Marketers working with agencies want nothing less than the ability to engage with customers meaningfully, with the right strategies to maximize revenue opportunities across touch points, all done in the context of a broader ecosystem of channels, data stores, applications, and infrastructure. The challenge for agencies is in tailoring a differentiated digital strategy for each
Digital agencies serving today’s marketers need to address two new realties in order to create competitive advantage for their clients. First, consumers today are now always addressable, through multiple devices and locations, and frequent online access. Second, marketers are increasingly being tasked with driving revenue growth and demonstrating return on marketing investment. At Lyris, we
I’ve been receiving a lot of emails from startups recently and noticed that they are surprisingly good at email design. So let’s take a look at the anatomy of a startup email design. Cool logo Obviously the first thing every startup needs is an über cool-looking logo that’s fun and funky, yet sophisticated and professional.
Today’s connected customers demand personalized engagement and expect relationships based on value and trust. Messaging needs to be connected across digital channels so it can be valuable and relevant to the real-time context of each interaction, and every communication requires mastery of the fundamentals of email and digital messaging to boost revenue and reach. Are
The strategy team at Lyris spends thousands of hours every year evaluating and analyzing our clients’ email marketing strategies in order to help them grow and exceed their business objectives. While auditing your email strategy is critically important, it takes time to get it right and create the most effective strategic roadmap. But those brands