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11 Email Marketing Terms You Need to Know

11 Email Marketing Terms You Need to Know
As an email service provider we are constantly throwing around terms that sometimes our customers may or may not know. So I decided to pick 11 email marketing terms and give you the low down on what they mean. Don’t be offended if you know some of these, I’m trying to cover a lot of bases here. Here goes! ROI (Return on Investment) – Your ROI is the measure of the profit you make and/or costs saved at your business. For your email marketing campaigns you calculate cost of sending email plus time. ROI = [(Payback - Investment)/Investment)]*100 So if you made $780 on your email campaign, your time was worth $50 to create it and it costs $15 to send it it would look like this: (($780 – $65)/$65)*100 = 1100% ROI (which is really good!) If you want to take it a step further subtract your cost of your products or services as well. Open Rate – Your open rate is simply the number recipients who opened your HTML emails. Copy – Your copy is simply the text of the email you write. About the Author

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