Ways to reach our customers (or potential customers) there are many, such as social networks, advertising on websites and emails. Perhaps the latter is a little more precise in the sense that we are sure of its reception, but perhaps: if you want hard a minute on the concentration of the reader before being sent to the deleted folder? If your answer is a resounding negative, here are some tips to help you choose the best time for your mails are received well.
Now you qualified the mail, you relax with a coffee and you have the mind to work. It is between 9:30 a.m. to 24:00, and this is a good time for that mail will be welcomed.
After a busy morning, we all have a short break between 12:00 to 14:00 PM, lunch. If you value your lunch, you’ll appreciate the fact that nothing interrupt, so that mail must wait a little longer to be sent.
Between 14:00 to 15:00, after a delicious lunch it’s time to get distracted, or some just beginning to return to work. Whatever the occasion, it is not a good time to send an email promoting a service or product.
Now, all is not lost, your second chance will come between 15:00 to 17:00, where everyone is back at work, they are in good spirits, and if you spent the first opportunity, here you can claim.
When either 17:00 until 21:00, or dream that your mails will be well received. At this time only it seeks to relax and be entertained, so if you don’t provide that, better not bother.
And if for some reason you have set mail between 21:00 to 07:00 am, not only ensure the failure of your mail, but you run the risk of earn the hatred of that potential customer.
So the recipe is ready, verifies your marketing strategy, reviews last writing and spelling of your emails and start planning those emails to be sent at the times where these will have a positive reception.