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The Best and Worst Times to Send an Email [Infographic]

Discussion in 'Resources & Success Stories' started by Blue Wren, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. Blue Wren

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  2. johno69

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    Great info. Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. theseoconsultant

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    Thanks for sharing that mate; I'm going to have to bookmark this for coming back to in the new year.
     
  4. DnEbook

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    it was the best of times ........it was the worst of times
     
  5. findtim

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    thanks, its exactly what we do here as we have recurring invoices.

    we NEVER email an invoice on a monday or thursday, friday unless the person has asked for it, our invoicing days are tue/wed.

    monday has the weekend spam, thursday is retail money making day and friday they don't care so you get lost till monday and then you are lost forever.

    we NEVER email before 11am , as people are dealing with the overnight spam thus why your infogram says 8am and 9 am are peak times but they are NOT GOOD times... your email could get missed, we prefer 1pm to send invoices, the person is at lunch/back from lunch or doesn't have lunch but has now got time. Retail people normally check emails again after they have lunch

    as for marketing we use interspire email marketing, not saying its the best, but i know it now so i just stick with it, its well and truly paid for itself.

    i can see everyone got the email, when they opened it, HOW MANY times they opened ( this is GOLD, because i know they are pondering my offer if they open it 3 times, so then i pick up the phone and bring in the sale ).

    anyway, just thought i'd share what works for us.

    tim