7 Shocking Marketing Mistakes and Fails

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There's no doubt about it that marketing isn't always smooth sailing and even some of the most successful brands in the world launch campaigns that aren't received well at all. In fact, some of the following campaigns from the likes of McDonalds and Coca Cola even went as far as to cause public outrage. Here are seven of the worst marketing mistakes we've ever seen!


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by Steve Hall    Apr-23-19    
Topic: Brands



This Email Ecommerce Study From Omnisend Will Help Improve Your 2019 Campaigns

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Having gone through millions and millions of campaigns, we've accumulated a great amount of data to demonstrate to you some important ecommerce email trends: what's better - single channel or multichannel marketing? How do segmented campaigns perform compared to non-segmented campaigns? When is the best time to send the campaign?

Omnisend recently conducted a study that took at look at these questions and arrived at some interesting results.


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by Steve Hall    Apr-23-19    
Topic: Online



The Importance of Content Marketing in 2019

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Content marketing involves providing reliable and valuable content or information to prospective customers with the goal of branding, positive sentiment, building trust and awareness. This is done through podcasts, social media posts, standard videos, webinars, e-books, email newsletters and white papers. Let's now discuss the importance of content marketing.

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by Steve Hall    Apr- 1-19    
Topic: Social



7 Tips On Writing Impactful Onboarding Emails

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Onboarding customers isn't something that belongs just on your website. Email, as one of the most effective marketing tools is an excellent place for this too. However, you have to know how to make the right kind of impact with your customers.

Here are some tips you might find useful:

Understand the customers

The first step to anything is research - in this case, of your customers. For one, start paying attention to what people are already doing with your software. Use metrics to track their engagement, actions and reactions to different things. You'll get a lot of data about your customers from different analytics sources. All of this data should be analyzed and comprehended in a way that can help you understand your users better.

The fact is, without understanding who your customers are, you are shooting blindly. Avoid making this mistake and research everything you can.

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by Steve Hall    Apr- 1-19    
Topic: Opinion



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