What’s the best email marketing company out there?
I’d like to buy a one time email blast as a gift for my brother who is a realtor. Anyone know of a legitimate and effective email marketing company out there I should look into?
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How to build targeted email marketing lists?
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How to build targeted email marketing lists?
You ask your readers/visitors for their emails when they are entering your site. You can also do some SEM or buy email collectors.
How to start the email marketing business?
In general concept email marketing often means collecting the email address, sending emails and tracking them. They help in forming and sending the relevant newsletters to promote the services and others . But how exactly can I start email marketing business? Does it have sufficient scope these days in the market ? Pls suggest me on this …
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How could I write an attractive marketing message to use it in email marketing?
I’m working as a web marketer in an arabian web solutions company, so I have to write a message to use it in email marketing … and I wish if you have an examples for these messages … thanks
I’m an email marketer for a financial analysis company. We provide investment/trading-educational products and services to individuals and large financial institutions.
As someone said below, email marketing cannot be taught in this short space and time, but I’ll share a few of the things that have been successful for me and my company.
Before you craft a powerful email message, you must 1) have an audience and 2) understand their motivations (know what they want).
So you must obtain an email list. You can buy them, but purchased lists are almost always expensive and frequently saturated (emailed so frequently they they become worthless).
Instead, we employ a lead-generation program, in which we offer a free product (a 20-50 page ebook — something like that) for download. All we ask in return is an email address. We employ a “double opt-in” [look it up if you're unfamiliar] lead-generation method to ensure our list is highly qualified and kept clean. If you don’t want our emails, we don’t want you to get them, bottom line. Without explaining in too much detail we’ve found that our delivery rates increase when we make sure we only send to people who specifically tell us they want our stuff. If they click the “SPAM” button when we email them, this hurts delivery rates to other people who truly do want our messages.
Ok, now that you have a list (audience), you must decide how to market your product/service. There are several successful methods, but via email, the long-copy sales letter approach is in my opinion the very best.
Here’s what we’ve been doing with great success lately. We craft a very compelling, “you”-focused (emotional if appropriate), 500-1000 word email message that focuses SOLELY on getting a CLICK. This message is NOT designed to sell your product; it’s designed only to get people to want to learn more about it, i.e. Click a link to your long-copy sales letter landing page.
Once people click to that page, they should see today’s date (there are easy HTML codes to facilitate this); it provides a subtle yet important feeling of legitimacy. They should also see similar imagery to the email message (same logo, same copy style, same coloring, etc. — they must know INSTANTLY they’re at the correct site.)
Highly qualified buyers make the best subscribers (high retention rates) and repeat customers, so don’t be afraid to share EVERY MINUTE DETAIL (no matter how small or insignificant you think it might be) — and I mean EVERYTHING!
I’ve seen successful long-copy sales letter pages run anywhere from 5000 words to 20000 words (a general guideline is: the higher the commitment, the longer, more detailed the copy.)
Readers MUST be immediately hooked into a message designed specifically for them, for example …
Sept. 3, 2009
Greetings active stock trader,
This message is all about you.
But first let me tell you something “about me.”
I want to tell you how I turned a very small investment into a retirement nest egg.
Warning: This investment strategy is not for novices, and it does include a certain level of risk, but with a little more reading you’ll learn to mitigate risk and capitalize opportunity.
Etc., etc., etc.
Please act now. We’ve even eliminated the risk for you by providing a bullet-proof money-back guarantee. Opportunity is not a lengthy visitor.
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But DO NOT make the letter all one font with huge blocks of copy. Break up the copy with bigger, bold subheads, use images of people using your product along with “cutlines” to describe what’s in the images (real images are preferred, stock are acceptable), show the product itself, include a short letter in a sidebar from the products’ creator/manager about what it will provide, how it was created, why it was created, etc.
THIS IS IMPORTANT: Provide direct steps to checkout throughout the copy, not just at the end.
Some marketers prefer to use long-copy sales letters directly in the email, but this multi-step process (short email > long-copy sales letter > checkout process) has been the most effective for me. I believe it’s because we tightly optimize each step for a very specific purpose:
– Email’s purpose is to gain credibility, qualify your lead and get the click
– Long-copy sales letter’s purpose is to strengthen trust by getting readers to your website, share details about your product, share testimonials from your current customers, tell readers how you’ve eliminated the risk to trying your product and then facilitate an order.
– Checkout process must be as clean, simple and fast as possible. Take their money and get out of the way — eliminate anything that might create someone to stall during the checkout process.
- As soon as the checkout process is complete (and not before), tell people about similar products the
How to start my company’s email marketing campaigns?
Our company recently prepares to start email marketing campaigns. There is so many email marketing service provided online. I want to know which one is much better? There are also lots of email marketing software. Which is better for our company had about 6000-10000 subscribers?
I’m not too familiar w/ email marketing, but I assume that a large percentage of emails that people get go unread. Has your company done any online advertising? Online marketing is the trendy thing to do nowadays, whether through social media sites like FB or Twitter or through online listing websites, you can really expose your business to the right consumers. The best part about online marketing is it’s free, if done correctly.
Create a Facebook page for your business to increase awareness. Also, you should list your business online, specifically on websites that direct users to local businesses in their area. Zipzoom.com is actually a pretty cool online service; it is an online shopping website where users/customers can search for local businesses that offer products and services ranging from babysitters to electricians to flowers. Users can communicate directly with businesses they choose to buy services/products from after getting recommendations from zipzoom.com, and from there, your business can gain business. Usually, I believe they charge vendors for signing up, but since they’re new, they are offering a special promotion for vendors who are interested: register as a vendor for free. It’s a good option for those who are on a tight budget but still need exposure to grow their business. If this is something that appeals to you, you should just try it out and see what happens.
Online advertising through social media is just a suggestion. Who knows? Your company may have better luck w/ email marketing. Good luck.
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