Email Marketing Summary: Boscia dominates the Skincare industry, sending an impressive 12.2 emails on average with a solid engagement rate of 56.03%. Ren Skincare closely follows, showcasing a good balance but struggling with promotions. Biossance and Tata Harper perform well in email frequency but lack in scoring and promotions. Dr. Brandt Skincare excels in scoring but needs improvement in promotions.
Email Deliverability Summary: HeyDay leads in deliverability with a commendable spam score of -1.86 and efficient email size management. Anese and Tata Harper also perform well in ensuring emails reach inboxes. However, Biossance and OSKIA Skincare face challenges, particularly in spam scores and email size. Curology and KraveBeauty are lagging in deliverability metrics.
Ads Performance Summary: HeyDay emerges as the advertising leader in the Skincare sector, displaying 86 new ads with a diverse copy. Curology and Boscia follow closely, showcasing effective ad strategies. However, Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare and Biossance struggle with ad velocity and diversity, while KraveBeauty and Activist Skincare lag behind with minimal ad presence.
Email Marketing Summary: In the skincare industry, Boscia stands out as the leader with excellent email practices. Their emails strike a balance between content and promotions, ensuring strong email scoring and promotions. Ren Skincare and Kate Somerville follow closely with good email performance but need to improve promotions. Anese and Dr. Brandt Skincare maintain solid email practices, with Dr. Brandt Skincare focusing on promotions. Tata Harper excels in email scoring but lacks in promotions. cocokind needs to improve both email scoring and promotions. Pai Skincare is next in line, but it's crucial to work on promotions. KraveBeauty, HeyDay, OSKIA Skincare, Activist Skincare, Biossance, and Curology need comprehensive enhancements in their email marketing.
Email Deliverability Summary: HeyDay leads in email deliverability with an optimal spam score and email size. Boscia also maintains excellent email deliverability practices. Tata Harper achieves good email size but needs improvement in spam scores. Anese exhibits fair deliverability, with focus on email size optimization. Activist Skincare faces challenges with a high spam score but has optimal email size. Dr. Brandt Skincare and Ren Skincare fall into the fair category, emphasizing the need for improvements in both spam scores and email size. The remaining brands, including cocokind, Curology, Kate Somerville, Pai Skincare, Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, KraveBeauty, OSKIA Skincare, and Biossance, require comprehensive enhancements in email deliverability.
Ads Performance Summary: In the skincare advertising arena, Curology and HeyDay lead the way with high ad velocity and a diverse range of unique ad copies. Dr. Brandt Skincare and Pai Skincare also exhibit strong ad practices, focusing on diverse ad copies. cocokind and Boscia maintain fair ad velocity but need to improve their unique ad copies. Anese and Tata Harper have areas for enhancement in both ad velocity and unique ad copies. Kate Somerville and Ren Skincare fall into the same category but have challenges with ad velocity. OSKIA Skincare, KraveBeauty, Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, Biossance, and Activist Skincare need comprehensive improvements in their advertising strategies to remain competitive.
During June, the top performer in emails is again Kate Somerville, with a total of 28 emails sent, closely followed by Boscia with 27 emails.
Shifting to the creation of ads, HeyDay takes the lead with 117 new ads, featuring the highest number of unique ad copies used this month (35). Curology secures the second position with 114 new ads.
When it comes to ad media in the month of June, both HeyDay and Curology prioritize videos. Both brands utilize the same number of videos (69). In terms of images, HeyDay incorporates 48 images, while Curology uses 45 images.
In July, Kate Somerville maintained again the leading position with 29 emails, followed by Boscia with 23 emails sent.
When it comes to advertising, Curology and HeyDay are the top brands, creating 90 and 78 new ads, respectively. HeyDay utilized the highest number of ad copies (43) among all benchmark brands for July.
Regarding ad strategy, both Curology and HeyDay favored videos over images. Curology used 57 videos vs. 33 images, while HeyDay employed 68 videos and only 10 images in their July ads.
In August, Kate Somerville maintains her lead in emails with 27 of which 37% are promotional and Anese secured the second position with 16 emails.
Regarding advertising, Curology and HeyDay both took the lead, each creating an impressive 116 new ads. However, HeyDay stands out by employing the highest number of ad copies at 37.
In terms of ad strategy this month, both Curology and HeyDay favor videos over images. Curology presents 70 videos compared to 44 images, while HeyDay employs 68 videos versus 48 images.
Email Marketing Summary: In the skincare industry, Kate Somerville leads in email marketing, with a high number of emails sent and good email scoring. Boscia and cocokind also perform well in email marketing. Tata Harper, however, needs improvement as it sends many promotional emails.
Email Deliverability Summary: HeyDay excels in email deliverability with a good spam score and optimized email size. Tata Harper and Anese also perform well in email deliverability. Brands like Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare lag behind in their email deliverability.
Ads Performance Summary: Curology and HeyDay dominate in advertising, with the highest number of new ads detected and good unique copy performance. Kate Somerville and Ren Skincare also perform well in advertising. Brands like KraveBeauty and Activist Skincare need to improve their advertising efforts.
In summary, Kate Somerville is a leader in email marketing within the skincare industry. HeyDay excels in email deliverability, and Curology and HeyDay are leading in advertising efforts. However, some brands like Tata Harper and Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare need to enhance their marketing strategies.
In May, Kate Somerville takes the lead in email, sending a total of 34 emails. Ren Skincare closely follows with 23 emails.
Shifting our focus to advertising, Curology emerges as the top performer, creating an impressive 99 new ads. Not far behind, HeyDay secures the second position with 71 new ads introduced in May.
When it comes to ad strategy, both Curology and HeyDay are more focused on videos. Curology employs 56 videos alongside 40 images. Similarly, HeyDay incorporates 50 videos accompanied by 21 images.
During the month of March, Biossance and Kate Somerville sent the same number of promotional emails, with 34 each. Biossance's emails were entirely promotional in nature.
In terms of new ads created, Curology produced the most with 30 new ads, followed by Dr. Brandt Skincare with 29 new ads, featuring 15 ad copies, the most among all the brands.
Curology utilized more videos than images in its ads, with 25 videos and only 4 images, while Dr. Brandt Skincare preferred images over videos, featuring 18 images and 11 videos in its ads this month.
During April, Biossance and Boscia sent 34 and 29 emails, respectively. Meanwhile, Ren Skincare led in creating new ads with 52 new ads, followed by Anese with 38 new ads. Ren Skincare also had the highest number of ad copies used in its new ads.
In terms of ad strategy, Anese focused more on images, creating 24 new images compared to 14 new videos. On the other hand, Ren Skincare preferred videos with 29 new videos compared to 23 new images in its new ads.
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