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The death of email as a marketing channel has been predicted on numerous occasions over the years, yet despite technical developments that have occurred in that time, it remains as resilient as ever.
For the small business owner, email can be your first and best communications channel. Why? Because it's an easy and cheap way to make a start. Here are four key tips to help you kick off your email marketing in the right way:
Your email is going to be ignored, most likely deleted, if it's not of any use to the recipient. You've got to get the content right - tell them something they might be interested in; something that tempts them to engage with your business. What about linking to your blog that explains why you're such a great firm and so different from your rivals? Or why not tell them about exclusive offers, new products or services, or publicity you have received? And any other notables, for that matter.
There's no use sending one email then waiting six weeks to send the next. To have
Once you've established a routine and started to monitor how many emails are read and click backs you're getting, it might be time to improve what's on offer. What about more regular emails? Split testing content and email titles? Different content for different parts of your audience? Optimising for mobile? How about integrating emails with your social media accounts? Are you able to personalise your emails or encourage greater engagement through changing the placement of links and images?
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