I looked over your store and I must say you have a great inventory.
Why don't you send your subscribers Push Notification. That's more effective than regular Emails bcause Push Notifications appear right on your subscriber's screen. Furthermore, this is also supported by Android.
Please see the attached image showing how it's gonna look like when Push Notification would be received by your subscribers.
No you cannot send from Mailchimp but yes you can use our Portal which is very easy to use and mobile optimised. For more insights about our Portal, please see the attached images. If you are interested, please talk to me on Skype (i.e. authentic.sols) or share me yours and I would love to help you increasing your sale. We are giving first month completely Free and no Credit Card is required for Signups as well.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Hi Jason! Maggie, a Shopify Partner here :)
Make sure to send emails regularly, ideally 2-3 times a week. Avoid sending offers all the time, as it can be boring. Make sure to add value to your customers with a content they might find useful - just like you do with social media marketing. Send a blog post / article you found online and you know your subscribers will like.
Keep the ratio at 40% promotional content, 60% curated content [shared from other sources]. People will appreciate you are not only sending emails to sell [it is easy for them to unsubscribe if they find your emails too intrusive or no useful], so it's important to keep the content varied. Also don't make your subject lines too sales-y [words like FREE, sale, final sale, only today trigger spam checker in most of email accounts and your email may be going straight to a junk mail]. Hope it helps!
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Thank you Maggie it does. So interact with my customers instead of just looking at them "as customers"? What keywords do you suggest I could use in subject title to catch their attention, instead of having them just delete? I also want to say rockpapercopy is an awesome thing your doing. I dont have much cash to invest now but would like to later in the future. I think I could definitely use your services here in the soon future. Thanks again Maggie in advance.
Thank you for a lovely comment - why not subscribe to my newsletter to stay in touch and see how I phrase the subject lines ;)
The best practice is to tell about what's in the email, instead of promoting what's in the email. Be straightforward, not pushy. Believe it or not, an email with a subject line [X company newsletter] gets better responses than [10% OFF only today - shop now!]. Really :)