As the summer season approaches, email marketing strategies should shift focus to capitalize on May holidays and events to hook recipients in. Here are some creative ideas for newsletter content: shout out to Star Wars Day on May 4th, launch a Mother’s Day campaign, celebrate National Wine Day on May 25th, and create engaging content around Memorial Day. Email marketers have ample opportunity to align their content with seasonal events and trends to boost engagement rates in May. By making their newsletters fun and relatable, subscribers will be more likely to engage with future sends. So, get ready to show off your creativity, tickle your readers’ funny bones, and delight your subscribers with personalized content based on beloved May holidays.
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I am Batman! Okay, not really, but May 1st is Batman Day. While not an official May holiday, Batman Day is just one of many fun and zany reasons to celebrate this month. With holidays like Intergalactic Star Wars Day (May 4th), Eat What You Want Day (May 11th), and Frog Jumping Day (May 13th)