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  1. Google AdWords, SEO, social media and email are just a few marketing campaign channels that businesses can use to drive visitors back to their website. And each of them has a price. So why are so many organizations willing to send visitors they are paying to acquire to a poorly converting landing page?
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  2. Your newsletters don’t have to be a chore. Writing about what you do should be an enjoyable experience, and when it is, it will reflect in the content–which then leads to a better read for your users!

    One thing that can be frustrating is getting that content out there
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  3. Exciting things are happening within your company and you want your customers and prospects to know about it! Whether it’s sharing new product updates, announcing new customers or sharing your latest blog posts, newsletters are a great way of keeping a wider audience in the loop with your business’ latest developments. And if done the right way, email newsletters can serve as a critical digital marketing asset. But how do you know if the content, design and overall message you’re sending out in your newsletters is ‘right way’? Well you can’t really know unless you’re using feedback surveys in your email newsletters…
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  4. There’s no denying that email is a huge part of our lives. We receive lots of emails every day – whether its for work, from friends or even from that webshop you purchased from three months back. It is and remains a great way of getting a message across to your target audience without being too invasive. Because email marketing is so effective, it’s role has only become stronger in recent years, even with the rise in popularity of social channels such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. As a result, there are several great email marketing tools available to choose from, many of which cater to the creation, design, distribution and analysis of emails used in email marketing campaigns.
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  5. Many people over the years have said that email marketing’s days are numbered and that it will soon become a dated, perhaps even obsolete technology. But actually, this assumption couldn’t be more wrong. Email marketing still remains one of the most effective marketing channels with the highest return on investment (ROI). Much like other marketing channels however, email campaigns do offer up their fair share of challenges. Surprisingly, many of these challenges revolve around a lack of understanding and engagement with the target audience. It seems that with many campaign emails, communications are only outbound, leaving marketers with no real insight into how their email was received by their readers. This lack of insight into the performance an email campaign is precisely why it’s important to start collecting email campaign feedback.
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  6. Digital marketing is an industry in constant flux, but email marketing is one comforting constant. However, marketers need to update their strategies to gain attention in a very crowded market. How can rich media help them achieve this? In the early days of email marketing, it was not uncommon to achieve an open rate of greater than 75%. Of course, marketers soon caught wind of this exciting and successful new way to reach customers and the market became saturated over time.

    Although open rates typically hover between 20% and 25% nowadays, email marketing still delivers a positive ROI for B2B and B2C marketers. The medium survives and thrives based on new and more inventive ways of sustaining a customer’s attention. Otherwise, it becomes stagnant and those open rates dwindle further still. Every tactic has a shelf life. We all love to have some best practices to hand, even if these are just a few simple rules of thumb to guide our efforts. These rules abound for email (Tuesday is routinely found to be the best day to send messages), but in reality we need to focus on what happens when the email is opened.
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  7. With an ROI of 122%, email is one of the most effective marketing channels. But in order to reap the benefits, marketers must ensure their campaigns reach their intended recipients.

    To help brands overcome the challenges that stand in the way of optimal inboxing, Yes Lifecycle Marketing has developed this deliverability guide focusing on:
    -the building blocks of deliverability.
    -six strategies to maintaining a clean subscriber list.
    -eight steps to improving inboxing rates.
    Visit Digital Marketing Depot to download “Email Deliverability Guide: Making It to the Subscriber Inbox.”
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  8. It’s easy to hate email marketing. It’s easy to look at your inbox, scroll through 100s of messages from companies that are probably just trying to sell you stuff, and add to your list of startup ideas “Banish Email Marketing from the World’s Inboxes”.

    But, as I’m sure you know, just because you don’t like email marketing doesn’t mean that it doesn’t work… or that it can’t help your business grow. If you can suspend your irritation with email for the length of this post – and put yourself in the shoes of the average person that expects and even wants email – you may find that email marketing is on your side.

    It’s not the enemy. It’s not to be detested, loathed, destroyed or banished. In fact…
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