send. These are great for new email marketers getting a feel for creating campaigns or sending quick emails without a considerable degree of attention. One quick google search, and you’ll notice pages and pages of free and inexpensive template designs, so there no yearning for variety when it comes to ready-made email templates.

The factor that the ready-made templates fall short is when it comes to exclusivity and customization. A custom made email template (such as one from MailBakery) creates an exclusive brand identity that helps your design stand out from the others.

There is so much thought to go into a customized template, so start with some design brainstorming and planning before you even engage someone to create the customized code. While some coders may require detailed specifications, others like MailBakery can take your conceptual description and get to work, creating a few selections to choose which one is most likely to engage your audience.

Expect several days, depending on your vendor’s workload to complete your template. You may even have a little back and forth until you get the winning design, so when embarking on coding a new template, it’s best not to have a time-sensitive email awaiting completion to be sent.

Design elements

Three things each email needs is a subject, body, call to action, and a sign-off. From there, you look to formatting and text alignment to make for easy reading and engage your audience.

Layout

The goal is for your reader to be able to scan through the content quickly, gain understanding, and be ready to act. Single column layout is optimal for viewing on mobile devices and avoiding clutter. Another favorite is the two-column layout, which often includes text on one side and an image on the other, with those elements alternating at every level guiding the reader’s eye.

Fonts

Choose a font that can read easily across all media, large and small. A customized MailBakery HTML template can implement your company’s chosen fonts if your branding standards contain those specifications.

Colors

Colors can either convey continuity of your branding or emit emotion from your readers. Background colors, button colors, and even hyperlinks all contribute to your brand’s personality. Most ready-made templates are able to customize specific colors of items. However some background colors may not be as malleable.  MailBakery’s customized template designs can overcome such challenges with design.

Images and visuals

Balancing words and images in an email encourages a reaction, and ideally a corresponding interaction. The last thing you want is for your message to get lost in a sea of words. Images enhance and validate your message to the reader.

Call to action (CTA) button

The goal of the CTA button is to guide your reader to a landing page or transaction as the next step in the sales cycle, and should never be skipped when designing an email.

Stick to branding guidelines

Whichever design elements you select for your template design, your brand guidelines continue a brand personality in your emails that also match your website content and beyond, creating a continuity. Branding guidelines make your email more identifiable and help to build trust in your brand.

If you find that ready-made templates are not accommodating your brand guidelines, MailBakery can work those ingredients into your customized template design.

HTML or Plain Text: why, oh why?

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If you find yourself wondering why on earth someone would want to send an email campaign as plain text when there are so many exciting, beautiful, and just plain impressive visuals to implement, the answer is simple – SPAM. Back in the ’90s, emails that were heavy in code were challenging for some email servers to handle, and they may be rendered undeliverable. Today, these HTML crafted emails may be recognized as “salesy” and marked as spam before they even reach their designated inbox. Even today, many email marketers make it a point to create a plain text version of their email to avoid that risk of landing in spam folders.

Reasons you may want to use plain text emails:

  • Bypass spam filters of some email clients
  • Some email clients don’t support HTML
  • Some people prefer reading plain text

These are not requirements, but something to keep in mind when it comes to knowing your audience. If you suspect you may have some recipients that fit this description, it may be worth having two versions of your email, and A/B test both the plain text and the custom HTML version

Don’t forget these elements

If you’re sending out email campaigns, there are rules about sending mass emails to avoid chances of being labeled as spam. Make sure that all designs you use for email campaigns have room for unsubscribe links, permission reminders, and your physical mailing address to keep you in the good graces of the email gods. They get bonus points is they have your social media access links and all of your information built in ahead of time.

Tell us your favorite flavors – we will bake it for you

When the ready-made templates fall flat, MailBakery can pick up and create the perfect template that complements your brand and makes your company’s emails stand out. If you don’t have a beautifully drawn-out design, don’t despair. Show us what elements you do like, and we will whip up a few choices for you. Your first coding with your design is free, so let’s get baking!



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9 Most Common Transactional Email Templates & Examples


In the competitive world of e-commerce, transactional emails play a crucial role in conducting a successful business. You may not necessarily find them the most important part of your email strategy, but they have the potential to make or break the future of your company.

Put simply, transactional emails are automated, real-time emails sent to the users once a specific action takes place on a website, app, or platform (also known as triggers).

In this post, we’re going to talk about the nine most commonly used transactional email templates.

Before delving deeper, let’s have a look at the key characteristics that make a successful transactional email.

  • Communicating a clear message with an option to manage preferences.
  • A clearly visible Call to Action (CTA) in case the reader wants to explore the transaction further.
  • Simplicity, by using just enough words to convey the message.

It’s quite normal to get confused between transactional emails and marketing emails. The key difference between these two is that transactional emails are meant to inform readers about non-promotional topics, whether that is a confirmation of an order or the payment of an invoice.

Another difference is that you don’t generally need a recipient’s permission to send transactional emails. But when it comes to sending marketing or promotional emails, it’s mandatory to seek permission.

So, now that you’ve obtained a clear idea of what transactional emails are and how they are used, let’s check out the nine most effective transactional email templates that can help you conduct better business.

Double opt-in email

Double opt-in emails are designed to add one additional step to the subscription process a reader goes through.

These emails typically require the reader to verify their email address, showing “above average” interest in order to become part of a mailing list.

Ideally, you should consider a double opt-in email as a sort of filter to help you maintain only the readers that show true interest in your content.

Here’s an example of a double opt-in email.

And here is a simple, yet effective template that you can use to make sure your new readers complete the subscription process.

Hey [name],

Thanks for signing up at [add company name]

To complete your registration, please confirm your email by clicking the following button:

[Add CTA]

Note: if you do NOT confirm your email by clicking the above button, you will NOT receive our emails. In order to ensure all of our emails end up in your inbox, you can whitelist our email address by adding it to your contact list.

Best regards,
[company name] team

Password reset email

Everyone will, at some point, forget their password – let’s face it. Password reset emails ensure that your (potential) customers regain access to your products and/or services.

Through this email, a user should be able to update their password and subsequently log back into their account.

Having a template for this type of transactional email is crucial for businesses that work with password-protected accounts. An important thing to note is that such emails should also inform the recipients about the timeframe after within which the password link will expire.

To give you a better idea here’s an example of a password reset email from Udemy.

If you are looking to structure your own Password Reset email, you can use the template provided below:

Hey [name]

The support team received your request to reset your password. Click the button below to get started.

[CTA]

If it doesn’t work, you can copy and paste the following link in your browser:

[Add URL]

Regards,
[company name] team

Order confirmation email

Order confirmation emails are hands down the most valuable and important transactional emails for any business. They do not only come with the highest open rate but people also read through them more carefully.

And this makes perfect sense because an order confirmation email provides the reader with the reassurance that their order has been placed successfully. Such emails also help customers to double-check whether they ordered the correct product and if the delivery address is correct.

Additionally, for e-commerce businesses, these emails are a great opportunity to start cross-promoting products. 

Here’s how a great order confirmation email should look like.

If you run your own e-commerce business or offer a service online, you can use this order confirmation email template and adjust it according to your needs.

Hello [Customer name],

Thank you for placing an order on [Company name]. We’re glad to inform you that we’ve received your order and will process it very soon.

Here are some other [product name] you might find interesting

-[Add product 1]
-[Add product 2]
-[Add product 3]

Thank you again for choosing [company name] for your purchase.

Best regards,
Team [company name]

Shipping notification email

Once you’ve made a sale, your job is just half-done. The next part that you’ll need to nail is the delivery experience. A shipping notification email should be sent to the customer as soon as the ordered product is sent.

Here, it’s important to remember that, what makes an ideal shipping notification email complete is three major parts:

  • The announcement that the product has successfully shipped
  • The details of the order
  • If not sent with the order confirmation email, add tracking details

While the first part of such transactional email templates caters to the sole purpose of the email, the other parts help customers stay informed and updated about their purchase. Once you’ve covered the basics, you can always get creative and try additional methods like offering discounts, vouchers, etc. to drive more sales.

Check out this example of an effective shipping notification email from Chewy.

With this easily customizable shipping notification email template, you’ll be able to make sure that your customers get the right information about the shipping of their purchases.

Hello [name],

Great news! Your order is on its way.

This email is to notify you that your order [order number] has successfully shipped. You can click on the button below to track your shipment.

[CTA]

Here are the details of your order:

[order details]

Best regards,
Team [company name]

Delivery confirmation email

This type of email informs customers that their shipment has reached its destination. This is especially useful if a buyer wants a product to be shipped to a third party (e.g. on birthdays or celebrations), as this type of confirmation email offers peace of mind, knowing that the product has been delivered (or is about to be delivered) to its recipient.

Here’s a good example of a delivery confirmation email from Aliexpress.

You can use this template to craft delivery confirmation emails.

Dear [name],

Your package has been delivered to [address or country] at [add time].

Thanks again for choosing us for your purchase. If you have any questions or comments on your product, use the button below to contact our support team.

[CTA]

Best regards,
Team [company name]

Invoice email

Among all sorts of transactional email templates, this is the one that you need to use most often if you are a service provider.

Depending on the way you configure the invoices and their delivery schedules, these emails can be automated and sent in a given timeframe.

When looking at the contents of such emails, they should appear with basic details of the amount to be paid, invoice number and preferably some company information.

As a CTA, you could add a button leading to the payment. If you are a smaller company, or maybe a freelancer, you can also replace the button with a link.

Here’s how an invoice email from a smaller company could look like.

Here’s a template that you can use to send these types of emails.

Hello [name],

Here is invoice [invoice number] for USD [enter amount].

The amount to be paid is due on [date].

View your bill online: [Enter URL]

[Add additional info: From your online bill you can print a PDF, export a CSV, or create a free login and view your outstanding bills.]

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Thanks,
[Company name]

Legal update email

Legal emails may not be the most exciting, but there are some you will likely have to send, especially when it comes to updates on your privacy policy and terms of service.

What makes these emails important is that, through sending them, you remain in a position to protect yourself legally.

And while legal update emails often contain pretty boring content, you can make them interesting to the recipients by incorporating some changes in the design or by adjusting the template you decide to use.

Here, things like mentioning the purpose of your email in the subject line and/or incorporating a personalized introduction, may give a different “color” to your email.

Another good idea is to summarize important information in the body of the email (we also illustrate this in the example below). Doing so will help your readers save time, allowing them to skip the long and complex terminology used to explain your legal updates.

Since the end goal of a legal email is to ensure that your subscribers are informed about the updates, it may be best to display the necessary information in as few words as possible, in the body of the email.

It’s important to remember that these types of transactional email templates shouldn’t contain any additional, irrelevant content anywhere.

Additionally, with legal emails, try to stay away from using navigation menus, and definitely avoid upselling, or anything marketing-related. Have a look at the given example.

And here is a somewhat formal legal email sample you can use for your business.

Dear [Customer name],

This email is to notify you that we’ve made some changes to our [add the legal mention you will talk about, e.g. Privacy and Terms of Use] policies. In short, the changes are reflected in the following.

· [Add point 1, e.g. Greater transparency about how we use your information.]

· [Add point 2, e.g. Additional details about our use of cookies to make sure your experience of using our website is more effective and convenient.]

If you wish to read all the changes, click here[add hyperlink].

Kind regards,
[company name]

Trial expiration email

This email belongs to the kind of transactional emails that are very useful for companies dealing with a software product or service (SaaS).

Depending on the structure and length of the trial period you are offering to potential customers, you may want to send one or more trial expiration emails, as the end date approaches. This is a great way to ensure that no problem arises due to service interruption, in case they want to continue using your product.

Why more than one email? Well, it’s simple. Factors like vacations, traveling, and weekends affect the timing of a service’s trial expiration. Hence, it’s important to provide users with an adequate amount of time before the expiration date, much like the example below.

Here’s a simple template for crafting trial expiring emails. 

Hello [name],

Thank you for using [product name]. We hope you got the most out of it in the last [amount of trial days].

This email is to inform you that your free trial is ending tomorrow.

If you gained value from [product], consider upgrading your account to receive its full functionalities. To do so, follow these steps:

[outline the steps to become a paid customer]

If you’ve any feedback or questions, you can reply to us in this email.

Best regards,
Team [company name]

Order cancellation email

At the unfortunate happening of order cancelations, a professional email reassures the customer that no further action is needed on their part.

Aside from the formalities of such a transactional email, this helps the customer let go of any stressors related to the event, effectively leaving a window of opportunity for future purchases.  

Here is a great example of an order cancelation email, coming from RESY restaurant.

And if you’d like to send your own cancelation email (we hope you don’t), here is a handy template.

Hello [name],

We have received your cancelation request for [add a sentence with the product or service]

We are sending this email to let you know that we have canceled your order/reservation.

There will be no need for any further action from your end.

If you have any further questions, please reply to this email.

Wishing you all the best,
Team [company]

Parting thoughts

Transactional emails are an inherent part of any successful email communication strategy. In this article we took a look at some of the most common transactional emails, giving you examples and templates to refer to. 

Follow these tips to craft good looking, professional transactional email templates, and you are one step closer to email automation.





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In today’s modern world, much of our conversation happens through the medium of email. Whether it is for marketing purposes or for personal use, utilizing email’s power has proven to work better and be more efficient than other communication channels for a multitude of reasons.

Today, we’d like to center our focus around announcement email templates, the sort of which you will often see within the context of business.

What we love about announcement emails is that they are directly related to marketing, but they are also used for internal, company-related matters, such as the promotion or the resignation of an employee.

For that reason, we decided to create an article where you can find templates for all the different types of announcement emails you may need to use. So, let’s get started!

New Business announcement emails

Announcement emails that have the purpose of introducing a new business, allow a company to reach out to an existing customer base instantly, instead of relying on other media sources, such as TV advertisements or printed media. 

The prior connection a brand has built with its existing subscriber base can act as an “unfair advantage”, effectively setting them apart from their competition. Keep in mind that business launch emails can be mainly used by two types of businesses:

  1. (Personal) brands that have built a reputation and are now releasing their own store/service/product, or…
  2. Existing businesses that have built a customer base and are now opening a new franchise store in a different area.

In this example, we will be using the second (2) case as an example for our templates, since the first is very similar, and better covered, with “product launch announcement emails” (discussed below).

Example of a business announcement email

In this example, you can see how effectively ELOQUII is announcing their new store’s location. As you can see, they start by mentioning the area of the new location and follow-up by showing an image that helps their fans refresh their memory regarding all the store locations. 

After the announcement of the new store, they make an irresistible offer (free appointment) and add a very strong and visible CTA (Book now).

Of course, you don’t have to be a graphic design expert to get ahold of this one. Mailigen offers a bunch of different templates that you can use to announce your new store location. 

New business announcement email template

Whether you want to make your email stylish in design or keep things simple (text only), the following template can act as a great sample that you can adjust to your needs.

Dear [name],

We are excited to announce that, due to our remarkable growth over the last [enter number] of years, we are expanding!

In fact, we are opening a new store in [enter location and specifics].

We invite you to celebrate with us during the big opening day on [enter date]. There will be many exciting surprises, including irresistible discounts.

[Add specific CTA depending on your specific offer, in this example -] If you want to make use of your opening day discount, please click on the button below so we can send you the discount code.

See you there.

Team [name of your brand]

Product launch announcement templates

A product launch announcement email is sent with the purpose of announcing the launch of a new product, new feature, new release, or an upcoming event related to a product.

As discussed above, it is a great way for (personal) brands to expose their new product or service to their already existing subscriber database, effectively increasing the traffic to their new store.

In general, there are three main categories in which product launch emails are used. These are emails sent for product launches (such as a new clothing line), software product launches (such as a new SaaS business) or a feature release (an updated version for an intangible product, such as an ebook or software).

New product announcement email example

It is obviously very difficult to give an example that everyone can identify with when it comes to product releases. After all, depending on the type and niche of the product, one email may look vastly different than another. 

In this case, we chose to illustrate an example that represents exactly what a personal brand’s email should look like.

The author of the book is a well-known researcher and nutritionist that has published several books in the past, having amassed a large number of subscribers for his newsletter.

As such, there is no need for exciting intros or overly marketed offers. In this case, the introduction is laid out with more words than you would expect the typical email to have, explaining that the product is a result of prior engagement with his subscribers. 

What is impressive here, is that he touches upon the readers’ emotions by donating part of his profits to a charitable organization that speaks to his audience, before moving to the blue-colored CTA.

New product release email template

Above, we gave an example that was simpler than what you might be used to seeing from big brands, especially in its design. If you rather use a more stylish approach, you can always choose from all the templates available in Mailigen. 

Remember, not one template can be given for product launch announcement email, so this one may need more adjustments than all the rest. That being said, here is a simple template you can use for your next product launch email.

Dear [name]

The new [product name] is finally here!

What makes the [product name] different is [give an introduction to the product and why people may want to buy it]

You can order your [product name] directly from our webstore or find it on Amazon.

[Only add offer if needed] The first 100 people that make an order will receive free shipping.

[Add CTA button]

New software release announcement email

When it comes to software release announcement emails, the first thing that may come to mind is the release of a new app to an already existing subscriber base. For example, if you are a fitness influencer, you might be thinking about releasing your own fitness application, to help your customers train better and scale your business.

In this case, this email is the one you need to be looking at. Below, we will give an example of Greetings, an existing company that released its own application.

Example of New software release announcement email

The email starts by instantly letting the reader know what it’s all about – A new application. What follows is a quick intro to the product.

The design of the email, in this specific case, is important, as it gives an insight into what kind of visuals the readers could use for their greeting cards.

Another thing we like in this example is that the company is very specific about the product features and the way it works.

Finally, one can observe that the company hosts two different CTAs, namely “Download Greetings for iPhone” and “Last Button for Holiday Cards.” Companies often follow such a method to test which CTA will receive more clicks and adjust accordingly.

New software release email template

As with the previous template, it is very difficult to offer one template that works for all occasions. You can use the following sample as a foundation that you will build and adjust depending on your product.

Hey [name],

We are excited to announce the release of our new app, [name of app].

[1-liner introduction about your app and its function]

In the last few months, we have been tirelessly working to improve our product/service and we believe that [name of app] will help you enjoy your experience with [company name] even more.

So what is [name of app] all about?

[explain the purpose of your app with visuals and in further depth, focusing on the features].

You can download our app directly from the App Store and Google play

[add CTA button to download the App]

New feature release announcement emails

The release of a new feature can be a reason for an exciting announcement email. From software companies (SaaS) all the way to gaming companies, improving your offer in any sort of way calls for communication with your fans and/or users.

Example for New Feature Release Announcement email

We chose this feature release email template from Carbonmade, not for its beautiful design, but rather for the simple message it conveys to its readers.

Although the email only presents two areas with text, the fusion of the available space with text and visuals is used in a great way. As such, the users understand the new features thanks to the company’s informal and somewhat “laid back” tone of voice.

Feature release announcement email template

When it comes to a new feature release, the way of structuring your email will highly depend on your company’s tone of voice. A very big company, such as Microsoft, will not announce their updated version of Windows the same way a smaller company will introduce an update to its software. 

In this case, and to stay in line with the example provided, we will focus on smaller-scale businesses, using a friendly and relaxed tone of voice. You can, of course, adjust this template to your personal needs and add visuals or further explanation if needed. In this one, we kept things relatively simple.

Hey [name]

Our new, updated version of [product] is finally live!

We made sure to [give a short intro about what makes the updated version different]. 

Ready to download the updated version?

Click on the button below to get started!

[Add CTA]

Pre-Order Announcement email

Pre-order announcement emails are usually sent before the official launch of a product, to create more buzz and gain an initial idea of the orders they will need to fulfill Most of the times, Pre-order emails have the sole purpose of sending the reader to an external landing page where, before placing an order he will have the opportunity to read more upon the product he is interested in.

Example of a Pre-order announcement email

Apple needs no introduction. This is also probably why this email is barely 20 words in length. When structuring your own pre-order email, and considering your business is not on the level of Apple, you may want to add a little more words than Apple does in this, beautifully designed, email. 

As you can see, the example above has two calls to action, with the main focus on the “Pre-order” button. Users can learn more about the product by clicking on the second call to action right beneath: “Learn more”.

Template of a Pre-order announcement email

Are you searching for a template you could use to create your own pre-order announcement? Then use the following template:

Hey [name],

The big day has finally come! We just finished [the product, e.g. finished writing our latest book, and waiting for the editor to go through it].

Before we release the book on [your website] and Amazon, we’d like to reward all our loyal supporters by allowing you to pre-order the book, before anyone else.

[add an element of scarcity, e.g. There will be only 2000 books printed in this printing round, so be fast!]

[Add CTA, e.g. Pre-Order now]

Finally, when it comes to product announcement emails, remember that the three examples above can also be used, with some slight edits depending on the situation, to inform readers about Event or webinar announcements and spot reservations for future sales.

Promotion announcement email

Oftentimes, within a company’s environment, it may be challenging to communicate changes with all employees on the spot. This can be due to the size of the company, or even the company’s policies. As such, oftentimes companies will share important information with their employees through email.

One of these cases is a promotion announcement email, which employees may receive during certain periods of transition. Usually, these types of emails are more formal and, as such, it may be a good idea to make use of a pre-existing template and adjust it to your needs.

Example of a promotion email announcement

As you can see, the email is written in a rather formal way, making it much easier to use and adjust a template for such occasion. The author starts by addressing the totality of the staff, making the announcement in the first paragraph, so that everyone is aware of what it is they are reading.

In the remaining paragraphs, the author compliments the individual that got the promotion, informing the rest of the staff of his achievements and giving a small glimpse into what it takes to get a promotion within the company.

Template of promotion email template announcement

You can use the following template for a promotion announcement.

Dear fellow staff,

I am pleased to announce to all of you that [name] has been promoted to [new role within the company].

[name] has worked here at [company’s name] for [length of time], and was instrumental in [address some important work and/or achievement]. Aside from spending long hours in the office and taking on additional tasks, [name] showed his team spirit by simultaneously helping others improve their work output. We are happy to reward that kind of hard work and dedication.

Please join me in congratulating [name] on this exciting news.

Best regards,
[supervisor name]
[company name]

Open position announcement

Emails sent out internally, within a company, to announce a new position that is up for grabs, is often referred to as an Open Position Announcement email. If you are a business owner or simply responsible for the task of filling the open position, then this is the email you need to send. Here is how such an email looks like

Example of open position announcement email

As most companies choose to keep such emails in their internal servers only, it proved difficult to discover impressive examples that we could show you. As such, we created an example ourselves:

Dear all,

If you have been following the developments within our company, you probably came across our latest job opening. For those of you that are not aware, we are currently hiring an HR manager. This announcement will, on a later date be shared with external sources as well, but we would like to get some eligible candidates from within our company.

If you’d like to get more information on the specific role and get a full description of what our ideal candidate looks like, please click here. If this job role interests you, feel free to send us your CV and give a brief explanation as to why you are the perfect person for this role, by replying to this email.

If you have more questions, feel free to ask Suzan M., who is available in her office from 9.00-11.00.

Kind regards,
Maria Sharena

As you can see from the example above, Maria chooses to introduce the role within the company before posting it to external websites. Her goal is to see at least some people within the company reply to the email, sending their CV. She keeps the email short and adds a link to further information the candidates may need. It is a simple and comprehensive way to get her point across.

Template of open position announcement email

And if you are looking for a template that you can use to announce a new, open vacancy within your company, you can use the following example as a foundation.

Dear all,

I have some exciting news for all of you. As of today, there is a vacancy for our role in our [Department] More specifically, we are looking for a new [add job title]. Even though eventually, we plan to publish this job opening to external channels as well, we strongly recommend any current employee who is interested in this role to apply.

Our new [Job_title] will work together with the [e.g. Product Marketing] team and hold main responsibilities related to [mention two or three main duties e.g. Social media marketing]

If you’d like to be considered for this role, you [add requirements, e.g. have expertise in SEO, Google ads and Social media marketing.]

Click here [add CTA linked to the add] for a full job description.

To apply for this role, reply to this email by [date] with your resume and give a short explanation as to why you’re interested in this position.

If you have any questions regarding this position, feel free to contact our HR team [add contact details].

Best regards,
[Your name]
[Company name]

New employee announcement

It is quite common, within large companies, to introduce new employees by sending out an internal email to all existing staff. Especially when the role this person undertakes is higher in the hierarchy of the company, it is a good idea to use this strategy so that everyone within the company has a good understanding of the person who will be joining the company. Here is an example of what such an email looks like:

Example of new employee announcement email

Catherine introduces Ann to all the staff of Mediquick, mentioning she will be the new addition to the customer service team. As you may be able to tell, Ann does not have a high position in the hierarchy of the company. Nonetheless, it is a great way to make everyone aware of Ann, who will now most likely receive a heartfelt welcome. 

The sender of the email makes sure to mention that, for everyone who is directly involved and/or has to communicate with Ann on a regular basis, there is an appointed person to help out. 

Finally, she shares some personal information to make others find points of common interest and stimulate feelings of socialization to make the new addition feel more welcome in the work environment.

Template of new employee announcement email

Below is a generic template you can use to introduce a new employee to the rest of the staff. Of course, feel free to adjust according to your needs.

Dear staff,

We are pleased to announce that we found the best candidate for our long-lasting open position [enter job position]. We decided to bring [name] to the team as his/her knowledge matches and exceeds the requirements for the role.

[name] has worked in [give a short description of previous roles and responsibilities].

During his/her first month, [name] will be assisting our new hire to learn more about his/her responsibilities, the company culture and the expectations within the company.

We hope and assume you will make the first step and introduce yourself to our new [job role], helping him/her adjust to the pleasant atmosphere of our company as quickly as possible.

Best regards,
[name]
[company name]





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7 Smart Ways To Repurpose Your Content


When it comes to running a business, content is crucial. From blogs to ebooks to videos, sharing content is one of the easiest ways to connect and build relationships with customers and prospective customers.

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We all know that content is king. 

The problem? Creating excellent content is time-consuming. Most of us don’t have two to five hours a day dedicated to creating really useful, engaging content. 

So, what is the solution? Create mediocre content? Create less content?

Make the most of what you have already created by repurposing content. 

Repurposing content is one of our top content marketing tips we’re excited to share with you. 

We’re going to cover seven ways to take those tasty bits of content you already have and turn them into a gourmet meal. 

Ready? 

Turn a Listicle into a Multiple Posts 

Everyone loves a good list. That’s what keeps sites like Buzzfeed and Cracked in business, after all. 

Instead of letting that list article languish, breath new life into it breaking down each list item into its own longer post.  Got a list of the ten best video editing apps? Create ten new posts that dive deep into each app, including pros and cons and top features. Who would the app be best for? Does the cost justify the features? Are there any little-known tricks you can share?

The goal with repurposing is not to just slap some content up and call it a day. You still need to provide real value. 

Once you’ve created each in-depth guide, make sure to link back to the original list post. Cross-linking sends a little signal to Google that your content is useful and can keep readers on your site a bit longer. 

Turn a Blog Post into a Video 

All it takes is a scroll through your Facebook business page to figure out that video is kind of a big deal. If you haven’t jumped on the online video bandwagon, now is the time. 

Consider this: Youtube, the most popular video streaming platform, gets an average of 1 billion monthly visitors. 

Most popular video streaming platforms graph

For a bit of perspective, if you had a billion dollars and spent $1,000 each day, you wouldn’t run out of money for 2,740 years.

Suffice it to say, video is a big deal–and it is one of the easiest types of content for most creators to make. You don’t need a huge budget or to sit down and write a full script. 

Sure, you can spend thousands of dollars on the latest gear— or you could record using an iPhone or a newer digital camera and use a video editing app to create a killer video. 

Believe me when I say it doesn’t have to be difficult to create and repurpose epic content. 
Take this example blog post from GetVOIP, comparing the top 9 free IVR software choices:

This would be ideal content to repurpose into video format with an in-depth review on the aforementioned IVR platforms.

Here are a few other ideas for repurposing content for a video: 

  • Record a how-to video detailing a specific strategy 
  • Host a Facebook or Instagram live and answer audience questions about a recent post
  • Record an interview with a person quoted in a recent blog post 
  • Take a topic from a listicle article and dive deeper 

And, just like you did with the list articles, make sure to cross-link related posts so people interested in similar content can find more of the content they dig! 

Create a Long-Form Guide (Fast)  

If you are an expert in your field, there is a darn good chance you have a wide breadth of knowledge about your industry. 

And, if you are an avid content creator, you have likely already written about many of those topics. 

Instead of breaking long posts down, what if you put shorter posts together?

Another strategy to make the most out of your content is to repurpose multiple blog posts into an ultimate guide that covers many different related topics.

If you’ve covered a wide range of topics, this is an ideal way to educate your audience and establish that you know what you are talking about. 

Long-form guides can be really versatile, too. They can be lead magnets, an ebook, or posted in your resources section. 

Unsure of what type of content to provide in your long-form guide? Try providing the exact information your target market is searching for online. 

A quick tip: Don’t just slap the same content into one guide and call it good. You need to take the time to rework and polish these pieces. However, the time commitment will be much, much lower than creating this guide from scratch. 

Turn Blog Content into Product Page Content

Product pages are often very thin with content, making them nearly impossible to rank. 

But product pages don’t have to be just products. In fact, they shouldn’t be if you want to rank or organic searches. 

Your product pages need context, keywords, and information just like any other page on your site. 

To combat this, turn any about us or informative site content into product page content. Case in point, Gaia Herbs does exactly that, adding content to the bottom of their category pages to increase page authority and quality: 

Turn Testimonials Into Videos 

We already talked about how popular videos are, but I want to cover another way to put the power of video to work for your brand. 

How about combining the power of videos with the selling power of testimonials? 

The last time you were looking for a new kitchen gadget to buy, how did you decide which model to purchase? There’s a good chance you read reviews or asked friends for recommendations.  

Here’s the thing: 72% of people say reading reviews makes them trust a business more. And 88% of customers say they trust online reviews as much as in-person recommendations. 

So, how can you get more mileage out of reviews? 

One way is to turn testimonials into videos for your landing page to increase sales. Bigcommerce found that using customer testimonials generate 62% more income from every customer, every visit. 

Take a look at what Housecall Pro did. 

They had real customers explain why they chose Housecall Pros software and how it helped them connect with their customers in their own words. This format is powerful because it gives prospective customers, who are in the home service business, examples of how and why they should work with Housecall Pros. 

Customers can relate to the people in the videos, and it shows the software company understands the unique challenges home service businesses face. 

If getting customers to record video testimonials isn’t possible, consider creating an animated version using a video editing template, like this one from Biteable. 

Create a Podcast from a Blog (or vice versa) 

If you’ve been relying mostly on written content, you might be missing out on traffic from people who prefer to listen to content over reading it. 

Podcasts have increased in popularity over the last few years, in fact, more than half the US population has reported listening to podcasts. 

Source

As of March 2018, Apple reported more than 500 billion podcast episodes were downloaded from their platform alone. 

Why are podcasts so popular? There are several reasons— you can listen to a podcast while completing another task, such as driving or cooking dinner.

But, people also absorb knowledge in different ways. For some people, listening is a more effective way for them to learn. 

Creating your own podcast is pretty simple, and you can likely do it for free using equipment you already have. Or, you can invest under $100 for a basic setup.

Not sure what to talk about? 

Turn a blog post into a podcast by first starting a blog and then using your blog posts as talking points on your show. Your could also cover recent industry news, or share a case study. 

Alternatively, if you already have a podcast, have your podcast transcribed and edited to turn it into a blog post. Many marketing podcasts follow this exact strategy — taking their interviews with experts and turning them into SEO-optimized blog content.

Sites like Rev.com charge just $1 per minute to transcribe, so you don’t have to do the work yourself if time is limited!  

Turn Social Media Questions into a Blog Post 

If you have heavy social traffic, there is a good chance you (or your team) has spent tons of time answering customer questions online. Instead of letting that good content go to waste, consider compiling your answers in one blog post. 

This is especially powerful when people ask the same questions over and over.  

For example, LUS, a hair care product for people with curly hair, gets tons of questions on their Facebook posts. 

Many customers ask the same or similar questions, such as “Which product should I get?” and “What are the different curl types?” 

The answers to those questions could be turned into a post, for example, “10 Questions About Curly Hair Answered!” 

The brand has answered those questions several times, so all they have to do is paste them all together and edit! 

Alternatively, you could turn to sites like Quora to find questions people are asking about your industry, then turn your answers into a blog post, a podcast, or video. 

For example, I searched “best landing pages” on Quora, and got a list of questions people asked related to building landing pages.

It might take a bit of sorting to find high-quality questions, but those could then be used to create a listicle or any other type of content. 

Get The Most Out of Your Content 

Creating dramatically useful content doesn’t have to take up hours every week. When you already have a full arsenal of really awesome content at your fingertips, a bit of reworking is all it takes to get the most out of your content marketing. 

Added Bonus: Use the content for your email marketing

Don’t forget that with all of the above hacks to repurpose your content, you can easily incorporate them into your email marketing campaigns and newsletters to ensure your content gets seen by your audience.

Start sharing your recent blogs, vlogs, and podcasts with your email list to drive more traffic and get your content in front of those who love it most. 

By creating your free Sendinblue account you’ll have access to an email editor and a range of templates to help you format your repurposed content in the best way possible.

Plus, not to mention, tying your content into your email marketing also helps with mobile attribution and tracking how you obtain leads or customers.  

What is your most popular piece of content? How could you rework that content so you can reach and help more people?

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