If you want to use personalization in your subject line and/or email, you would have to use the construct [contact_attribute:FieldName] where FieldName refers to the field name.
For example: “[contact_attribute:firstname] check out our new products,”
If James Anderson receives your email, it will say: “James check out our new products” in the subject line.
You can go to the ‘preview’ and check if the contact details are replaced. If the contact detail does not exist, the field will appear blank.
Some of the common tags would be
[contact_attribute:firstname] [contact_attribute:lastname] [contact_attribute:email] or [contact_attribute:FIELDLABEL] where FIELDLABEL is the label of the field used in the contact list. To get the labels you can go to the detail of any contact and copy-paste the label e.g “Job Title” or “Business Phone” etc. These would translate into [contact_attribute:Job Title] and [contact_attribute:Business Phone]
You can also personalize your emails using Emojis. Our Emoji Picker is loaded with websafe and mobile friendly emojis.
Avoid replacing words with emojis. Instead, use them to compliment your text in case your chosen character doesn’t display in your recipient’s inbox. Emoji’s display is determined by your recipient’s device type, operating system, and email client.
To learn more about Emoji’s in your subject lines, Click Here.
To see other Merge Tags Available Click Here.
Benchmark also provides a feature by suggesting the top performed subject lines from your historical data. Click here for more information.
It is always a good practice to write an impressive subject line. An eye-catching subject line provides better engagement in terms of open and clicks. Click here for more tips on writing a compelling subject line.