Most email marketers seek a substantial return after just one blast. But do repeat advertisements to the same group have any benefits? Does frequency have any place in email marketing? Yes.
The term frequency refers to how many times you reach an audience with a message.
It’s strange, but many clients I work with run advertisements month after month in the same magazine, but wouldn’t think of emailing an offer to the same person twice.
HTML email messages are gaining popularity, especially in newsletters. As more recipients are able to properly support this email type, there are fewer compatibility issues. Here are some techniques that can help to improve the way your HTML messages appear.
To ensure your email gets the most exposure and doesn’t seize up your audience’s email client, you’ll want to limit the total file size of the page to 50K.
Are you tired of annoying pop-ups? Are you sick of junk email? Has your computer been taken over by a spyware program that’s messing up your life?
Fear not, help is on the way.
(How’s that for cheesy openers?)
Do you find it ironic that a site devoted to web marketing would also have ad busting technology? It’s not really. I like to believe that ad busting technology gets rid of unwanted irrelevant ads.
Would you like to learn how to make your marketing message take on a life of its own and spread like wildfire… for free?
In this issue, as you may have guessed from the title, we will be discussing viral marketing. This is a unique breakthrough component that can be added to just about any online campaign to get it to spread far beyond the limits of traditional marketing messages.
Ready for a few profit-making ideas?
Great! Before we jump in, just let me quickly welcome to the first issue of the Digital Harvester presented by Digital Harvest Media with contributions from Hype Communications. I’m glad you’re here! Okay…
Today’s topic: “How To Turn Junk Mail Into Gold”
Everyday, millions of emails shoot accross the Internet promoting everything from Software to Seminars.
Believe it or not, it can be easy to write a good email marketing plan. It shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes to write a strong email marketing plan that will help guide your efforts and get clear on the results you want.
Planning is not in my nature. I used to view it as something that got in the way of action.
Your email campaign will fly or die based largely on the audience you select. In most email campaign endeavors the search for the right list is where the quest for results begins. To find the perfect list you will need to do some research. You can start with the information in the Resources section of this book.
Here’s the bad news – there are no “perfect lists.” In most cases, despite best efforts you will have some element of the audience that you may not entirely want and can’t remove.
One of the greatest attributes of web advertising is its ability to be tracked. Without tracking its difficult to tell how many visitors are responding to your newsletter advertisements unless they order from you and tell you where they saw you.
Wouldn’t you like to know how many people clicked on your offer even if they don’t order?
This information is important.
Why send out a survey? You could learn about your current customers. Or you might find out what’s most important to your potential customers. One sentence here about why you should survey, something to the effect of: They offer a way to keep in touch with your audience or collect information, even when you’re not pitching a sale.
Offer a Reward
Follow the copy writing tools and always make an incentive for your audience to complete the survey.
Our spam-ridden online world has spurred a lot of talk about permission-based email lists or opt-in email lists. What does the term “ permission-based ” really mean? How can you build a permission-based email list? How do you use email to communicate with your subscribers respectfully?
What is a Permission-Based Email List?
The answer to this question might sound obvious. You might even be able to guess what it means.