STEP 10: Report Analysis

Let’s evaluate the performance

What?

Following are key metrics used to analyze the performance of your  Email Campaigns

  • Open Rate: It is the number/percentage of people who opened your email.
  • Click Rate: It is the number/percentage of people who clicked on any link in your email.
  • Unsubscriptions: It is the number of people who unsubscribed from your email list.
  • Marked Spam: It is the number of people who marked your email as spam.

What is to be done?

  • Go to dashboard and look for the above email’s report to analyze its performance based on key metrics. By the way, did you get 50%+ Open rate! Wow! Your subscribers are really interested in your content.

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Where are you currently?

No. Step
1. Get Prepared  – Time to set objective & speculate the results you are expecting
2. Be Aware of Legal Implications – sending of commercial e-mails and act accordingly
3. Arrange data of your Subscribers  – Time to arrange all the information related to your subscribers
4. Signup on MailChimp free account  – Get started with a tool
5. Create Your 1st Subscriber List  – Time to start managing your contacts on MailChimp
6. Assemble everything needed for First Email Campaign- Get ready to send your 1st email
7. Create your first Email Campaign  – Get set to create our 1st campaign
8. Test your email  – Test before anyone else reads it!
9. You’re all set to send!– Let others read what you have written
10. Report Analysis – Evaluate the performance
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