A recent Jupiter Research survey reveals that only half of large. American Dissatisfaction of companies are satisfied with the responses obtained from their email marketing campaigns. The disappointment of those surveyed may be due to the high. Expectations and high objectives set for this type of strategies. 88% said they expected a response to emails within 24 hours. When, according to another study by Customer Respect Group. Only 18 of the 100 most important companies in the country get. A complete response to their campaigns in less than 48 hours. This point was the one that caused the most disagreements among. The judges of the court. Since some believed that productivity is a serious business parameter.
9% more clicks on email campaigns until march 2003
The average rate of clicks received by email campaigns company data worldwide grew by 8.9% during. The first quarter of the year. According to data published by Double click in its latest report on the sector. Regarding the number of rejected emails. The number decreased by 7.5% during the first three months of the year. Which represented 5.9% of total commercial shipments. In this sense, 53% of rejected texts were. Motivated by a distribution list error in the recipient’s email address. In the opinion of Double click’s Vice President of Strategies. Eric Kirby although spam practices have affected the sector in general. The truth is that a large part of the companies have been. Able to save themselves thanks to the proper functioning of their loyalty policies.
The senate urges the government to work against spam
These optimistic results demonstrate that Phone Number SG consumers are. Distinguishing between Dissatisfaction of messages from legitimate sellers and those that are unsolicited and not allowed. The motion of the Popular Group in which it urges the Government to reinforce existing measures and study new ones in the fight against the sending of unwanted emails, known as spam, prospers when it was accepted on June 10 by the Plenary of the Senate the proposal defended by Senator María Ángeles Orós. Orós stressed that, despite the existing legal measures to prevent these sendings, such as the Information Society Services Law (LSSI), “in the last year and a half there has been a 500% increase in non-public emails.