Facebook and Twitter shares are down. Use email marketing, create a good blog and have an awesome website. Ramon Ray says build your customer and prospect lists. Don’t just use social media alone to do your marketing. Social media is awesome, I use it all the time, however, you must touch your customers everywhere they are and how they want to be touched – or communicated. If you rely only on social media, you’ll be hosted to the whims and algorithms and changes of that particular platform.
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From promotional emails to PPC ads, there are numerous ways you can go about while generating sales for your ecommerce business. Top notch online retailers know that one of the… Read more » The post 3 Ecommerce Email Marketing Tips to Boost Your Sales appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
In this post: Are your blog’s newsletters going unopened? Are you paying for subscribers you aren’t connecting with? In today’s post, we are talking about some quick ways to increase email open rates and get more engagement from your regular communication. Many bloggers will tell you up to 80% of their blogging revenue comes from […] The post 5 Powerful Tips to Increase Email Open & Engagement Rates appeared first on The Work at Home Wife.
Guest Article While social media and smartphone apps may grab the attention of business owners wishing to market their businesses, email marketing still holds the number one spot in terms of ROI. 80% of retail professionals indicate that email marketing is their greatest driver of customer retention, while social and mobile apps lag behind. If you are wondering where to spend your marketing dollars, there are few options that are more cost-effective than email marketing. Response rates are easily tracked once you’ve used an email marketing tool to actually reach inboxes. When customers sign-up for your emails, they expect to hear from you. What’s more, you are reaching out to customers in their inboxes, which is where they spend lots of time each day. Thus, it’s hard to be missed, but you must provide high value to keep their interest. Email is a great way to share special deals, customize messages, and collect further metrics that will build better experiences for customers and more loyalty for your business. Below we’ve gathered some advice for you to use and make the most of your email marketing. Personalize Your Emails Building a strong customer list to send your marketing message to a wide audience is the first step of any email marketing campaign. Fortunately, there are a number of ways in which you can do this. This includes high tech mobile app options to low-tech sign-up cards reminding customers to complete their details to receive special offers periodically. The best lists are the ones that give you enough data to personalize emails for each customer. Birthdays, special anniversaries, and favorite hobbies will give you multiple options to personalize your messages. It also gives you greater opportunity to invite them to events or send coupons you know they will be interested in. An initial welcome email asking customers what they want from your email contact is another great way to add information to your email lists. Not everyone will be interested in the same deals. Segment your list to make sure you are offering customers the right perks at the right time. Your goal…
Email marketing is still one of the most powerful marketing methods available, even if you have heard it’s a dying trade. In fact, email marketing is also one of the… Read more » The post A Look at Some of the Top Features You’ll Get with Email Marketing Tools appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.