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Labor Day is Monday, Sept. 3 — only a few weeks away. That means it’s time to prepare for long-weekend sales and events.

It’s never too late (or too early) to line up your campaigns for the unofficial end of summer. Here are some subject lines we’ve seen, divided by trend or theme.

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Here are some more subject lines to adapt to your own business:

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Spend the 3-day weekend treating yourself
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Labor Day savings just landed in your inbox
The best Labor Day deals are right here
Don’t leave town without checking out these deals!

Labor Day is one of the biggest shopping days (and weekends) of the year. Just because it’s a holiday doesn’t mean your email marketing should stop working overtime.

Join 140,000 small business ownersGet expert tips and email inspiration delivered to your inbox every two weeks.

Editor’s note: This article was originally published in September 2011. It has been updated and rewritten for accuracy and relevance.

© 2018, Contributing Author. All rights reserved.

The post 35 subject line ideas for your Labor Day sale appeared first on VerticalResponse Blog.

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Before it hit shelves, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby was almost titled The High-Bouncing Lover.

Doesn’t have the same ring to it, huh?

Writing your email subject line is a lot like choosing a book title: You have to get it right, or people may never open it — no matter how fantastic the content is inside.

In fact, 35% of email recipients admit to opening email based on the subject line alone, according to research from Online Marketing Summit.

So how do you write
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the can’t-wait-to-open subject line, and not the straight-to-trash-folder version?

While there’s no single formula for an ideal email subject line, the following 7 battle-tested guidelines will get you pretty close to perfect. They can help you make your messages more appealing to your subscribers.

Apply them to your email subject lines, and you could be the next Fitzgerald of the inbox.

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Email subject line rule #1: advanced personalization
The following emails arrived in my inbox during a 24-hour window. "Marijana - (1) new message: We owe you flight deals under 150 from your home airport" 
Eventbrite Picks: "Marijana's Weekly Event Guide"
Just Eat Ireland 2: "Marijana, fancy finding a new flavour?"
Collision: "Time is running out, Marijana⌛"
parkrun Ireland News: "Marijana, your weekly dose of parkrun positivity!"
mytaxi: "Marijana, upgrade your profile to a business account!"

Did any of them make me feel special? Not particularly.

Variations of “Hello !firstname_fix” have become the norm in email marketing, not the outlier. Because of that, it’s losing its effectiveness. You can still use name personalization, but you also want to think about going a step further. At AWeber, we recommend segmenting your audience and sending each segment tailored messages with unique subject lines.

“You can craft an open-worthy email by appealing to an individual’s self interests. People enjoy emails relevant to their wants and needs,” says Shayla Price, a B2B marketer who has launched email strategies for businesses like Leadpages and Shopify Plus.

Here are some ways to do just that:

Ask questions on your sign up form.
Then use that information in your email subject lines. For example, if you write a fashion blog, you can ask your subscriber for his or her favorite color when they sign up to your mailing list. Then, you can send them emails based off their color choice — like “15 gorgeous dresses under $50.”
Send location-based emails.
Traveling to a conference? Speaking at an event? Meet up with your subscribers in different cities. “We’re in next week! See you there?”
Retarget subscribers.
Did a subscriber abandon a product in his or her shopping cart? You could send an email like “Forget something? Here’s a 20% off coupon!” Or did a subscriber not follow through on an action, like registering for your webinar or workshop? Use that info to tailor their next message. “Only 12 hours to sign up for !”

Related: The Top 7 Questions Everyone Has about Email List Segmentation
Email subject line rule #2: directness
Skip the wit, wordplay, humor, rhymes, or puns in your subject lines.*

Stick with straightforward headlines instead. These “boring” subject lines convert extremely well. That’s because they explain the value inside the email. The readers know exactly what to expect from the message and the benefits they’ll receive from opening it.

In fact, here at AWeber, we analyzed our subject line data and found that direct subject lines outperform the more creative ones by an average of 541%.

Here are some examples of straightforward email subject lines:

“ Newsletter: July”
“Exclusive workshop invitation from ”
“Our 10 Most Popular Biceps Workouts”
“The best brownie recipe you'll ever taste."

But there’s one catch: Your messages have to consistently provide value. If your messages fall short of their promised value, your subscribers will feel cheated. Then, good luck getting them to open your messages moving forward. 

However, if your emails are constantly packed with important, personalized content, your audience will open your emails — no matter what the subject line says.

*When your readers trust you and are opening your emails on a regular basis, go ahead and add wit, wordplay, humor, rhymes, or puns to your subject lines! You’ve earned it.
Email subject line rule #3: FOMO
Fear of missing out — FOMO — is a powerful psychological driver of email opens and engagement. Email subject lines that create a sense of urgency, scarcity, and exclusivity can boast a 22% higher open rate, according to the Email Institute.

We recently used this technique for our launch of 24/7 Email Marketing Master Class.  

Liz from AWeber: "You have one day left to sign up for Master Class!"

And it worked! We saw 5% higher open rates than our regular broadcasts to the same list, and we saw a surge in class enrollments before the deadline, too.

We used the FOMO method in a slightly different way for AWeber's Beyond the Podcast Virtual Summit, as well. Here, we touted our active community of podcasters leading up to the event. We asked subscribers to join the group and sign up for the summit.

Beyond the Podcast Summit: "750+ podcasters in the Facebook community. Join them!"

Here are some other examples you can swipe:

Your ends at midnight
Today only: order your favorites with free shipping
You’re missing out on
Only 20 spots left at
Urgent: Your subscription is expiring
This weekend only! Get before it’s gone!

Email subject line rule #4: curiosity
There’s a reason most television season finales end with cliffhangers: Humans crave nice-and-neat endings. So when you don't give it to them, they're unsettled. They have to know what happens next, and they’ll tune in the next season for closure.

Use this craving to your advantage. Fuel your subscribers to open your emails by injecting curiosity into your subject lines. You can ask a question:

Jo at Copy Hackers: "Are you missing these 3 copy techniques?"
Men's Health Daily Dose: "Will Creatine Boost Your Gains?"

Or promise an answer inside your message:

Jessica Stansberry: "You should be going live ___ times per month! "
Sophie Gray: "This is the ONLY Reason You Should Workout"

Or tease a surprise, giveaway, or gift:

AWeber Blog: "We made free summer GIFs for you!"

Or make readers say "huh?!"

Chubbies: "Sincerely, future Dwight"
Really Good Emails: "Emails can be tasty "

Email subject line rule #5: character length
How long should your email subject line be?

No one can agree.

Litmus recommends around 50 characters. Yes Lifecycle Marketing says emails with subject line up to 20 characters have ethe highest average open rate, unique click rate, and click-to-open rate. An analysis from Retention Science found that subject lines with 6 to 10 words results in the highest open rates. And Return Path advises using 61 to 70 characters.

So in reality . . . it depends. (Sorry, I know that’s no one’s favorite answer.) Every industry is different.

But here are some important things to keep in mind when you’re testing various subject line lengths — no matter what industry you’re in:

Do most people open your emails on desktop or mobile? Email messages opened on a mobile device have nearly doubled over the past 5 years, while emails opened on an internet browser have dropped 26% in that same timeframe, according to a study from Return Path. If you find your list trending toward mobile, too, then aim for short email subject lines (35 characters or less). (Not sure how your audience reads your emails? Services like Litmus and Email on Acid can track which devices your subscribers are reading their emails on.)
Is your preheader text cut off? If so, will your subject line still make sense without it?
Are there words you can cut to be more concise or clear?
Is your message clear and direct?

Email subject line rule #6: spam triggers
Email spam filters are triggered by specific words, phrases, and symbols in your subject line and email content. AWeber uses a content filtering tool called SpamAssassin™ to help you avoid content filtering. This tool is widely used by ISPs to filter incoming email.

By clicking on that score you can instantly view the content in your messages that are triggering the SpamAssassin™ ruleset.

So what some words, phrases, and symbols that are red flags to spam filters? Here's a list:

Excessive punctuation like multiple exclamation points!!!!!!! or ellipses ……...
Symbols like “$$$” and “*****”
Phrases like “cheap,” “cash off,” “incredible deal,” “satisfaction,” “winner”

For an even longer list of common spam trigger words, check out this list by HubSpot.

Also, as many as 69% of email recipients report email as spam based solely on the subject line. Make sure your subject line doesn’t come across as spammy to your subscriber, too. This will happen if your subject line is deceiving in any way, such as leading with “RE:” when it’s not an actual reply to an email.
Email subject line rule #7: emojis
In a busy inbox, an emoji (or a special character, like a carat ^, hashtag #, or tilde ~) can stand out. In fact, emojis may increase your open rates by 56%, reports Experian.

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While the AWeber content team hasn't seen a rise in open rates whenever we use emojis in our messages, we do continue to use them every so often to pack a punch or to shorten a subject line.  For instance, we might use a ðŸ’¡ instead of writing out the word lightbulb to keep the entire subject line visible on mobile devices.

On the flip side, some brands — like Product Hunt, a website that curates the best new technology — use emojis in all their subject lines, which makes them recognizable in the inbox over time. When you see an emoji, you know it's probably Product Hunt.

Some emojis look very different from one Internet Service Provider (ISP) to the next. So don't forget to test your emails in various ISPs like Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo!, too. Here are 3 Ways to Test Your Emails Before Hitting 'Send.'

If you choose to use emojis, beware: Emoji usage in marketing messages is on the rise. It's increased at an annual growth rate of more than 775 percent over the last few years, according to mobile marketing automation company Appboy. So your emoji may not stand out as much as you'd like.

And almost 1 out of 3 people don't appreciate emojis in email subject lines.

Our advice: Test them with your readers. See if your readers act positively to emojis through increased open rates.
Your Takeaways
There's no single formula for writing perfect subject lines. But if you mix-and-match these 7 subject line rules, you'll be able to optimize your open rates over time and come up with a formula that works extremely well with your audience.

Use personalization in your subject lines. Variations of “Hello !firstname_fix” are fine, but take it a step further with segmentation. That way, you can send highly targeted emails to an engaged audience.
Be straightforward. It can be tempting to be witty or punny in your subject lines, but until you have the trust of your audience and consistently high open rates, stick with directness instead.
Tap into a subscriber's FOMO. Create a sense of urgency, scarcity, and exclusivity in your subject lines.
Give readers a cliffhanger. Play into their curiosity. Make them want to open to find out the answer!
Test different character lengths. Short, long, somewhere in between — see what works best with your audience and on which devices they're opening your emails on. (More and more people are opening emails on mobile devices. If your audience is doing the same, keep your subject lines around 35 characters or less.)
Avoid spam triggers. Keep a list of common words, phrases, and symbols that get stuck in spam filters, and use an ESP like AWeber that gives you a Spam Score for every message.
Be careful with emojis. You can use them to shorten email subject lines or to pack a punch — but make sure your audience actually likes them . Test subject lines with and without them, and make sure they appear correctly across various devices and ISPs.

Tell us in the comments — what was your The Great Gatsby — a.k.a. the bestseller —  of your email subject lines?The post Your Guide to Writing the World’s Best Email Subject Lines appeared first on Email Marketing Tips.

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7 Mistakes Made on Facebook Business Pages
Mistakes on your business page can be fixed. It’s pretty clear that just about every business needs to be using Facebook. This means a Facebook Business Page. Depending on your product and/or service, you will set up a specific type of business page. Don’t make the mistake of promoting your business on your Facebook Personal Profile. Of course, you can talk about your business BUT the personal profile is not for marketing your business on a regular basis.

Here are 7 mistakes w
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e see all the time with Facebook Business Pages:

The page is not set up to look professional. Be sure your Banner looks professional. Your profile picture should be sized properly and have the name of the business. Try adding video to the Banner or change it up regularly. Great space to promote a special you are running. Be sure you fill in ALL the sections with information. The About section, Your Story, all of these should have complete information. Go through the entire process and be sure to add your hours (if appropriate), and all company info. Add a description, take advantage of all places to accentuate what your business is all about. If you want people to Call you, include your phone number in your professional banner. Add a Call to Action button that is appropriate for your business. Allow Messages if someone will be watching them. Add Reviews if it is available (not available to all business types).
You are posting too often. Less is more. The only type of business that might post daily is a restaurant that has daily specials. Think about how much stuff you see in your Newsfeed every day. If you are posting too much, people will stop following you. They may even unlike your page. 2-3 times per week for most businesses is great. Mix-up the times of day and days of the week so you can see what works best.
Post content is boring. What are you posting? Motivational quotes are great but not appropriate more than every now and then. People are being motivated to death on social media. Think about providing value. Are you sharing your blogs? How about other articles? If you are a geographical business, i.e. dentist, restaurant, lawyer, doctor, etc., why not post articles written by others in your profession? If they are not in your city, town, region, go ahead, share the love. Do not SELL all the time. Running specials or discounts is great but not every post. You want to provide interesting information. Are you a real estate professional? How about tips on how to buy, how to sell, your local market. Where to eat, traffic, weather, you get it. If you are a professional, enlighten about different subjects, i.e. 5 things to do if you are in an auto accident, 3 things to ask before choosing a medical doctor, etc. Follow local news (stay away from political or highly controversial). Holidays are great too.
You aren’t using pictures and video. Use pictures with every post. Do NOT use Google Free Photos. There are royalty-free sites you can use. Here are a few; Pixabay, Pexels, Unsplash and Burst/Spotify. If you are adding a link to your post, add the photo first and then the link. Use video in your posts. Maybe you have video testimonials from clients. Perhaps you can video an employee on their anniversary. Create videos, can be animated or whiteboard.
You are not using hashtags. Do you check to see what is trending each day? Are you using consistent hashtags that relate to your company’s product or service? How about your location, i.e. #lasvegas. In addition to hashtags, are you tagging other businesses with the @ symbol? It’s so important to follow other businesses that might have similar customers. I am not speaking of direct competitors. Think about what businesses are in your area that makes sense to connect to on Facebook. Like them as your Facebook business page. Remember my blog on “Today is #NationalSomethingDay“?
You aren’t Boosting posts. We know that Facebook keeps working on making things more relevant to users. Engagement is key. It is definitely a Pay to Play when it comes to your Facebook business posts. You need to boost some of them. Use different demographics and see what works best. Be mindful of compliance for your industry and laws. If you are looking for labor, be sure to include all ages and male and female in the demographics. Facebook is changing the criteria for demographics. You must follow industry, state and federal laws when marketing/boosting on Facebook. Also Facebook’s guidelines for advertising. Be sure and look at your Insights so you know how to tweak for better results.
Bad spelling and grammar. Yes, you can take some liberties on social media but English is still English. And Spanish is still Spanish, need I go on? Proofread and use Grammarly if you need to. Make sure your post content is spelled correctly and uses proper grammar (for the most part). You are representing your business. Grammar and spelling matter.

I hope this helps. These are mistakes we encounter every day when looking at Facebook business pages. Stand out from the crowd by not making them.

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I think we can all agree that being a patient in the hospital is pretty nerve-wracking. You’re hooked up to tubes and machines, and a slew of people you don’t know are poking and prodding at you. Now imagine you’re a child. Imagine how much more terrifying it all must be when the world looks 10 times bigger. Well, INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City has just made the experience of being a hospital patient much less scary for kids. In fact, some might even
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say they have fun on their way to the OR.

Thanks to a partnership with local sorority Delta Theta Chi, INTEGRIS doesn’t transport kids back to surgery anymore via hospital beds. Instead, pediatric patients ride in style — in their very own remote control cars.

Image Source: INTEGRIS
INTEGRIS tells Babble that it was a NICU staff member who originally heard of another facility that used toy cars to transport kids back to surgery. Her daughter is affiliated with the sorority, so she floated the idea to them. Apparently, they loved it, and decided to purchase and donate a batch of remote control cars to the hospital as a way to help ease the fears of young patients.

So far, it’s definitely working.

The children hop on in and “drive” themselves over to the operating room (in actuality, a staff member is controlling the car via remote nearby). They even get to listen to their favorite song on the way!

A representative for INTEGRIS tells Babble that the change seen in each child is remarkable. They “seem to wake up better because they are happy and distracted when they get to the OR,” the rep shares. “The OR is a scary place and having the distraction makes it easier for the child and for the health team.”

Image Source: INTEGRIS
The cool cars also make goodbyes with Mom and Dad easier, too. In fact, the representative tells Babble, “On the very first day we had a mother express how anxious and clingy her daughter was, but once she got in the car she told her mom to ‘stay here’ while she drove herself to the OR!”

See ya, Mom!

What more could a parent ask for than to see their child’s fears eased as he or she heads into what could otherwise be a very scary situation? In fact, staff at INTEGRIS say the cars have had a huge impact on the parents, just as much as the kids.

“Sometimes parents are more worried than their children,” says pediatric ENT Paul Digoy, M.D. “Then to see their child being taken into surgery crying and visibly upset, it can be heart-wrenching for them.”

Image Source: INTEGRIS
But Child Life Specialist Ashley Ochs says, “Parents have been vocal about how much better this experience has been compared to past experiences. They’ve been relieved to see their child head to surgery with a smile on their face.”

Although the cars are doing a great job of helping kids relax, they are only a piece of the puzzle, the hospital tells Babble. Staff members also employ other calming methods to ensure that children have the safest and least traumatizing experience possible.

“Using Certified Child Life Specialists help the children cope with the strange and sometime scary situations of being in the hospital,” a rep for INTEGRIS explains. “Child Life works with the children in the pre-op area and gets a sense for how the child will do and tailors her plan from there.”

Image Source: INTEGRIS
The hospital tells Babble that the Child Life Specialists will do things like let the kids safely interact with medical equipment as a form of distraction. They also determine, based on their assessment, if the child should still have a parent accompany them back to the O.R. or not.

“The key is preparation and support, along with the car or other distractions, “ the hospital says. “The car is not a solution on its own, as a child needs preparation and support to aid in a positive experience.”

But it sure looks like the car helps; and even more exciting — more are on their way!

“The story has prompted an outpouring of generosity to INTEGRIS Children’s,” the representative shared with Babble. “Our foundation has secured four more cars and we had a community member call us after and bought one for us! The current cars have a weight limit of 65 lbs. and we have been asked to see if we can larger ones because the older children also want to ride.”

Image Source: INTEGRIS
Even the older kids want in on this fun action! Can you blame them? (And hey, how about us grown-ups too? It sure sounds fun to roll up to that colonoscopy in a convertible, amiright?)

In the end, though, this is an incredibly kind and generous gift for young children who are facing very grown-up situations. Thank you to to Delta Theta Chi and INTEGRIS for helping ease the worries of your tiniest of patients as you work hard to make them better.

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Social media is not just for showing off your selfie-skills anymore.

Many businesses and nonprofits are already out there building awareness and keeping in contact with customers or supporters. You can even curate viable business for your company or organization from Facebook.

Now, with the integration of the Facebook lead ads tool you can create Facebook ads right from Constant Contact, where the lead information is automatically populated into your account and you can market to them using email.

Mixing busine
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ss with social
Social ads are being credited with higher purchase influence, especially among Millennials where it’s the second-most influential paid media.

Using Facebook to collect business leads allows you to target your defined audience, both people and organizations interested in your business, who are willing to share their contact information with you.

One major benefit of Facebook for this purpose is that it supports mobile optimization, and offers the ease of submitting necessary information directly via Facebook. No new tabs, no leaving the Facebook page and no extra hassles. You also have the opportunity to:

Increase signups for newsletters/emails
Grow your newsletter and email signups when contacts are added directly to your subscriber lists.
Pique interest
Make users curious and interested in knowing more about your products and services by giving just enough information that converts them to leads.
Grow event attendance
Increase the number of people interested in attending an event that you may be hosting.

The key to attracting Facebook leads
So, how do you use Facebook to get qualified and ready-to-use Facebook lead ads?

Facebook lead ads are a type of advertisement that allow you to generate leads via Facebook. Did you know, Facebook currently has 2.19 billion active users – and you can easily reach them.

Here’s how it works:

You collect the leads via a customized ad that shows up on Facebook and prompts the reader (of an audience you define) to fill out a brief form based on the promise of more info, content, etc. This way, not only do you fulfill your promise, but you can continue to nurture your relationship with them using email marketing.

Simply put, Facebook lead ads allow you to get your information in front of interested users, who in turn can reach you, say hello and take a step towards building a relationship with you; all that matters from there is how much you continue to nurture that relationship.

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Constant Contact aims to help small businesses target their audience, grab their attention and grow their business with powerful email marketing. The new integration with Facebook lead ads helps your business to connect with and generate leads, and expand.

Target the right audience, reach out to them, make them interested and continue finding new and more customers.

Your potential customers are searching for you on Facebook… Are you there?

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