Email marketing is a powerful driver of holiday sales, but haphazardly sending emails isn't the way to optimize campaigns. Taking just a few minutes to think about what an email will contain and when it will be sent should help to improve results. What follows is an example of a holiday email calendar. It can be followed as is or used as a source of inspiration for similar calendars. It assumes certain associated marketing initiatives....
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A solid email marketing strategy is imperative to brick-and-mortar and web retailers who want their products and services in consumers’ carts this holiday season. The proliferation of mobile devices means that successful campaigns must appeal to both desktop and mobile users. This also necessitates a change in tactics for content and design. Mobile devices not only have smaller screens, but different capabilities. Use the following tips to help design mobile-friendly email marketing campaigns that will deck the halls with sales this season: