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There’s been a lot of talk about the importance of your email signature recently. The question is, how can you turn your email signature into a successful social marketing tool, without driving yourself, or the people that you are emailing crazy in the process?
For anyone who thought that email marketing was on its way out, you're sorely mistaken. This post will educate you on how to create the perfect email marketing template and put engaging content in front of your audience.
Messaging is by far the most effective online communication strategy, but will likely be used by the lowest percentage of your customers. As you build your brand and loyalty, this number likely goes up, and possibly dramatically.
Today’s plethora of online tools allow marketers to create beautiful emails while using inbound marketing best practices that their customers will be sure to enjoy. Services like MailChimp, Constant Contact, and HubSpot assist in creating HTML emails via simple drag-and-drop, allowing even computer novices to create gorgeous emails. But it’s easy to get lost in these tools. Creating a good email is about more than just its design.
As of the end of the year 2013, there are over 3.6 billion email accounts in existence, and most businesses will spend at least some of their time and resources sending various types of marketing messages to a group of subscribers within that pool.
The best practices covered in this post are proven tactics in SEO, social media and email marketing. These expert tips are a great and solid foundation to build on when evaluating and growing the maturity of your organisation’s digital marketing strategy.
Email is an incredibly powerful marketing channel. Email marketing is 40 times more effective at attracting new business than Facebook and Twitter combined. This statistic may strike you as surprising—considering all the industry hullabaloo surrounding social media.
Email marketing has grown progressively more popular as a powerful tool for businesses around the globe, and it is being talked about everywhere – from across the internet to corporate boardrooms and from company meetings to marketing strategy seminars and conferences.
Email marketing has always had critics. These skeptics will tell you all the reasons why the email marketing channel will eventually fizzle out. However, recent studies have shown the average return on investment in email marketing to be anywhere from $32 to a whopping $44.25 for each dollar invested.