If you’re looking to increase the return on investment from your email-marketing efforts, an email-marketing consultant may be the answer. But how do you find a consultant who has the expertise needed to identify and implement the improvements you strive for?
There have been many books and papers written about how to build or improve an email-marketing program. Making sense of it all, however, can be difficult. I’ve written this article to help novices gain the big picture of email marketing, while giving experienced email marketers a model for organizing their strategies for evaluating and improving existing programs.
If you’ve read much on our FulcrumTech site, you undoubtedly know that we are constantly talking about the importance of knowing your audience. Knowing your subscribers and then consistently sending relevant content is your key to driving your open rates, click-through rates, and conversions to higher levels.
As the competition for customers intensifies in today’s economy, a strong brand identity—even in a local market—gives you an invaluable advantage. Not only does a strong brand command a premium price for your products and services, it also can help create the perception of quality, driving customer loyalty. And, email marketing is a key way to help develop and maintain brand identity. This month, we focus on 4 important ways to use your email subject lines to build a strong brand identity.
But, it does take some planning, consistent work, and some creativity. With the tremendous growth of Twitter usage over the last year, it’s hard to ignore the 18 million people currently on Twitter. Here’s a quick overview for how Twitter can drive your email list growth and ultimately your sales. Fasten your seatbelt – this is really cool (and fun) stuff!
Everyone is concerned about building a powerful email list that will deliver sales. And delivering relevant email is at the heart of it all.