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comments 27.11.2019 Danish Mehmood @ Email Marketing, Guest Post

The Best Time to Send Emails (Backed by Expert Research)

When send emails

Email marketing isn’t simple. To start a mass mailing campaign you should take into account many factors. For example, the quality of mailing base, email’s content and the most appropriate time to start the mass mailing campaign. Read the article to know what hours, day and month are the best for sending emails.

comments 22.08.2019 Ebbe Kernel @ Guest Post, Social Media Marketing

How Social Media Managers Work More Efficiently

SMM

One career that has bloomed thanks to this rise in digital technology is that of a social media manager. It’s all about engaging with the public on the various social media in a consistent and active way in order to grow the business. Each interaction you have, each post you make, and each decision you make can have a huge impact on the company. So how can you go about being even more productive and making sure you’re going about things in the most efficient manner?

comments 25.06.2019 Chloe Bennet @ Email Marketing, Guest Post

Writing A Customer Email With A Personalized Touch

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Customers fear not being taken seriously or attended to enough in their concerns, so establishing the right tone and rhetorical voice in the greeting can go a long way to allay their fears and win them over. Do not send emails that start “Customer_73564…”, it won’t make your image any favors and it will likely lead to a decreased sense of trust in your customer…
Find more advises on how to write email newsletter, that will charm your reader in this article!

comments 15.04.2019 Chris Donald @ Email Marketing, Email Marketing Strategy, Guest Post

How to Keep Your Emails Away from the Promotions Tab of Gmail

How to reach Gmail inbox

Moreover, even if your user does check their Promotions tab, your email will be lying in the midst of a plethora of other marketing emails. So, no matter how much of your effort goes into crafting engaging content for the readers, if your email gets buried in the Promotions tab, the chances of it being noticed are slim.
You can’t make changes to Google’s algorithms that work in the background to decide which email goes under which tab. However, you can make a few changes in your emails to make them recognized as primary emails.

comments 14.03.2019 Chintan | InboxArmy @ Email Marketing, Email Marketing Strategy, Email Marketing Tips, Guest Post

Applying the Principles of Dating for Successful Email Marketing

Principles of Dating in Email Marketing

So how do swoop in and leave an impression? Catchy taglines, marketing gimmicks and flashy visuals might catch your consumer’s eye. But what they really want is something more profound.
That’s the only way to make them your endgame.
Lucky for you, we’ve created an effective guide that teaches you how to achieve this feat:

comments 11.03.2019 Quinn Cooley @ Email Marketing, General, Guest Post

Taming The Masses: Skills That Empower Modern Marketers + Infographics

Top DIgital Marketing Skills

In today’s digitally empowered society, marketing is one of the most lucrative industries in the world. The feats accomplished by today’s skilled marketers are nothing short of amazing. They can capture the attention of millions of potential consumers among a global audience in only a few short hours using specialized skills and a computer.
Marketing trends are ever evolving. As a new generation takes the helm of society, marketers must adjust new tools, skills, and strategies to reach a young and increasingly the influential audience.

comments 11.02.2019 Nikola Banicek @ Guest Post, Internet Marketing Strategies, Marketing

Should Businesses Hire an In-House Marketer or Outsource to an Agency?

Digital Marketing

Take a look at any big business, and you’ll notice that many of their day-to-day operations are handled internally. But as we know, smaller businesses don’t often have this same luxury.
Whether it’s not having the right skills on board, or not being able to find the time to really put the effort in, many small businesses are being left facing a very big dilemma: do they work to create an in-house team, or do they outsource the necessary tasks to a ready-made, raring-to-go professional agency?