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New Data Reveals: The Best Times To Send Your Business Emails This Holiday Season

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New Data Reveals: The Best Times To Send Your Business Emails This Holiday Season

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Brand new data reveals the best times to send one-to-one emails this holiday season. Get even more exclusive data in the 2015 email report download: http://www.hubspot.com/sales/best-time-send-email-report-2015

Brand new data reveals the best times to send one-to-one emails this holiday season. Get even more exclusive data in the 2015 email report download: http://www.hubspot.com/sales/best-time-send-email-report-2015

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New Data Reveals: The Best Times To Send Your Business Emails This Holiday Season

  1. There are many reasons we send 1:1 emails ...
  2. Prospecting
  3. Prospecting Lead Nurturing
  4. Prospecting Lead Nurturing Scheduling A Meeting
  5. Prospecting Lead Nurturing Scheduling A Meeting Demo Requests
  6. Prospecting Lead Nurturing Scheduling A Meeting Demo Requests The list goes on and on.
  7. But, each email has the same goal ...
  8. To get opened. .
  9. for 1:1 emails. To achieve this, countless hours have been spent learning the best: Day Time Subject line
  10. And it works well, until
  11. It’s 6pm on New Year’s Eve and you’re sitting at your desk unable to hit your quota.
  12. Each year from November to January our carefully calculated email strategy stops working.
  13. What’s this force that changes sales email as we know it? ?? ? ?
  14. It’s the holiday season.
  15. Between November 1, 2014 and January 23, 2015 4,513,689 1:1 emails were sent from Sidekick users alone.
  16. Between November 1, 2014 and January 23, 2015 4,513,689 1:1 emails were sent from Sidekick users alone. Sidekick is a free email tool from HubSpot Sales that tracks who opens your emails.
  17. While an average 53,734 emails were sent daily, few were opened and even fewer were responded to.
  18. We collected 1:1 email data from this past holiday season so you can send emails that prospects actually open this holiday season.
  19. We collected 1:1 email data from this past holiday season so you can send emails that prospects actually open this holiday season. DOWNLOAD OUR FULL REPORT WITH EXCLUSIVE YEAR ROUND EMAIL DATA  
  20. 6% decline BEGINNING THE NIGHT BEFORE THANKSGIVING, WE FOUND A IN THE AMOUNT OF EMAILS BEING OPENED.
  21. The decline didn’t begin to pick back up until December 1 with MORE EMAILS   OPENED   6% st exactly one week after Thanksgiving.
  22. If it can wait, send your email one week after the holiday.
  23. If not, send your email at least 24 hours before Thanksgiving eve.
  24. 6% higher THE WEEK LEADING UP TO CHRISTMAS SHOWED A THAN AVERAGE OPEN RATE.
  25. But, that quickly declined as we saw EMAILS   OPENED  42% FEWER   on Christmas Eve.
  26. 72% fewer THIS TREND CONTINUED WITH EMAILS OPENED ON CHRISTMAS DAY.
  27. 33% and 35% ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY AND TUESDAY FEWER EMAILS WERE OPENED, RESPECTIVELY.
  28. Woah … wait, that was a lot of information. Let’s break December email activity down.
  29. Email activity was at an all time high the week before Christmas, but quickly drops off.
  30. What about outside of the holiday season? What are the best days and times to send our emails? Check out our full report of 2015 email data to find out.  
  31. Send your emails the week before Christmas.
  32. We found lower levels of email activity prior to New Year’s Eve and FEWER   EMAILS   OPENED   58% on New Year’s Eve.
  33. 62% fewer ON NEW YEAR’S DAY, EMAILS WERE OPENED.
  34. Record email open rates occurred shortly after New Year’s Day.
  35. We see a peak in email engagement once people are settled back into work.
  36. Send your emails during the peak; four days after New Years.
  37. Let’s recap.
  38. The best times to send 1:1 emails this holiday season:
  39. Send emails 24 hours before Thanksgiving eve or one week after the holiday.
  40. Send emails 24 hours before Thanksgiving eve or one week after the holiday. Send emails one week before Christmas Eve.
  41. Send emails 24 hours before Thanksgiving eve or one week after the holiday. Send emails one week before Christmas Eve. Send emails 4 days after New Year’s Day.
  42. Don’t let your emails go unopened this holiday season.
  43. What about after the holidays? The 2015 Email Opens Report answers it all. CLICK TO GRAB A FREE COPY OF THE NEW REPORT  

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