Another article I read while doing a bit of research taught me a highly valuable lesson about email marketing. I have a huge list of contacts that request for product updates and product info twice a week and I do that as that is how I market my products but recently I noticed a slight decline in my sales. It just never occurred to me that one possible reasons why my sales are slowing down is due to spam block. Thanks to Charlie Cook's article that was featured on Internet Marketing News Watch, I would have never realised this.
Lesson learned: If you are into email marketing, MAKE SURE your clients are actually getting your emails.
Next thing to do is get my clients to remove me from their spam list. I don't think some of them would go into that much trouble.
Never thought of that, yet I haven't tryed any marketing this way.
try the Viral Letter.
it by passes the spam blocker -even gmail and allows you to effectively sell your product in the iMarket.
If you use a service like constant contact, you can get data on who opened your email and how many people clicked through to links you put in them.
by Nickny798 years ago
Please share your insight:1. How to get emails addresses.2. How conduct an effective email marketing campaign.Any hub or books suggestions should be "disinterested." i.e. not written by you.
by Janis Leslie Evans2 years ago
Check out this link detailing the usefulness of email to get the word out about your business. I still use email to market new hubs:http://www.digitalinformationworld.com/ … c.html?m=1
by Ramachandra A Pai23 months ago
I saw backlinking as one. What exactly is backlinking? How can we use Google Webmaster Tools to improve traffic? What are the changes to be made in the crawl rate after logging in, if any? Its been close to three months...
by Maira8187 years ago
I sure DON't
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