Skyrocket Your Email ROI Webinar Recap

Skyrocket Your Email ROI Webinar Recap

Skyrocket Your Email ROI Webinar Recap

Featuring Kickbox + Iterable

Originally aired on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Looking to get the most out of your email marketing? We all know that it comes down to optimizing your messages and getting more opens, click-throughs, and conversions.

That seems simple enough, but boosting email marketing ROI requires seeing each message as more than stand-alone emails, but part of a strong workflow. One that is built on the right foundation that ensures your messages reach your subscribers at the right time, and with the right messaging

We teamed up with Iterable to share our best tips and practices on boosting email ROI, including examples of how the jewelry membership service Rocksbox increased their ROI using Kickbox and Iterable to build high-converting workflows.

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