Really. Single words in the subject line don’t hurt your delivery, despite many, many, many blog posts out there saying they do. Filters just don’t work that way. They maybe, sorta, kinda used to, but we’ve gotten way past that now. In fact, I can prove it. Recently I received an email from Blizzard. The […]
I’ve seen this trick used by a few senders recently, with varying effectiveness. Where do they get these pictures? While you can scatter any images you like across the body of your message, the subject line is limited to just text. But “text” is more than just “a, b, c” – using RFC 2047 encoding you can […]
Courtesy of Think Geek (who have some of the best use of symbols in subject lines I’ve seen).
There has been a lot of discussion in various places recently about subject line length and how it affects email marketing. There have been multiple studies done on how the subject line affects opens and clicks. (Mailchimp, Alchemy Worx, Mailer Mailer, Adestra). The discussion has even spilled over into Ken Magill’s newsletter today. I’ve had […]