June finally came, although the weather is very hot, but these emails are even hotter. We are checking some of our favorite emails celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community.
1. Show and tell
Subject line: Thank you for joining our mailing list.
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As they said, the first impression is the most important. To start our list, we start with the welcome email from Show & Tell. The wonderful heroic image attracts you with its brightness and warmth. It makes me want to be a member of this group of friends and a member of their community.
Their personalized information (they know my name!) and premium content (such as convenient discount codes) match my enthusiasm for contacting us. Sadwe blocked the discount code? Well, head over to their website for some email inspiration and your own discounts.
2. Brave Boy
Subject line: New drop: dark navy blue chinos
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As an email marketer, it is important to find inspiration inside and outside the industry. For me, there is nothing better than a retail brand like Dapper Boi.
The retail industry has consistently perfected the use of images. Dapper Boi stands out in the way of showing clothing, the mix of static and action shots, and the choice of models. Therefore, if you are looking for inspiration or looking for a new pair of pants because your office is not suitable for sports pants, then Dapper Boi is your best choice.
3. Trevor Project
Subject line: Support our life-saving mission
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In the last email, we saw the power of images. Now, let’s turn to replication. No group is as good at producing amazing stories as non-profit organizations. The Trevor project is a good example, because every email they send is closely related to their mission while still dealing with current events, celebrations or holidays.
In this email, they let subscribers get to know their Pride partners first, and share ways to celebrate and help the community.
4. Technology lesbians
Subject line: Find your opponent in Pride💛 Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe join the lineup
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No matter how you pronounce it-gif or gif (I personally belong to the gif team), when they are added to any email, they will have a big impact. Event emails allow us to break the traditional image-to-text ratio, as shown here and the list of speakers.
This list grows with each promotional email, creating excitement for the event and driving readers to see additional calls to action at the bottom of the list.
5. Wild fishing
Subject line: Just the wheels are good
Even without that amazing subject line, this email has everything you want. From bold typography to eye-catching images, this email made me want to put on work clothes and then ride on my wheels.
6. Reward: Ordos + Ke
Although not technically an email, I want to emphasize this great email pop-up window. Erdos + Ko showed us how to make a pop-up window that won’t be disturbing by clearly stating how they will use my email and their commitment to my privacy. In addition, when the host invites you to enter this cozy scene with their cute dog, who doesn’t want to register?
Thank you for joining us in another edition of “Emails We Love”. Which LGBTQIA+ emails are you celebrating this month?