10 Email Marketing Tips [images]

Email marketing is common sense mostly, but as my friend Linda Mattacks would say; Common sense is not that common any more.
So I thought I’d present to you 10 email marketing tips in a more visually pleasing  way.
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8 Comments

  1. Hi Sarah,

    Simple and powerful tips. Make a point and exit stage left. Emails can be long and thorough; just use headers and other strategies to make your emails scannable.

    Be persistent. Program people with your message. Weekly or bi-weekly, or whatever approach you use, churn out those emails to connect with your target audience.

    Promote. Promote. Promote :)

    Thanks,

    Ryan

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    • Good Morning Ryan, simple is often the most effective :)
      I like the promote, promote, promote – I may have to add it to an image :)
      thanks for stopping by

      Reply
  2. Sending a test message was something I had to program myself to do which was not hard once I realized many of my beginning messages were not looking right and had broken links. Please do not make this same mistake!

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    • Hi Caleb, sending test messages has enabled me to discover and correct many typos! sure the odd one still slips though, but they are mostly caught with the est message :)
      Thanks for stopping by

      Reply
  3. I get a lot of people who think its okay when we exchange business cards that they should go home and put me on their email lists. It’s really annoying as it really is important to let a person to do all the leg work if they choose to subscribe. Adding it is right up there with spamming, imho.

    Reply
  4. Excellent, tips, Sarah – You are an inspired and inspirational blogger!

    I really like the way you have created the tips as images. Do I have your permission to borrow them to use individually on my Facebook page?

    Alan

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  5. For me, I believe that email list building is all about learning and practising. If you are looking for the best marketing techniques, you are definitely at the wrong place. There are many more methods which involves this and thus, always take your time to learn one thing at a time. Don’t rush or you will be fail badly as a Internet marketer.

    Reply

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