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.
In last month’s feature, we gave you tips on how to build a high-quality email list. So, as you continue to grow your list of subscribers, you want to encourage subscribers to keep their preferences up to date – for their email address, name, desired frequency of emails, and more. Read more about how to create an effective email preference center that helps you keep your subscribers active and engaged.
Did you realize that a typical email list loses approximately 25% of its subscribers each year? This attrition is due to bounces, unsubscribes, and inactives – people who lose interest and no longer open and click through email messages. That means marketers always need to be actively growing their email lists to counteract the natural attrition. Here are nine easy and effective ways to help you get and keep your email list growing at a healthy rate.
Marketers today are looking for every way possible to squeeze the most value from their promotional budgets. With the trade show and conference season now revving into full gear, we provide tips for using both email and social networking to help maximize your return on investment (ROI) from trade shows. Note that while email is fantastic for developing a relationship after you have the permission, a trade show is a wonderful tool to acquire the names. Doing things right before and after a show will help you build an even higher quality, more powerful list.
Facebook Like Pages can be an outstanding source of new subscribers for your email list. There are thousands of Facebook applications that can help you generate buzz, attract people to your organization’s page, and engage them. Here are eight great Facebook applications to get you started…
There’s so much written about the social media sites these days — from Twitter, Facebook, and Digg to Flickr, FourSquare, LinkedIn, Delicious…and more. The big question we’re always asked is: What is email’s role today given the growth of social networking, and is there even a role for email tomorrow? I’d actually ask a second question: What is the role of social media in email?