7 Ways to Run an Unsuccessful Mobile Email Campaign

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  1. says

    Hi Danny, It’s a good work. But i don’t believe 4 of 5 users leave when it’s not mobile friendly. It’s not easy to browse as pc. And Google adjusts web site to mobile style. And it’s important to mention e-mails. I don’t know why phones are still important when there is internet!

  2. says

    These are excellent tips. When I receive a marketing message that is improperly scaled, I immediately exit it. I also don’t like to hunt and peck for the call to action. The messages should be short, sweet and to-the-point!

  3. says

    I agree that not paying attention to when you send is crucial for the conversions of any mobile campaign. One cannot deny that some people are more active at certain times than others.