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Which email marketing feature that doesn't exist do you wish for?
What is your wildest email feature dream?
Don't know about wildest but it'd be great if a tool could tell me if the email got delivered to anything other than the primary inbox of the recipient.
Mmmmm interesting. There are actually a few things you could do to tell, like send the email to a test group of a few people you know or that work in your organization and then see where did your email reach. Other than that the things you do so your email won't reach the spam folder are the same things you would do in order for it to reach the primary inbox, you can check those out here: http://www.activetrail.com/blog-marketing-en/e-mail-marketing/10-things-you-should-do-so-your-emails-dont-end-up-in-spam
Ad Sense in my emails
Good one, first time I hear about it.
Google doesn't allow it for the meantime and maybe it's for the better, as I believe it will turn most emails to being mostly spam.
I mentioned this because I was in discussion with Google about it in Malaysia. It would have to be used carefully for sure.
EDM is the most important traffic source for my shop site.
Maybe advanced content - embedding video, contact form, payment gateway or something. So users can opt-in to your offer or make a purchase without even clicking out of their email.
Else, maybe a more "Live Chat" type feel to email, so when you send a mass email blast, clients can just chat with you directly and know you'll respond instantly.
Never thought about those before, would be kinda insane really.
Automated testing - for a given user, why can't the ESP tell me which time, subject line, content is going to be most effective that day? This exists for landing pages but not emails to my knowledge.
A plugin that allow sending e-mail without attachments to a random person that also has installed the plugin. I'd love to see the results of such a social experiment (and be amazed if it doesn't end out the way as chat roulette did).
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