Do you click on email marketing?
Do you ever click on email marketing links, and if so, what was it about the email that made you click the link?
Nope, all that crap goes straight to my SPAM folder and gets deleted.
If you are focused on email marketing (as I am), then you would want to examine the email and even the links (and where they go), so you can see what got you to click on it, to use on your own efforts.
A lot of email marketing efforts indeed are spam, but there are always those 20% golden newsletters that provide quality, you want to mimic this for your own use.
not ever.... apart from very rare occasions when it IS actually a newsletter I signed up for.
Yes I do when I need to earn more credits ^_^ Having a killer subject helps to get clicked more often. ^_^
by Paula 6 years ago
Help! Since I went offline last night (Mon.07/09/2012) prior to Midnight.....to the current time Tues, 07/10 4:30 p.m. EST......I have not received a single email notification from HP. I have however received other emails, so I don't believe this is an aol issue. ...
by Katerra 6 years ago
Do you think social media will replace email marketing?Ben & Jerry's just replaced their 1.5 million email marketing program with social media outreach.
by Nickny79 9 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 Bret Talley 6 years ago
What is the best value email marketing company to use for newsletters?
by mandarine 9 years ago
i hate to see my email crowded with spams messages. i mark them as junk but they continue to arrive and arrive and arrive ...brrrrrrr.Doesn't anybody know how to escape?
by Muhammad Rafiq 3 years ago
What is Spam?Please explain the meaning of "Spam."
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