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Why you should customize your campaign emails

You've downloaded contact data from CSG and know you want to make a great impression with your emails. One of the biggest mistakes marketers make is sending the same email to everyone; it's time to customize.  
  • Speak directly to the buyer
  • Focus on their specific needs
  • Show the value you bring to them
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No. 1 Rule: Personalization Matters

Cannabis email marketing is one of the most effective ways to reach customers and build relationships with them. But many marketers need to realize that they need to customize their emails to get the most out of their campaigns. Customizing your emails can help you increase your open and click-through rates, meaning more people will see your message and take action. Let's look at how customizing your emails can help you get better results from your email marketing campaigns.

The key to increasing engagement with your emails is personalization. You want to ensure that each customer feels like you are speaking directly to them, which means using their name in the subject line or body of the email. It also means ensuring that the email's content is relevant to the customer's interests and needs. You should segment your email list based on information such as type of business, location, or product specialty so that you can send customized content tailored specifically for each group. For example, if you have a list of Colorado dispensaries, you would want to create content that resonates with them and speaks directly to their needs and interests.

Test Subject Lines

To ensure maximum engagement, you should test different subject lines for each email campaign. Try sending out two versions of the same email—one with a generic subject line and one with a personalized one—and compare how many people opened each version. This way, you can determine which type of subject line works best for your target audience and use it in future campaigns. Additionally, testing different subject lines will give you insight into what kinds of words resonate best with your customers so that you can optimize future campaigns accordingly.

Optimize Your Content

When creating content for an email campaign, it's important to remember who your audience is and what type of information they are looking for. Make sure that the content is clear, concise, and actionable so that readers know exactly what they need to do after reading it—whether that be clicking through a link or signing up for an event or service. Additionally, ensure all images in the email are optimized for mobile devices since many people will view it on their phones or tablets rather than desktops or laptops.                                                                    

The Bottom Line

By customizing emails for each customer or segmented group, marketers can significantly increase open rates and click-through rates compared to generic emails sent out en masse. Personalization matters when creating an effective email marketing campaign—so make sure that every message sent out reflects who it's being sent to by including relevant content tailored specifically for them! Testing different subject lines help determine which performs best while optimizing content ensures maximum engagement from readers across all devices used by potential customers viewing those messages – desktop computers, mobile phones, and tablets!

"CSG data is awesome! We saw a 73% improvement in our email bounce rate just by using their data."

Marketing Director, Marketing Services Firm

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