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In 2016 we published new blog posts on a weekly basis. The topics cover everything you need to know to achieve success with your email marketing programs. In 2016 we shed light on emerging trends such as Visual Engagement Metrics, Personalized Video, and Behaviour-based Insights, but also wrote about some more core issues such email design, automated email programs, and email deliverability. As we approach the end of the year it’s interesting to look back and see which blog posts were the most popular with our readers in 2016. In doing so we can learn what topics our readers are most interested and where we should focus our efforts in 2017. So without further ado, here are the 5 most popular blog posts from 2016:
Early in 2016 we highlighted the 5 major trends that we predicted would have the greatest impact on Email Marketing in 2016. As we approach the end of the year, and before we unveil a set of predictions for 2017, we thought we should take a look back and see, to which degree, these predictions came true.
The past five years have brought major change to Canada’s technology landscape. New platforms emerge seemingly every day; a few thrive, while others struggle along, slowly fading from prominence. Marketers must decide where best to invest their resources to ensure long-term success - it is no easy task.
Email marketing has proven itself time and time again to be an effective messaging channel. In its 40+ years it has out lasted many of its peers and naysayers, becoming a core messaging channel for the majority of marketers.
The last five years have been one of the greatest periods of change in the marketing industry. Consumers are now connected 24/7, accessing content anywhere, at any time, and on multiple devices. Digital marketing now represents over 30% of marketing spend and is expected to increase to nearly 45% of marketing budgets in 2016.