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When was the last time email
made you feel like this?
The more “normal” reaction.
Four Ways to Make Humans
Love Your Email Marketing!
Digital Summit Denver
Michael Barber, VP Strategy @ COHN
June 2014
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 4
Hello.
5
5 Disclaimers.
All knowledge, no pitch. I promise.1
3
Let’s have a conversation. Interrupt or raise your hand. Ask quest...
“Study the past if you want to
define the future.”
–Confucius
7
Email history.
The 70s. The beginnings.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER
8
Email history.
Gary’s email ROI
$13 million
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 9
Email history.
The 90s. Era of spray & pray.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 10
Email history.
The 2000s. Anti-spam and the rise of the DB.
2007
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 11
Email history.
The 2000s. Segmentation and targeting.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 12
Email history.
Today…
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 13
Email marketing is not dead.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 14
The human’s perspective.
You essentially can’t sign up for anything online without an email
addr...
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 15
Even my 78-year old Grandma
has one.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 16
The marketer’s perspective.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 17
The shopper’s perspective.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 18
The market’s perspective.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 19
Houston, we have a big problem.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 20
Houston, we have a big problem.
94 billion
spam messages per day
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 21
Houston, we have a big problem.
78%
of email is spam
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 22
Houston, we have a big problem.
$20 billion
cost to the global economy
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 23
What would solve immediately
this problem?
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 24
Here’s a great idea.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 25
Unfortunately (yes, unfortunately),
that won’t happen. And, because
we all got lazy the ESPs got...
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 26
Authentication.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 27
Spam folders.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 28
Mark as spam & instant
unsubscribe.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 29
Layer reputation data.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 30
Moving promotional emails out of
the Inbox.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 31
The effects.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 32
The effects.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 33
The effects.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 34
The effects.
So, how do we (marketers) get
better?
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 36
We focus on the customer’s point
of view and look to the 4P’s.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 37
And, no, I’m not talking about
product, price, place, and
promotion.
Let’s use McKinsey’s.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 39
PervasiveP
P Personalized
P Prescriptive
P Participatory
The McKinsey 4P’s.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 40
P Personalized Make it relevant to me.
P Prescriptive I’m in control.
P Participatory I have a v...
Let me read email where I am.
Pervasive.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 42
Pervasive.
We are reading emails on all devices.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 43
Pervasive.
And, all the time.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 44
Pervasive.
Ensure the message is consumable.
Single column “skinny” layouts.1
5 Drop any interac...
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 45
Pervasive.
Mobile design options.
Responsive = AWESOME1 2 Mobile-aware = WORKS TOO
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 46
Pervasive.
Tools to consider.
Participatory
I have a voice. Let me use & see
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 48
Participatory.
Social + email = match made in
digital heaven.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 49
Participatory.
Put social content into emails.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 50
Participatory.
Drive cross-channel opt-ins.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 51
Participatory.
Drive cross-channel opt-ins.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 52
Participatory.
Figure out what people care about;
use that data to craft email content.
Personalized.
Make it relevant to me.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 54
Personalized.
Leverage segmentation to
personalize to me.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 55
Personalized.
Leverage segmentation to
personalize to me.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 56
Personalized.
Develop/enhance triggers based on
my behavior.
Sign up / welcome1
3 Website engage...
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 57
Personalized.
Adjust campaign delivery, content &
messaging based on me.
Gender based content/cr...
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 58
Personalized.
Adjust campaign delivery, content &
messaging based on me.
Cool for the gents
Cool...
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 59
Personalized.
Always give me more reasons to
open your email.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 60
Personalized.
Always give me more reasons to
open your email.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 61
Personalized.
Tools.
Prescriptive
I’m in control.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 63
Prescriptive.
Let me tell you what I want.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 64
Prescriptive.
Let me tell you when I want it.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 65
Prescriptive.
Let me tell you when I want it.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 66
Prescriptive.
If I want out, give me an easy opt-out.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 67
Prescriptive.
Give me reasons to stay.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 68
Prescriptive.
If I stop listening, reengage and then
stop sending.
So, let’s make email better.
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 70
How?
P Personalized Make it relevant to me.
P Prescriptive I’m in control.
P Participatory I hav...
Why?
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 72
Because imagine if
with this?
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 73
Thanks. Questions?!
Want these slides?
Have questions? @michaeljbarber /
#DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 74
Sources.
• Smart Insights -
EvolutionofEmail.jpg
• Symantec -
• LinkedIn -
you-need-to-know-abou...
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  1. 1. When was the last time email made you feel like this?
  2. 2. The more “normal” reaction.
  3. 3. Four Ways to Make Humans Love Your Email Marketing! Digital Summit Denver Michael Barber, VP Strategy @ COHN June 2014
  4. 4. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 4 Hello.
  5. 5. 5 5 Disclaimers. All knowledge, no pitch. I promise.1 3 Let’s have a conversation. Interrupt or raise your hand. Ask questions at the end. Don’t worry, I’m super friendly. 4 Everything I’m going to tell can be done by any sized brand and/or agency, large, small, B2B, B2C, whatever. 2 Use the hashtag #DSD14, but please take a good photo #kthanksbye. 5 It’s that time of the day, so LAMAR’S DONUTS! #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER
  6. 6. “Study the past if you want to define the future.” –Confucius
  7. 7. 7 Email history. The 70s. The beginnings. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER
  8. 8. 8 Email history. Gary’s email ROI $13 million #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER
  9. 9. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 9 Email history. The 90s. Era of spray & pray.
  10. 10. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 10 Email history. The 2000s. Anti-spam and the rise of the DB. 2007
  11. 11. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 11 Email history. The 2000s. Segmentation and targeting.
  12. 12. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 12 Email history. Today…
  13. 13. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 13 Email marketing is not dead.
  14. 14. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 14 The human’s perspective. You essentially can’t sign up for anything online without an email address. 1 2 3 4 Email consumption rates continue to rise, albeit driven by mobile views. Email, and the data brands have acquired from it, compliments other channels. People continue to rely heavily on email at work and to engage with brands.
  15. 15. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 15 Even my 78-year old Grandma has one.
  16. 16. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 16 The marketer’s perspective.
  17. 17. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 17 The shopper’s perspective.
  18. 18. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 18 The market’s perspective.
  19. 19. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 19 Houston, we have a big problem.
  20. 20. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 20 Houston, we have a big problem. 94 billion spam messages per day
  21. 21. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 21 Houston, we have a big problem. 78% of email is spam
  22. 22. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 22 Houston, we have a big problem. $20 billion cost to the global economy
  23. 23. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 23 What would solve immediately this problem?
  24. 24. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 24 Here’s a great idea.
  25. 25. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 25 Unfortunately (yes, unfortunately), that won’t happen. And, because we all got lazy the ESPs got smart.
  26. 26. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 26 Authentication.
  27. 27. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 27 Spam folders.
  28. 28. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 28 Mark as spam & instant unsubscribe.
  29. 29. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 29 Layer reputation data.
  30. 30. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 30 Moving promotional emails out of the Inbox.
  31. 31. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 31 The effects.
  32. 32. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 32 The effects.
  33. 33. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 33 The effects.
  34. 34. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 34 The effects.
  35. 35. So, how do we (marketers) get better?
  36. 36. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 36 We focus on the customer’s point of view and look to the 4P’s.
  37. 37. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 37 And, no, I’m not talking about product, price, place, and promotion.
  38. 38. Let’s use McKinsey’s.
  39. 39. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 39 PervasiveP P Personalized P Prescriptive P Participatory The McKinsey 4P’s.
  40. 40. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 40 P Personalized Make it relevant to me. P Prescriptive I’m in control. P Participatory I have a voice. Let me use it. The McKinsey 4P’s. P Pervasive Let me read email where I am.
  41. 41. Let me read email where I am. Pervasive.
  42. 42. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 42 Pervasive. We are reading emails on all devices.
  43. 43. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 43 Pervasive. And, all the time.
  44. 44. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 44 Pervasive. Ensure the message is consumable. Single column “skinny” layouts.1 5 Drop any interactive features. They don’t work well on mobile, for now. 3 Fonts (14+), buttons (44px square), and space that are friendly to our weak eyes, fat fingers, and small screens. 4 Say it as easily and concisely as possible because I’m probably sitting on the toilet, eating lunch/dinner (hopefully not both), or “watching” my kids. 2 Appropriate hierarchies. Give your images some love, but remember text works too. 6 For the love of all things holy, let’s drop “click here”.
  45. 45. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 45 Pervasive. Mobile design options. Responsive = AWESOME1 2 Mobile-aware = WORKS TOO
  46. 46. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 46 Pervasive. Tools to consider.
  47. 47. Participatory I have a voice. Let me use & see
  48. 48. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 48 Participatory. Social + email = match made in digital heaven.
  49. 49. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 49 Participatory. Put social content into emails.
  50. 50. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 50 Participatory. Drive cross-channel opt-ins.
  51. 51. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 51 Participatory. Drive cross-channel opt-ins.
  52. 52. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 52 Participatory. Figure out what people care about; use that data to craft email content.
  53. 53. Personalized. Make it relevant to me.
  54. 54. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 54 Personalized. Leverage segmentation to personalize to me.
  55. 55. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 55 Personalized. Leverage segmentation to personalize to me.
  56. 56. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 56 Personalized. Develop/enhance triggers based on my behavior. Sign up / welcome1 3 Website engagement / purchase 4 Post experience 2 Birthday and/or anniversary
  57. 57. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 57 Personalized. Adjust campaign delivery, content & messaging based on me. Gender based content/creative1 3 Seasonal content/creative 4 Event (i.e. weather) content/creative 2 Location-based content/creative 5 Time of day when I read it
  58. 58. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 58 Personalized. Adjust campaign delivery, content & messaging based on me. Cool for the gents Cool for the ladies
  59. 59. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 59 Personalized. Always give me more reasons to open your email.
  60. 60. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 60 Personalized. Always give me more reasons to open your email.
  61. 61. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 61 Personalized. Tools.
  62. 62. Prescriptive I’m in control.
  63. 63. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 63 Prescriptive. Let me tell you what I want.
  64. 64. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 64 Prescriptive. Let me tell you when I want it.
  65. 65. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 65 Prescriptive. Let me tell you when I want it.
  66. 66. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 66 Prescriptive. If I want out, give me an easy opt-out.
  67. 67. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 67 Prescriptive. Give me reasons to stay.
  68. 68. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 68 Prescriptive. If I stop listening, reengage and then stop sending.
  69. 69. So, let’s make email better.
  70. 70. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 70 How? P Personalized Make it relevant to me. P Prescriptive I’m in control. P Participatory I have a voice. Let me use it. P Pervasive Let me read email where I am.
  71. 71. Why?
  72. 72. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 72 Because imagine if with this?
  73. 73. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 73 Thanks. Questions?! Want these slides? Have questions? @michaeljbarber /
  74. 74. #DSD14/@MICHAELJBARBER 74 Sources. • Smart Insights - EvolutionofEmail.jpg • Symantec - • LinkedIn - you-need-to-know-about-your-customers?trk=mp-reader-card • MailChimp - • Huffington Post - • Email Marketing Rules - • Teach to Fish Digital - • Mashable - • Mashable - • Candicreate - • Think with Google - • Smart Insights / Gartner - hype-cycle.png
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