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Using Email Marketing To Boost Social Presence PDF Print E-mail
Written by eMarketer   
17 Aug 2010
Driving recipients to social sites is top objective

A majority of email marketers are now making efforts to integrate social media into their campaigns. An April 2010 survey by interactive and email marketing agency eROI found that two-thirds of US marketers were doing so, and June 2010 research from StrongMail, a provider of email and social media marketing solutions, put the number who had integrated social and email, or planned to this year, at 71% worldwide.

But the vast majority are still focusing on the basics rather than more sophisticated techniques for integration.

More than seven in 10 business executives surveyed around the world said they were promoting their Twitter, Facebook or other social presence in their email marketing messages.

That was even more prevalent than facilitating recipients to share messages socially (63%).


eROI found a slightly smaller proportion of US marketers using “share with your network” buttons earlier this year, at 59.1%.

That study found Facebook was the favorite for integration with email efforts.
More than nine in 10 marketers who combined social and email used Facebook in their campaigns; nearly as many used Twitter. Fewer than half of marketers integrated LinkedIn with their email programs.


Email marketing software firm GetResponse  analyzed emails sent by small and midsize businesses in spring 2010 and found they were likewise focused on Facebook and Twitter, almost to the exclusion of all other services.

About three-quarters linked to Facebook in their messages, while half linked to Twitter.

Fewer than 10% integrated any other social sites with their email campaigns.

29 July 2010
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