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Opt-in and opt-out for emails: what do you need to know?
Do you need an opt-in or opt-out from customers? And what kind of content are you allowed to email to them? In this article we will explain when you need an opt-in/opt-out, whether you have a customer relationship or not. We’ll also explain how you can email B2B contacts in a way that is GDPR-proof.
Email marketing in times of crisis: the 8 most frequently asked questions
In times of crisis, your customers need trust, security, certainty and positivity. Take off your marketing hat if necessary and don’t take advantage of the situation, because then you are missing the point. Our experts compiled the most frequently asked questions.
Mailchimp alternative required? Webpower vs Mailchimp
Many (starting) entrepreneurs choose Mailchimp when they start with email marketing automation. It may be an obvious solution, but not always a fitting one, especially when you want to develop your email marketing automation further. What are the advantages of Webpower compared to Mailchimp?
Email marketing or social media, which channel is better?
Email marketing or social media, which one is best used for online marketing? When it comes to bonding and converting prospects and customers, email has the advantage. Social media, however, is better for reaching a new target group. In this blog item you can read how and why both channels reinforce each other.
Buying the best marketing automation tool in six steps
What is the best marketing automation tool you can buy? The one that best suits your organisation depends on a number of different factors. This may make it difficult for you to choose the right software. The following tips will help you find the best marketing automation tool for your organisation in six steps.
Deploying an email campaign? 4 examples for increasing conversion
An email address provides you with an important digital ID of people, but e-mail marketing gives you much more than this. You can only really increase the conversion and involvement as well as save time (the top three reasons why our customers use marketing automation) once you are able to automatically carry out a relevant dialogue.
Email marketing trends 2020: automation reaching maturity
I don’t think there will be new trends per se in 2020. Rather, I see trends reaching maturity. There are some interesting things on the horizon. Due to the smart developments in which data and email marketing are inextricably linked with one another, the profession of email marketer is certainly becoming more exciting as a result.
DDMA Email Benchmark 2019: 5 learnings
Last Thursday, 20 June, the DDMA Email Benchmark was again presented during the Email Summit. This benchmark is unique in every way: six different ESPs supply Dutch data and in no other country do we see various ESPs work together in this manner. Just like last year, we have this year naturally also taken an immediate look at the figures and set out for you the five most important conclusions. So you don’t have to sift through the entire document, just before your holidays 😉
Gamification: a lucrative trend in email marketing
Recently, Webpower organized an RMC Meetup (Travel Management Club). Sanne van Dooren, from new Webpower partner Leadfamly, gave a presentation. She discussed why the brain loves game elements. She also explained how gamification in email marketing allows you to grow your database, enrich existing profiles and activate customers. Chantal Bonefaas from the ANWB, told about the success of the “Happy Holiday Check”.
Email marketing and the GDPR: 6 mistakes from which you can learn
The GPDR made its entry almost a year ago now. We are pleased to have been able to provide an advisory role for our customers in this. All around us we have heard, of course, lots about the GDPR and email marketing. And in May we saw a considerable increase in emails coming in. Emails that often did not really need to be sent. Oops 😉 What should or should not have been done and how can you treat the GDPR like royalty from now on?