Your email content can be the best ever but if people don’t open your emails, the emails might as well be blank.
Two things make recipients click: who it’s from and how appealing the subject line is. In that order. That’s one reason I advise businesses to send their emails from a person (or at least an email that resembles one), not “no-reply@biz.
But how do you make your subject lines more irresistible? How do you inspire clicks and drive them to open your emails? Try these types of emails.
6 Types of the Most Clickable Emails
Think of your own inbox and how many emails you receive during the day. Most of us are on fast delete or swipe when we’re clearing out emails.
COVID-19 Vaccination Tax Credit - We've uploaded the recording from Monday’s webinar to discuss the COVID-19 Vaccination Tax Credit. Click here to view the webinar, plus the White House fact sheet discussed during the event. Furthermore, recordings from our prior Small Business Update events can be found here.
Learn more about available assistance - The U.S. Chamber, as part of its Save Small Business Initiative, has put together this comprehensive list of guides, resources, and tips available for your small business during the pandemic. Start exploring here to see how you can get the help you need.
We love to see our Chamber members making the world a better place!
In recognition of Earth Day, Chamber investor, Swire Coca-Cola, participated in a SOLVE Oregon Spring Clean event at Memorial Park in Wilsonville. Thirteen associates volunteered for nearly 20 hours total collecting litter in the park and around the surrounding neighborhoods.
This is just a small part of Swire’s mission to achieve a world without waste. Swire Coca-Cola, has the goal of being the best corporate citizen everywhere they do business and we’re proud to have them as an integral part of our Chamber!
Online Auction of Faith will fund vital family health and community health efforts Wilsonville, Ore. – In order to continue serving families in need and the broader community, some local churches have pivoted their worship and outreach programs during the COVID pandemic. Wilsonville’s Episcopal Church is a good example. Since March 2020, St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church membership has remained dedicated to meeting community-based needs through the innovative delivery of numerous efforts while they observed safe health practices.
“In scripture, it is abundantly clear that we are called to care for one another. Out of the challenges of this past year, we have experienced unexpected grace when we have stopped and cared for one another.… Read the rest