Everyday we are typing hundreds of emails and shooting to our corporate peers and personal associates , then how come is it necessary to resort to an email marketing company for branding or selling products online? Why and how do those email marketing solution providers make an email look different than an email composed by us? Many a times, I have come across on the net or by manually spread out fliers or pamphlets that email marketing companies are offering email marketing templates or wizards, content management services targeted to create compelling email contents, adding alluring graphical appearance. Along with this, these email marketing agencies offer list of mailers to be sent, selection of promotional offers to be declared through emails, tracking software for calculating recipients' responses etc., and that too at low cost budget. Before I jump to conclusions, I need opinion on their effectiveness or whether is it really feasible to seek so called 'professional' assistance in building or maintaining customer relations from an email marketing company?
All that happens when you do this is someone (me in this case) will visit your profile, look at your hubs, flag them as being substandard and you will get deleted.
Hardly seems worth the effort.
by Bret Talley5 years ago
What is the best value email marketing company to use for newsletters?
by reviewraters3 years ago
Which email marketing service is best?How would you rank the following email marketing providers from 1st place to 5th place:iContact, Constant Contact, AWeber, MailChimp, and GetResponse?
by Katerra5 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 Rusty327 years ago
What is a good email marketing software to use to set up a subscriber list?
by Nickny799 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 Sapper5 years ago
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?
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