Nine to 14 words. Or perhaps 40 to 50 characters.
Depending on who you ask, there are different "golden rules" when it comes to an effective subject line length.
In this week's chart, we take a look at an analysis of 9,313,885 emails to discover which subject line length is most effective.
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