Email Marketing 101 Begins with Planning...
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Your best chance of success with email marketing is to create a plan based on the products that you want to promote. It all starts with your product funnel, which leads to your content marketing plan, which leads to your email marketing calendar. All email marketing 101 should be focused toward promoting your products and/or services and that requires planning. The steps in your pack will help you increase the results of your email marketing.
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Start Appropriate Email Lists for Each Product– Using your autoresponder, create the lists for each product or service that you will promote. At the minimum you will want a general email list for people who visit the front page of your blog and then two lists for each product you sell. Create one list for people who purchased the product and one list for people who just want more info about the particular product. Name them appropriately so that you know where to put the messages based from where the audience joins your list.
Develop a New Product Launch Calendar – Knowing when each product is being launched for new upcoming products and or services will help you identify which lists you can include the announcements and information on. Plus, it will remind you to create new sales pages, lists, blog posts and email marketing messages for each new product.
Email Marketing 101 PLR Article Topics have you covered...
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-How to Turn an Unsubscribe Back into a Subscribe
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-Making the Most of Your ECourse
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