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?
So many businesses – both large and small – put lots of time and money into creating compellingly written and well-designed promotional online marketing campaigns. But then they point prospects to their company’s home page. This is one of the biggest mistakes you can make!
A prospect has opened your email and clicked through to your promotion. That means you have successfully created an effective subject line and email. But don’t celebrate quite yet. Now comes perhaps the most challenging step in the process – getting prospects to follow through by taking the action you want, whether it’s to sign up, opt in or make a purchase. In this month’s feature – the final article in a 3-part FulcrumTech series on optimizing the response to your email campaign – we take a look at promotional landing pages and provide important ways to help you maximize conversion rates.
Is your email marketing program all it can be? It may be time to take a step back and review key areas of your email program. To help, we offer up the most important email performance issues that we typically address during an audit. Plus, we provide a few improvement ideas that can help quickly boost your email marketing effectiveness.
Prospects and clients sometimes come to me in frustration about an email newsletter, a Web site, or a Web page that just isn’t doing the job. They believe they’ve crafted a really appealing offer, but there are so few takers, and they are wondering why?
Just last week, a prospect called me to say that his firm’s newsletter wasn’t generating the leads he was expecting. When we talked through the problem, it became quite clear that there was no value proposition, no compelling solution or offer, and no clear call to action. As it turned out, my prospect was missing the boat on the fundamental success factors for developing a successful landing page. The good news is that by knowing what he was missing, he could take the necessary steps to fix his program.