How to Send Follow Up Emails After No Response

Consistent follow-up emails are essential to making more sales or at least getting a customer interested. Don’t worry, while personalized emails receive better responses that don’t mean you can’t utilize a follow-up tool to help you organize and automate those emails.

12 Email Marketing Tips to Keep Your Target Audience Engaged

So, if you use email marketing correctly, it can help you engage your target audience and gain an advantage over your competitors. Email marketing not only drives traffic to your website, but it also enables visitors to read your content, resulting in the conversion of leads into loyal customers. Here is how.

Two Reasons Why You Should Turn Off Your Email Notifications

There are at least two reasons why you should turn off your email notifications right now and never look back. Some of those emails are informative. Others are fun. Many are a complete waste of time. But here’s what unites them all: they kill your productivity.

The Seven Deadly Sins of Email Marketing

Email marketing is probably the most affordable way for small businesses to get the word out about their services, but many people make mistakes when they're trying to put together a marketing campaign. Guest post by Karleia Steiner: Content sent in emails can have...

Email and Mobile Marketing Made Simple

Looking for effective ways to get the most out of your eMail and Mobile Marketing? There are some proven techniques that may help if you know what they are. There is no doubt that eMail marketing is not as effective as it was 5 years ago, but having a good email...

Google Plus is Changing the Future of Email Marketing

The future of email marketing is changing and Google Plus is changing how online marketers and businesses alike will capture emails and deliver their email messages. Create and deliver email marketing campaigns easier than ever without even knowing your potential...

Email Basics - Creating User-Friendly Affiliate Links

One thing is for sure, email providers hate affiliate links. To ensure a higher rate of delivery of your emails, it's best to cloak those affiliate links. Cloaking affiliate links will not only help your delivery rate, but also help you get more clicks, as well as a...

What Happens When You Hit Send

More than 100 billion emails are sent and received each day, so we're obviously very familiar with how to send them but do you know what happens when you press send? To us, the sender, it seems like some sort of magic that when you press send, ta dah, like magic, it...

5 Tricks to Improve Email Conversion Rate

Do You Need to Improve Your Email Conversion Rate? If your inbox is anything like mine, it is flooded with promotional emails. Some ask me to download their new eBook. Some ask for attending their webinar or join a course. Some continue pushing me for buying their...

6 Tips on Designing Email Templates for Small Business

Email templates are essential for both the big and small business. It is the cipher that describes the structure and content in an email campaign. Email templates allow small business owners to design fancy email templates without any HTML experience. The email...

Email 101: Best Practices to Avoid Sending Spam Emails

Most of us take email for granted. You create the email, hit send and it goes; somewhere. Sometimes those emails go to spam. Below are 6 best practices to avoid sending spam emails. "Anyone with an inbox knows what I'm talking about. A dozen emails to set up a meeting...

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