You can access here some of the data we collect on Rainbow ecommerce marketing strategy, on their Email, Ads, Landing pages channels, on top of some of the marketing softwares they're using on their eshop.
They have a very solid email marketing strategy - as their Average Spam score is excellent since it's -5,1 (Spam score is a measure of how likely an email is to be considered spam by a spam filter. The higher the score, the more likely the email is to be considered spam.). Also, a point regarding to subject lines - Emails usually have a better open rate while keeping the subject lenght below 36. Here, as it's 29 characters, they're doing very good, that's exactly where we see a good open rate correlation. Kudos to the Rainbow team!
If we take a look at their Ecommerce Marketing Stack, the main Email Marketing software (or ESP) they're using seems to be Shopify (as main of the emails we tracked were sent directly from Shopify - whether on transactionnal emails or via Shopify Email app).
We display here a overview of Rainbow email marketing strategy - along with other brands from the Fashion industry. Amongst their last emails sent, one of them was 'Customer account confirmation'.
One interesting note as well, about their whole domain reputation and SEO - their Authority Domain Ranking is 62 on https://www.rainbowshops.com/. This is excellent - and hard to achieve, as it takes time, consistent SEO work and a solid SEO strategy.
So we present you all this marketing data gathered by our platform, Panoramata, the best ecommerce intelligence platform.
Average subject lenght
With their average of
characters, they're above the limit and should consider to shorten their subject line. Here's one good reason - usuallyy, subject lines that long are not shown entirely on email clients on desktop or mobile. And what's good on saying something that will never be read?
characters, they're right within the sweet spot, which is good! It basically says that you have enough characters to express yourself, but at the same time it will show up entirely on email clients. Just the right amount of characters you want for your own brand!
characters, which is rare - but it means that they have actually more space to express themselves and share their brand values.
Why does this matter? Well, for open rates. Keep it short - on average, you should aim for 16 characters. We consider that above 12 is good, and below 24 is great.
Average email size
Why does this matter? Well, for open rates as well - and especially to avoid the Promotions tab and to be less categorized as spam. The lower, the best.
Average spam score
We use Spam Assassin, the main platform used by email providers to score spam. Below 0, you're safe ie. not considered as spam. Below -2, you're great. If you're above 0, you'll likely to be categorized as spam.
gets a score of
. What does that mean exactly for their email marketing strategy ?
Well, as stated, it's good! Any score below 0 generally means that the email will not be categorized as spam, especially the ones below -2 - it's a great score, one you want to keep because it helps a lot the deliverability of your emails!
It's good! It means that their email are not headed to the spam folder. However, a score below -2 would be considered even better.
Well, "oops". It's not that good, they're at a level where it could impact their email deliverability.
Does it means they're in the spam folder every time? No. The considered treshhold to be considered spam 100% of the time depends on a lot of factor (generally, consider that a score of 5 means that you end up there every time). Being between 0 and 5 means that it could happen though.
Usual sending provider
Most common words
confirmation - account - Customer
Emoji use in subject lines
Most popular emojis
Average Weekly Emails vs. Industry
Average Daily Ads and Time Running vs. Industry
Customer account confirmation
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