Which words in your email subject line will get you the most clicks? When are people most likely to read your emails or unsubscribe to them? What can I put in the Subject Line to increase the odds that someone will click through my email? To find the answers, read on...
Email Marketing Secrets
- 80.8% of users report reading email on mobile devices (HubSpot)
- 12% of people use separate work and personal inboxes (HubSpot)
- Over 50% of respondents say they read most of their emails (HubSpot)
- Secrets is the most clicked lead nurturing subject line word (HubSpot)
- Posts and Jobs are the most clicked subject line words (HubSpot)
- Click through rate (CTR) is higher when using the recipients first name in the subject line over no use of the first name (HubSpot)
- CTR is higher when using the recipients company name in the subject line over no company mention (HubSpot)
- 88% prefer to receive HTML emails vs. 12% who prefer plain text from companies (HubSpot)
- 65% prefer emails that contain mostly images vs. 35% who prefer mostly text (HubSpot)
- Your most recent subscribers are the most likely to click through (HubSpot)
- Saturday has the highest CTR at over 9% (Sunday is second just under 9%) (HubSpot)
- 6 AM has the highest CTR of any hour (HubSpot)
- Most unsubscriptions come on Tuesdays (0.52% unsub rate) (HubSpot)
- Clicks by button text: Click Here gets the highest % of clicks over Go and Submit (HubSpot)
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