People love amazing photos. It inspires them to visit, reminds them of past trips, and provide a quick pause from…well…everything.
It’s why Instagram feeds are full of amazing photos.
It’s why YouTube videos are getting more and more cinematic.
It’s why Facebook and Twitter posts do so well with a glossy pic.
And then, there’s email.
Email + Content?
We know a lot of things about email.
So what does a campaign look like that combines the power of great photos with the effectiveness of email?
The other day, I got this an email in my inbox from Purgatory with the subject line:
“See Last Night’s Sunset”
This is a subject line that seemed primed to pull that 1-2 punch I mentioned above, so let’s follow where it led me.
1) A Simple, Four-Part Email
When I opened the email, I wasn’t overwhelmed with a dozen options. The first block promoted all of summer, the second block promoted what I opened the email to see – sunsets – with a link to “see photos.”
An event calendar and promo box rounded out the template (and notice which offer that promo box is highlighting).
2) A Short Blog Post
Notice four things about this blog post.
Content + Email
I love this simple combination of content/social strategy with the effectiveness of email.
The content was simple, beautiful, and neatly aligned to their key message (the Room to Roam special) at every step of the visitor’s journey to increase the likelihood that folks would come for the content and stay for some shopping.
Nice work, Purgatory.
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