We are highly experienced and obtain higher than industry average open rates on our campaigns ...


Force 4 Computing are highly experienced in designing and sending on your behalf responsive, marketing email campaigns.  They render very well, on any device used.


We can manage your contact lists, via a sign up form if required.  We can personalise your campaigns and include a pre-header to be more effective, and include any social media and unsubscribe links.

We then track and produce reports so you can see how successful your campaign performed.  These include statistics such as the percentage open rates, click throughs and bounces (please see meanings below).


Force 4 send email campaigns from our own dedicated IP address, which means Force 4 build their own reputation and your email is much more likely to get to your intended recipient.  Most email marketing companies will send your campaign with a shared IP address, which are likely to be ruined by other senders sending spam.


Delivery rates are also significantly improved as we configure domain keys and SPF records on your own domain from which we mail out from, on your behalf.


Force 4 are proud to say that their email campaigns have a much higher than industry average open rate (of 21.71%), our average is 36.5%!


An idea of our pricing ...


If artwork is supplied for the mailing:  £30-50 per campaign (no maximum contacts)

F4 to design artwork in-house: price on application, please get in touch for a no obligation quotation.


What is an “Open rate”?

This is a contact who has opened your newsletter at least once, and has accepted to download its content (including images).


You have to distinguish between "openings" (which can be multiple) and "unique openings".


What is a “Click through rate”?


This is a contact who clicked at least once on a link in your newsletter.


What is a "Bounce"?


The term "bounce" refers to a message that has failed to be delivered and resulted in an error message. There are two types of bounces: "soft bounces" (ex: the recipient's server is unavailable or their inbox is full) and "hard bounces" (ex: non-existent address or blocked email address).


Note: Force 4 Computing automatically blacklists contacts that result in hard bounces.


What is the "Click-to-Open Rate"?

The click-to-open rate of your campaign is your contacts' number of clicks divided by the number of openers. There are three kind of rates that will allow you to analyse your campaign's effectiveness.

The click rate is the one you must maximise: It directly represents your campaign's effectiveness.


This means that the click-to-open rate represents the effectiveness of your e-mail's content: Whether it's interesting and relevant to your contacts.


What is the Heat Map?


The Heat Map shows the "hot" and "cold" areas of your email. Hot areas had the most activity and Cold had the opposite. You will never get the same number of clicks on each of your links. This difference may be due to your links and the interest that your readers on them, or even the arrangement of your newsletter: some areas being more visible than others.

The Heat Map is very useful for learning what your contacts like and how to improve your marketing efforts. For example, you can work on areas of your email that have not been successful, and use links in areas with more activity, etc.


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