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Before choosing Yes Marketing as its digital marketing partner, Deluxe deployed solely transactional emails such as order confirmations and shipment tracking. These triggered emails were relevant for customers but did not provide a lot of additional value to the brand. In order to achieve maximum impact through its email initiatives, Deluxe decided to diversify its program and implement marketing messaging.
Deluxe signed on for the Yesmail360 cross-channel platform as a self-serve partner, but Yes Marketing's dedicated account managers immersed themselves in the client’s business. Although customers order new checks every twelve months on average, Yes Marketing recommended sending them highly targeted email promotions that catered to people in various stages of the buying cycle. Per Yes Marketing's strategic guidance, Deluxe delivered follow-up messages to users who didn’t open or click the first emails they received. This enabled the check supplier to increase open rates and boost sales.
Throughout Deluxe’s new initiatives, Yes Marketing provided ‘full-service’ attention.
Product Manager, Deluxe
The Yes Marketing team designed straightforward email creative with clear calls-to-action and a section that showcased add-on products such as deposit tickets and checkbook covers. Deluxe’s new email marketing program also entailed monthly messages to remind customers to order checks (e.g. “Reminder: You May Be Almost Out of Checks!”), as well as holiday promotions for seasonal relevance.
By sending timely emails and including up- and cross-sell content, Deluxe amplified customer engagement and increased revenue. The company achieved an 18.7% average email open rate, higher than the retail/wholesale industry standard of 13.5% noted in Yes Marketing's quarterly email benchmark reports. What’s more, the conversion rate, calculated based on total opens and number of orders, was an impressive 3.9%. For check reorder reminders, this rate was even higher, at 4.6%. In addition, the average order value for purchases made as a result of promotional emails was 7% higher than for status quo orders not generated by email. Ultimately, Deluxe saw a 3.2% increase in revenue due to its new promotional emails.