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Online Surveys for email marketing campaigns

Online surveys incorporated in e-mail marketing software create both new opportunities and advantages against competitors, because, by sending carefully planned surveys, you can acquire valuable information about your existing clients.

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Top 10 email marketing mistakes

Yeah, some people still don’t get it. E-mail marketing isn’t regular marketing. You can’t expect to sell a product by annoying people, nor by sending spam. If you don’t have explicit permission to mail to the people on the list then don’t e-mail them. You shouldn’t buy or rent an e-mail lists either.

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Tips for a Better Email Call to Action

Emails are nothing without a call to action. Simply put, they have no real purpose without a call to action. The “action” you want the user to take, can vary. However, if you’re serious about your business, the place where each email ultimately leads to is a landing page.

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E-mail marketing for small businesses

E-mail marketing creates brand awareness, which is useful for most, but especially local businesses. If a person knows you from your e-mails (but the person has to actually like you), that person is a lot more likely to choose your products if he or she has been given the opportunity.

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What makes e-mail marketing better than other forms of direct marketing

Requesting a permission to e-mail anyone at all; this is what usually freaks people out about e-mail marketing. However, permission is the thing that makes this method of direct marketing different-and viable at all. Hardcore marketing specialists who come directly from TV or radio advertising often do not really understand this, and resist the very idea of permission. This resistance is in fact quite understandable–that is, until you realize that e-mail is an individual’s private space. Permission makes sure that you only target interested customers, and cannot be offensive in any way unless you slip and make your e-mails offensive yourself.

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E-mail marketing is permission based marketing

A permission is what it is, and a permission works like a bond between you and the customer. The customer has agreed to receive* e-mails from you, but you have agreed to actually send e-mails. On the surface, that’s pretty much everything. However, there is mch more to permissions than that. The client’s agreement to receive e-mail is simply a statement of initial trust – that you’ll send things that you should send. And you better do what you can to keep the trust, or you’ll lose the customer.

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