How remembering elementary school can improve your e-mails

08/28/2013 |

When you're young, getting a letter in the mail was a captivating experience and e-mail marketers should try to emulate that, HubSpot's Tom Monaghan says. It's also important to remember another school-taught rule: Letters get a greeting, some content and a closing. Other best practices include sending less e-mail, being respectful of customer time and e-mail permissions they grant, and placing a higher value on replies than clicks or open rates.

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