10 important future aspects of e-mail marketing

By: KG Manjunatha, Chairman and CEO , Kenscio Digital

In a survey conducted by Kenscio, marketers’ second highest priority as a reliable marketing tool went to Email Marketing (59%), and preceded by Social Media (76%). Interestingly, Social Media Marketing has achieved overwhelming response globally within just a couple of years in contrast to more than two decades of existence since email technology was developed in early 90s. Social Media Marketing in the last couple of years has grown like no other, easily drawing the lion’s share of every marketing campaign; such has been its impact in so less time. However, it’s not that Email Marketing is lagging behind. As a matter of fact, ‘Email’ has become an integral part of day-to-day life and is too common to talk about.

The evolution of Email Marketing is slow but it’s steady so far. But with increasing competition at a time when an active subscriber is bombarded with thousands of promotional emails in a month, the future of email marketing in terms of its usability and deliverability will depend on several aspects of its logical and technological architecture. A few important aspects demonstrate what will shape the future of email marketing.

1)Personalization: Personalization imparts a sense of purpose and warmth to Email Communications. A well personalized Email responds to subscribers based on individual behavioral attributes. The gist of ‘one-to-one communication’ in Email marketing actually lies in successful implementation of personalization tactics in emails.

2) Dynamic Content: Based on individual subscribers, email messages can be variant. This variation can be used to create dynamic content to target subscribers based on their online behaviors, past purchase behavior, email open behavior etc. Innovative approach to create dynamic content in emails can provide marketers tremendous business value in terms of reaching out right customers with right offers.

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