Infographic: Email Marketing Trends In 2014

December 9, 2013 José Antonio Sánchez

What does the future of email marketing look like? Our latest infographic describes the way marketers have been using email for the past year and how this tactic will evolve in 2014.

Understanding these trends can offer great insight as brands continue to rethink their strategy around one of the oldest (and still most effective) marketing tactics. The visual covers topics from adoption, to open rates, to subject line best practices and predictions for the coming months. See below!

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About the Author

José Antonio Sánchez

José Antonio Sánchez is Director of Marketing at Limelight Platform.

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