unsubscribes and respecting your audience’s time. When it comes to the email, here’s a before and after of AppSumo’s email templates: Screenshot of before and after of South Korea Phone Number List AppSumo Notice how in the new template Ilona: Made a better header image. Shortened the South Korea Phone Number List copy so it was easier to read. Added a call-to-action button higher up in the text. Added a new South Korea Phone Number List block of content (AppSumo in-house branded videos talking about the product). Watch Ilona explain why she did it in this video: From analyzing

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Subject line High Long vs. short copy High New block of content High Button color Low Fonts Low Watch Ilona explain how to run a successful test: Remember: Isolate one South Korea Phone Number List variable at a time (AppSumo tested clever vs. informational subject lines and found South Korea Phone Number List clever won). Run each test enough times to be significant (at least 500 opens/clicks per South Korea Phone Number List variation and two weeks minimum). Rank-order your tests based on impact. Here’s the Content Prioritization Calculator AppSumo uses to prioritize their tests: Screenshot of

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