Everyone can agree that most people hate receiving too many emails, especially if they’re not interesting or irrelevant. Without quality and relevant content, subscribers can easily become inactive which means brands need to have re-engagement tactics in place. It’s important to impress upon your audience why they’re not wasting their time opening and reading your emails.
Email marketing is incredibly powerful offering exceptional flexibility but there are several legal guidelines you should know about. That’s right, we are referring to GDPR and the CAN-SPAM Act. While the focus may be on all the rules, they can actually help you manage your mailing list more effectively.
There is so much you can do to tailor your email marketing strategy but before we get to that, it’s important to learn the relevant laws to make sure you comply. Getting subscribers to explicitly opt-in (give permission) to send emails is only the tip of the iceberg. From a business’ perspective and that of your customers, it’s the right thing to do.
One of the biggest challenges businesses face is creating social media content that consistently keeps the audience interested. You need to find the right balance and the point is not to sound like a sales pitch but more like a conversation. How does the audience benefit from reading your content? What value or benefit does it offer?
Lackluster research and poor writing is a sure way of putting off your audience. Content creation should be taken seriously and if not, you are better off without it. Never post just for the sake of posting something; make an effort and the leads will follow. Continue reading
More and more conversations, both business and personal, take place online. Businesses that take advantage of building and maintaining online communities create a connection. A connection which is fed by customer service and the experience of that customer service. It is these connections which increase social engagement, customer loyalty and ultimately return on investment.