Email Marketing KPI: The Definitive Guide

Email Marketing KPI: The Definitive Guide

Post summary:

  • What are email marketing KPIs?
  • The ROI of email marketing
  • Free guide for Email marketing

Marketers and customers know that email works.

Marketing Sherpa has reported that 60% of marketers believe that email marketing is producing a positive ROI.

And according to the Direct Marketing Association (DMA), two thirds of consumers (66%) have made a purchase within the last year as a result of receiving a single email marketing message.

When it comes to messaging and communication, email is still the most preferred communication method in the eyes of the customer – And way out ahead compared to direct mail, social media and phone, as seen below:

email marketing is most preferred channel for consumers

That being said, not every email marketing campaign delivers record breaking sales

However, this can change.

How do you report or track the success of email marketing campaigns?

And what kind of metrics should you track?

With more than 10 years’ of email marketing experience, and through sending millions of email campaigns to newsletter subscribers, we have identified four highly important email marketing key performance indicators (KPIs) that can help you increase email marketing revenue.

And we want to share these four KPI’s with you today in our newly launched “Email Marketing KPI Guide“.

But, first…

What are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)?

When we talk about Email Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), we’re talking about leading indicators that help guide your email marketing campaigns into doing the things you need in order for them to be successful.

To measure the success of your email marketing campaign by using a single metric is simply impossible. You need to measure a set of metrics, which make up a balanced scorecard.

Finding the right email marketing KPIs for your business is part art and part science, and you will most likely have to go through several iterations to find the right ones that really measure business success. However, at the very least these four KPIs are essential to delivering a successful and revenue winning email campaign.

You can download the email marketing KPI guide here

In this 14 page guide (approx. 10-15 minutes reading time), we will not only explain the four most important metrics you need to measure when it comes to all of your email marketing campaigns, but we’ll also provide you with specific steps on how to improve them!

What you get in this free guide:

  • Understand how deliverability rates, open rates and click-through rates are calculated
  • 12 actionable tips on how you can increase all four email marketing KPIs
  • 3 real life case studies on how brands use these tips improve email marketing KPIs
  • A free email marketing KPI cheat sheet that you can use every time you send out a new email campaign

Get the free email marketing KPI guide

Conclusion

For many businesses, email marketing is the go-to tactic to use when they want to increase revenue.

If you want to improve on the success of your B2B email campaigns, then use the four email marketing KPI’s that we’ve identified as the key email marketing campaign metrics. And you too will be able to see a significant increase in your bottom line.

What do you think of the guide? And what email marketing KPIs do you think we should measure?

Let me know below.

P.S. If you haven’t done so already, we would really appreciate it if you could download and read the email marketing KPI guide and then share it with your colleagues and social network. It’s as easy as clicking on the social icons below.

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About Steven MacDonald

Steven MacDonald

Steven Macdonald is an online marketer based in Tallinn, Estonia, Steven has more than ten years experience in the online marketing field and is driven by creating success stories. You can connect with Steven on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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