If you’re looking for an effective way to build your email list, a squeeze page may do the trick. Here’s what you need to know about how to get the most out of a squeeze page.
Growing a quality email list is one of the most important (and most challenging) aspects of email-marketing success. So start 2015 strong by reviewing your current strategies for email list building with the goal of discovering new ways to improve.
What’s the first word that “pops” into your head when you think about online popups or popovers? “Annoying,” perhaps? But after you read this blog about FulcrumTech’s popover results, as well as the incredible lifts in subscriptions that marketers are getting thanks to popover forms, you may instead use words such as “effective” and “unbelievable” to describe them. Personally, I’ve been blown away by the results that are possible from this tactic. And if your organization is serious about building an email list, it’s time to consider a popover form to help drive your subscriber sign-ups.
The evidence is overwhelming — email list segmentation is a best practice that can dramatically improve email-campaign results. In a previous NewsLever feature, we gave five tips for segmenting email lists to help boost return on investment. Here we expand on that advice with five more ways to segment your email lists.
I must have been asked at least 10 times this week whether we offered email lists so a company could add thousands of names to their list overnight. I wish email list building was that simple, and I often point people to a couple of articles I’ve previously written about the downfalls of renting lists…
Quick-response (QR) codes are an innovative and exciting marketing tool to add to your email campaigns. To attract new email subscribers, you may want to consider incorporating them into your email-marketing strategy.