Lyris Connections Blog

Category: Behavioral Targeting

Tips for Effective Email Automation

May 22, 2015 by

Of the many headaches suffered by email marketers, one of the ones that occurs most often is trying to answer the questions of how often to contact a member of their subscriber list and what content to provide them. Without a strong contact strategy, it’s hard to continually produce effective, targeted content on a weekly

Finding Secure New Sources of Revenue through Digital Messaging

May 13, 2015 by

More so than for most other industries, publishing and media companies have seen their worlds turned upside down by digital disruption. Maintaining control of content and audiences while taking advantage of myriad new electronic delivery venues requires publishers to step up their game and achieve more sophisticated mastery of digital messaging channels. A strategic role

Guest Blog: Data-Driven Segmentation is your Safest Bet for Increasing Email ROI

Apr 30, 2015 by

We’re happy to share this blog from Lyris partner and client iCubes, India’s leading email marketing solution provider. The blog looks at segmentation as creating opportunities to send tailored email marketing campaigns that cater to different audiences. Using just a little data as focal points for your segmentation, your campaigns can gain great momentum, ultimately

What Keeps Digital Publishing Execs Up at Night? Part 4: Content is – Not – King

Apr 22, 2015 by

Our blog series on conversations from the Digiday Publishers Summit continues with another topic that publishing executives are grappling with: Challenge #4: Content is – Not – King Anymore The phrase “Content is King” was first coined for the Internet age by Bill Gates – in his article dating from 1996, when he wrote: “Content

Differing Publishing Models Face the Same Challenge: Monetizing Email Messaging

Apr 18, 2015 by

Publishing, media, and entertainment companies, and each of the sub-verticals within these industries, have such differing publishing models that they also have vastly different processes for the use of email. At the same time, they face a common challenge: How to more effectively engage audiences and increase revenue. Here’s a quick overview of the different models