Email marketing is one the most important tools for anyone with a business, whether you have a product to sell, you’re an affiliate marketer marketing other people’s products, or you are a business owner, if you don’t know how to convert email subscribers into customers and buyers, you are missing out on a lot of potential sales! In this guest post, by Alison Wolf, you will learn the 5 secrets to high-converting emails.
There is a lot of noise (again) about how email marketing is dead. News flash: Email marketing is only dead when you are doing it wrong!
Did you know that Email is the third most influential source of information for B2B audience? While for B2C, 80% of retail professionals state that the biggest driver of customer retention for them is email marketing.
There are about 105 billion emails being sent every day. And reports show that 68% of millennials’ purchase decisions are greatly influenced by the promotional emails they receive.
If you are still trying to build an email list or if you find yourself often running out of ideas for emails to send your list, you will find 10 different email types in this post that will help you find more material for your emails.
Having an email list, whether you are a blogger, a business owner, or a content creator of any type, is crucial to you because it is the only sustainable way through which you can reach your audience and/or customers.
Before starting this blog, I did a little bit of research to see what were the most important points to pay attention to as a newbie blogger. And one of the most common pieces of advice that old-time bloggers had was that they wished they had started building their email lists earlier.
If you’re trying to grow your email list or if you want to build one and don’t know where to start, these 6 tips should help you.
As a blogger or a writer or anyone whose work depends on reaching an audience, having an email list is an essential part of the job.
Not only is it important for sharing your work and driving traffic to your website or for making sales, if you offer products, but it also helps create a relationship and a connection between you and your audience.