What areas should we change on our newsletter?

CourtneyS425
Participant

Our organization started sending newsletters with constant contact to our connections in the past few months. We are really struggling with interactions, opens, and clicks. We believe our newsletter design looks good, but maybe it needs some adjusting, or different content? We would welcome any advice that you have to share. Please see the links to our latest email campaigns. 

 

Thanks! 

 

March - https://conta.cc/3Nwztax

April - https://conta.cc/3LHbDrh 

May - https://conta.cc/3zalhzb 

June - https://conta.cc/3uhE6NK 

 

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Amanda_G
Employee

Hi @CourtneyS425 , 

 

I think your newsletter is looking great! There are many factors that go into email open rates, and this guide on improving email open rates may be helpful for you. The most important thing to focus on when looking to improve open rates is arguably the subject line. This guide should assist you in optimizing the subject line of your email campaign. 


Amanda G.
Community & Social Care
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