Today, you’re going to read Swiggy Email Marketing case study. See how Swiggy (a food ordering and delivery company) turns email into a gold mine.
(Including lots of real-life examples)
So if you are an ecommerce business and want to know:
– What emails you need to send.
– How to write email copy.
– And ultimately generate more sales.
You’ll love this case study and beautiful emails. Let’s dive right in:
1. Birthday Email
Suppose you get a message in your inbox saying, “Got a birthday? Get a birthday present!”
Will you open it?
I bet you’ll do.
I received this email from Swiggy just a few days back. It asked me to tell them when my birthday is and they’ll send me a gift.
Every one love surprises and gifts on their birthdays. Birthday emails (with some incentive) show that you care about your subscribers and customers.
2. Offer Email
I won’t be wrong if I say, “Offers make your business.”
An irresistible offer encourages to take the desired action.
See this email that I received:
3. Coupon Code Email
Are you a coupon lover?
A number of users love using coupons. So keep sending interesting coupons to your users.
Swiggy regularly provides coupons that you redeem online or in app.
4. Time Sensitive Special Discount
Put a special offer or discount in your email and make it time sensitive. Use words like “Limited time discount”, “Last Chance”, “Today Only”, “Few Hours Only” etc.
In this email, they provide flat 50% offer but make it time sensitive (Happy Hours). Great job! Take a look:
5. Curiosity Subject Line
Try to put some curiosity in your email subject line to entice your users to read your message. Curiosity helps to drive some attention.
Take a look at these subject lines:
6. Festival Perks
Is the Holiday or Festive season around the corner? This is the season to boost your numbers, baby!
Give your customers some perks and incentives. They’ll appreciate it.
In this email, Swiggy wishes Merry Christmas and asks to reveal some delicious offers. See here:
7. Tell Stories In Email
Storytelling is a great way to deliver your message and make a human connection with your customers.
Put some video, customer success stories, or convey a story through your email copy which appeals.
Swiggy places an emotional video in their email:
8. Re-engagement Email
Do you have in-active users or subscribers?
Re-engage these folks.
Reignite the flame by sending “miss you emails” and you’ll get a number of users back.
Recently I uninstalled the Swiggy app and they sent me a series of re-engagement emails. They ask me to give their app another shot.
Take a look:
9. Share Memories with Users
We love to remember our good memories.
It’s your users who’ve made you are your company what it is today. So it’s always good to share your good memories with them.
Check out this email:
10. What’s New?
Got something new for your users? Do tell them.
Use a subject line that says something like. “Something new inside!” or, “something new for you.” – It tells your customers that something is waiting inside the email.
See how Swiggy does a great Job with their subject line “We’ve got something new for you!”
11. Add Little Humor
Don’t make your emails sound like a robot sent it. Mix some humor or crack some joke in your email copy and make them smile.
Read the below email, sounds interesting?
12. Loyalty Reward Email
Your loyal customers are the core of your business. They are your brand advocates. You must treat them with love.
Delight your old customers with a special offer, referral program or reward points. They will appreciate your gesture.
13. Thank You Email
These two words have immense power: Thank You.
Show your genuine gratitude to your customers because you exist because of them.
Swiggy writes from the heart in this email and thanks to their customers for helping them to make the impossible possible.
14. Company Anniversary
Is it your company’s anniversary? Let your customers know and take this opportunity to connect with them.
In this email, Swiggy invites their customers to play a quiz “SWIGGY BURPDAY QUIZ” on their 4th anniversary. Sounds fun, right?
15. Leverage the Power of Footer
Use the footer of email right. Place social sharing and social media profile buttons here.
Do you have mobile app? Place your play store and app store link in the footer.
See how Swiggy uses the footer:
So those are some email examples Swiggy send to its subscribers
Now I’d like to hear from you…
Which of these emails have you tried before? Or maybe you have a question.
Either way, let me know by leaving a quick comment below right now.