As known, Pardot makes it easier for B2B marketers to send personalized emails to their customers. But that doesn’t mean marketers used one type of email to approach when they were planning to send emails to their customers.
First, make sure which type of email you are going to send to your customer like the emails should be related to the customer’s interest in your products/services.
If you’re looking for some guidelines when it comes to email design, or worried about which style of email performs best for certain types of messages, check out a few of the email examples below.
1. EVENT EMAIL
Are you going to launch an event for your product or service? No worries, then the Event Email is the best solution for you.
But you should follow some trick to make your email attractive,your email should be informative and important information should be at the top, always include your company logo, add call to action, and key points that you’d like readers to take away from your email like event name, date, and time information).
By using Pardot you can add more features in your email like, countdown timers, promo videos. This gives you a chance to be more creating excitement around your event.
2. WEBINAR FOLLOW-UP EMAIL
Follow-up emails — when you want to increase your engagement with those audiences who have attended your webinar then follow-up emails are the best solutions for you. Based on their past actions, you have a picture of what type of content and resource they are interested in. so you can use this technique to follow-up with the audience to provide them with the related articles, informative blogs, e-books, or other important information.
Tip: If you know your readers’ interests, send them content that’s specifically related to those interests. Don’t just send a thank you email — add value by including additional content that your recipients might find useful based on the recipient’s past actions
3. TRAINING EVENTS EMAIL
Do you have several upcoming events that you want to share with your audience? then use an email template that provides the exact information your clients, customers, and prospects are looking for — don’t make your content lengthy, intimidating, and difficult to read. Focus on creating a design that is simple, appealing, and easy to read.
also, don’t forget your mobile audience. Make sure your template is well-optimized for mobile devices, and use CTAs that are prominent, clear, and easy to work on a mobile device. In today’s day and age, your readers are often just going to be skimming your emails for important, relevant points. Calls to action need to stand out and should be emphasized by either color, placement, size, or a border.
4. FEEDBACK EMAIL
When you want to gather qualitative opinions from customers after attending an event, buying a product, using the service then Feedback emails are the solutions for you. It contributes to building customer loyalty and helps marketers gather valuable insights and use them to improve the product.
Use a template that breaks content into easy-to-read sections and drives attention to your calls-to-action. Make sure CTAs are clear and direct, such as “Take the survey” or “Leave a review.”
Feedback emails should make it easy for your customers to engage with you in the way they most prefer. So don’t forget to include a “Contact us” option and social media links. The “Contact Us” section and social share buttons are often neglected during email template design. It’s important that your email recipients can contact you with any questions or comments. Missing either of these elements can hinder communication between your clients and company, your clients and potential clients, or your prospects and company (depending on the type of email).
5. NURTURE JOURNEY EMAIL
The best way to create a relationship between your product/services and your consumers is the Lead Nurturing Process. It will help you to give you a proper idea of whether the lead is interested in your product or not.
always focus on providing value to your reader. This is where the powerful personalization capabilities of marketing automation really take the stage. Tailor the content you send based on their individual interests and past behaviors. And keep individual emails limited to the most important content your audience wants to see and read. You can always link them out to more resources. If you are sending emails to prospects who are in the early stages of the buying cycle, keep your content light and educational. Focus on thought leadership articles and blog posts instead of promoting late-stage sales collateral like buyers guides, white papers, and recorded webinars.
Finally, make sure to optimize your send times, so your emails are hitting your reader’s inbox at the right moment.
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Marketing Automation Specialist/Pardot Consultant at CloudVandana Solutions.
3X Salesforce Certified.