Everyone has officially jumped on the mobile ordering app bandwagon, and free items or dollars-off are the incentive-of-the-day. Aside from this email being entirely image-based, which definitely puts some people off (that is, if they decide to download the images), this is a decent email with good imagery and call-to-action. If they really wanted to[…]
Great product imagery and a nice little offer to get people in the doors on tax day. The way it’s worded one might think that the tea is free as well, which may cause some guest care issues unnecessarily.
Incredible new product imagery and a great call-to-action to try one for free. This link leads to a form that allows you to select your nearest restaurant and basically take one of the available spots for claiming a voucher to use on a specific day to claim a sandwich. Good message tone, very upbeat, I’m[…]
First off, I think addressing the customer as “Cupcake” in the subject line goes a little too far. This is a great offer and you don’t want to potentially turn off customers with an off subject line. The offer gets somewhat buried in the body copy – use bolder, cleaner font will draw more attention[…]
Great product imagery and offer…but I’m confused why they bury the free latte offer in the small print? The calls-to-action are conflicting with this one. There’s a new product offer, an add-on offer and a free offer. I would focus on one or two offers at most, and physically separate out the offers to make[…]
While a lot of restaurant chains are doing a similar buy one get one for you promotion, I like the layered imagery in this email. Also the text at the top, in case they don’t load the graphics.
Great way to introduce a new menu item, by making an event out of it. I clicked on the link which basically took you to a form showing the remaining “seats” available at your local Corner Bakery on the day they were handing out pancakes. Didn’t make it to the event but I’m sure it[…]
Granted, the subject line is cheesy, but the imagery and taglines are spot on. Not sure why they chose to feature the whoopee pie versus the Panini in the subject line because the Panini is clearly the hero. Well-balanced, with imagery, content, video and offer.
Another hit for Corner Bakery and their new brand positioning/email outreach. Great imagery, bright colors and a compelling message.
Great game day message from Corner Bakery with stellar visuals in their new email format. I would focus this effort by just offering $10 off takeout for tracking purposes, and perhaps test the other Free Small Bruschetta offer in a different part of the country. Something that I like about this email is the text[…]