Develop 6 Email Campaigns
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $347
- Entries Received: 18
- Winner: fennel
I have a client who needs to drastically alter their email marketing campaign designs and better fine tune call to actions on individual email campaigns to increase performance.
I'm looking for a freelancer or team of freelancers to submit a series of 6 to 10 email marketing designs. You will see the client's original email marketing campaign attached. On a scale of 1-10 - the client's current email campaign is a 2 or 3. Here is their website [url removed, login to view]
We are looking for contest submissions that are VERY high quality, and each specific campaign needs to have a specific theme and call to action that will help increase performance for the company.
Some ideas that might catch people eyes. A theme on lifeguards replacement which saves costs for hotels, etc. ; a theme around saving drowning babies lives (tug at the heartstrings to make the user click), a theme around elderly or disabled drowning, a theme around animals drowning, theme that shows by implementing the product of angeleye first responders won't have to come to the incident and can focus on other issues helping communities be safer over time.
These are some ideas, but we also need you to focus on the types of products. Remember - the email blasts go out to potential customers in the united states of America.
(these are words from the client below)----
"These types of emails go out to aquatics professionals (pool operators, risk managers, and aquatic facility designers) to encourage them to use our product to increase swimmer safety in active swimming pools. 3,500 people die each year in the US from drowning in pools; another 14,000 are involved in submersion incidents that require hospital care. Our product seeks to reduce those staggering numbers and we visit all of the trade shows (pool and safety), so we send out a fair number of email and social posts."
"I’ve attached an example of an email blast created in MailChimp that I simply don’t like. I’ve got about 10-15 of these that we do a month and I need to make them better, both from a design and a performance standpoint."
“Great work. ”
Huskyman, United States.