Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Flipboard 0 The way marketers use email marketing is about to change forever. Emails have always been static. You send your subscribers fixed content, and they read it or click on it to go to a webpage or landing page. But on March 26, 2019, Google’s Product Manager Aakash Sahney announced AMP for Email. AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages. It allows email marketers to easily create emails that are interactive, not static. AWeber is the first small business email service provider to support the new AMP for Email technology. “Interactive email opens up amazing potential for marketers to engage and connect with subscribers in ways they’ve never been able to before,” says AWeber’s Technical Product Manager Dave Stys. And a recent study from Kapost found that interactive content drives 2x more conversions than static content. Learn what interactive emails are and how you can use them in your email marketing below. What are interactive emails? Interactive emails are messages that your subscribers can click on to change or alter the content within the email itself — even after the message is delivered to the inbox. The content can also update each time they open the email. Interactive emails act like a webpage. Interactive content allows you to send emails that are more engaging. You can include extra content in your emails without overwhelming subscribers, and your subscribers can interact with the email to get additional information if they need it. “It will open up the opportunity for email subscribers to engage with content without ever leaving their inbox,” AWeber’s Creative Director Chris Vasquez says. 5 examples of interactive content 1. Carousel With a carousel, your subscribers can click to navigate through different images, products, or blog posts in your emails. If you have multiple pieces of content to display in your email, you can use a carousel to save space and enhance the design of your message. 2. Accordions When a subscriber clicks on an accordion, a section of the email will expand to show more content. You can use accordions to give subscribers the option to see additional information within your email. 3. Sidebar A sidebar is like a website or app navigation menu. If you’d like to give subscribers the option to navigate to different webpages, use a sidebar. 4. Bind Do you need to display different content for different subscribers? Now, you can add buttons to your email to let subscribers completely alter the content within a message. For example, your subscribers can change the language of your email. 5. Forms Add a working email sign up form to your message. Your subscribers can sign up for a webinar, email list, or event directly from your message. Twitter Tweet Facebook Share Email This article originally appeared on AWeber Email Marketing Tips and has been republished with permission.Find out how to syndicate your content with B2C Author: Liz Willits Follow @aweber Sr. Content Marketing Specialist, AWeber… View full profile ›More by this author:The Email Marketing Statistics You Need to Know in 20208-Step Guide to Email Marketing During a CrisisAre Plain-Text Emails More Likely to Reach the Inbox?