Landing a sale depends on your offer, how attractive it is to the potential customer, what benefits your offer to your audience etc. If you can find a seller that has an audience that matches what you offer you will get much better results.
You should be able to check the results of your campaign on the autoresponder connected to your landing page or in your website back office, depending on your setup.
Most of the sales come from follow up messages. Try to build a list by setting an opt-in page as your landing page to collect opt-in first and your sales page as a thank you page. Most people decide to buy after 4-5 exposures and most sales come from follow up sequences.
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Low email open rate is usually caused by email spam filters.
If you want to maximize the reach of your email marketing campaigns, you’ll need to do everything possible in order to avoid being flagged as spam.
Here are some best practices to keep your emails from falling into spam folders:
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Hi William, I think above 10% would be considered a good open rate.
It depends very much on your autoresponder's deliverabilty as well.
10 to 14% open rate is about average for me from my list on aweber. I also have a list in Gmail's Gmas and I get about 25% opens.
When I mail from Gmail my messages don't go into the gmail promotional tab.