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Email Strategy and Privacy Compliance

Chicago, IL

Email inboxes are a fiercely competitive space. Yet marketers who understand the creative and technical aspects of email can win the attention and loyalty of customers

Over two days, this limited size class will cover the best strategies in creating engaging email campaigns that also meet privacy, compliance and security requirements.

Not only will you leave with practical insights for honing your email message, but you’ll also gain knowledge on marking strategy, data capture and management, maximizing engagement, testing, analysis, global legislation requirements and more.


Pricing

Early Bird (Before 04/08/20)Standard Price
AMA Member$1395$1495
Non-Member$1745$1869

You’ll Learn How to:

  • Collect, manage and grow a high quality, engaged and responsive contact list
  • Set and achieve business goals
  • Create messaging that is relevant, personalized and actionable
  • Use best practices for segmentation, personalization and automation
  • Increase email marketing effectiveness and get results that matter
  • Get from insecure to secure, detailed steps and understanding of the technology required
  • Work with your security team and getting IT on board
  • Identify common threats and reduce their potential impact
  • Navigate global privacy laws including GDPR, CASL, CCPA, GDPL and more
  • Position your organization to be a privacy leader

Who Should Attend

AMA Training Series events are small in size and include skill exercises so you more personalized learning and a chance to connect with other professionals like you.

This specific class will benefit any marketer who uses email marketing for their business including Email Marketing Specialists, Managers, Directors and Senior Leadership.


AMA Event Policies

Thursday, May 7

Hot Breakfast and Registration

We’ll kick off the day with breakfast. You’ll also be provided with lunch and breaks throughout the day.

Part 1: Email Strategy: Plan for Success

  • Hard Metric Goals
  • Soft Metric Goals
  • Success Indicators

Exercise: What are your Goals?

Part 2: Data: A Marketer’s Goldmine

  • List Strategy Goals
  • List Growth Barriers
  • Types of Data Collection Forms
  • Data Management Options

Exercise: Where to Collect Data

Part 3: The Email Message

  • The Three Stages of the Email Experience
  • Copy, Images, and Buttons Best Practices
  • Animation and Video Best Practices
  • Landing Pages
  • Mobile Optimization

Exercise: Favorite Emails: An Analysis

Part 4: Delivering Relevance

  • Personalization
  • Segmentation
  • Lead Nurturing

Exercise: Improving Relevance

Part 5: Automations

  • Types of Automation
  • Triggers
  • Frequency and Cadence

Part 6: QA & Testing

  • HTML Testing
  • Inbox Preview Testing
  • Spam Testing
  • A/B and Multivariate Testing

Exercise: Testing Wishlist

Part 7: Metrics, Benchmarks & Analytics

Part 8: ROI

  • ROI Rules
  • How to Improve ROI

Part 9: Email Resources

Part 10: Future of Email

Friday, May 8

Hot Breakfast

Part 1: Email Legislation (Primer)

  • CAN-SPAM
  • CCPA
  • CASL
  • GDPR

Exercise: Data Collection Review

Part 2: Choosing the Right Platform

  • What do you have?
  • What do you need?
  • How to Find the Right Vendor

Exercise: RFP Question Builder

Part 3: Email Setup

  • IPv4 vs IPv6
  • Subdomains
  • Authentication
    • SPF
    • DKIM
    • DMARC
    • BIMI

Exercise: Authentication Walkthrough and Review

Part 4: List Building

  • First party best practices
  • Third party best practices

Exercise: List Building

Part 5: Deliverability

  • Bounces (Soft vs Hard)
  • Spam Traps
  • Complaints
  • Remediation

Exercise: Data Review

Part 6: Email Filtering

  • Content
  • Filtering
  • Blacklisting

Exercise: Data Analysis and Content Testing

Part 7: Metrics, Benchmarks & Analytics

  • Isolating and identifying issues
  • Identifying what you should care about
  • Do open rates matter?

Part 8: Email Resources

Part 9: Future of Email Delivery

Adam Q. Holden-Bache

Director of Email Marketing, Enventys Partners

Adam Q. Holden-Bache is the author of “How to Win at B2B Email Marketing: A Guide to Achieving Success.” His book guides readers through all aspects of an email marketing program, including strategy, data, design, delivery, testing and analysis.

Holden-Bache currently serves as Director of Email Marketing at Enventys Partners. He oversees the email marketing strategy with the objective of meeting and exceeding internal and client marketing goals. Before Enventys Partners, Adam spent 19 years as CEO of Mass Transmit, an award-winning email marketing agency.

Matthew Vernhout

Director of Privacy, 250ok

Matthew Vernhout is a digital messaging industry veteran and Certified International Privacy Professional (Canada) (CIPP/C) with nearly two decades of experience in email marketing. Vernhout is 250ok’s Director of Privacy, the Vice Chair of the Email Experience Council (eec), director at large with the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE) and the founder of the Canadian Email Summit. He is a trusted industry expert, recognized as the 2019 EEC thought-leader of the year, speaking frequently at email marketing and technology conferences around the globe, and maintaining his celebrated blog, EmailKarma.net.

Training Series Location

AMA Support Center
130 E. Randolph St., 22nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 312.542.9000

The AMA Support Center is right in the heart of Chicago. We’re nestled between Millenium Park and the Chicago River meaning you are just steps away from premier hotels, shopping and world-class dining. While you’re at our office, you’ll have access to work cubbies in case you need to step out and take care of something back at your office.

 


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Hyatt Regency Chicago
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Club Quarters
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201 N. State Street
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Homewood Suites Downtown Chicago
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Chicago, IL  60611
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Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 312.357.1200
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Air Travel Discount

The AMA has teamed up with Delta Air Lines to offer a special discount on air travel. Click here to get started. You can also call the Delta Meeting Network at (800) 328-1111 and refer to meeting code NMTSM. There is not a service fee for reservations booked and ticketed via this service.

 


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ADA

The AMA is committed to providing equal access to our meetings for all attendees. If you are an attendee with a disability and require program accommodations, please contact the AMA Support Center at (800) AMA-1150 or customersupport@ama.org. A member of our staff will ensure that appropriate access arrangements are made. If you have specific disability-related needs for your hotel sleeping room, please be sure to communicate those directly to the hotel when you make your reservation. In an effort to provide the highest quality of service to all attendees, we require that details of all access requests be communicated to our office at least 14 days in advance of the beginning of the meeting.

 

 

 

 

Email Strategy and Privacy Compliance