What do you want your subscribers to do, and why should they do it? In email marketing, that’s what your call-to-action should clearly and concisely communicate. Although a call-to-action is one of the most important factors driving conversion, many email marketers don’t give nearly enough attention to theirs. Here we discuss why you need to go beyond the generic “Click here,” and provide 10 tips for how to create effective calls to action.
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?
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.
Everyone is concerned about building a powerful email list that will deliver sales. And delivering relevant email is at the heart of it all.
As we recently passed midyear 2009, my team thought it would be a great idea to share the links to NewsLever’s “FulcrumTech Top Reads” that you, our subscribers, clicked on most since January. Interestingly, these articles remind us of some of the most important lessons for developing and implementing effective email marketing programs. So here we summarize what you may have missed along the way.
When it comes to achieving a high return-on-investment (ROI) from email campaigns, it’s often a lot more challenging for business-to-business (B2B) versus business-to-consumer (B2C). Why? For B2B, the lists are generally smaller and their products and/or services are typically not sold directly online. Instead, B2B is more about getting referrals and bringing prospects down the “sales funnel.” In this article, we focus on 4 ways you can use email to help drive B2B referrals.