Do’s & Don’ts of Email Marketing

Did you know that 20% of all legitimate emails never reach the inbox? Forrester predicts that in 2014, $144M will be spent on marketing emails that never get …

16 Replies to “Do’s & Don’ts of Email Marketing”

  1. I really enjoy your information. I receive subscribers from all over the world from my website and was wondering if you recommend html or basic when sending emails? I have heard that many countries can not receive a html email message.

  2. What's your opinion about getting teacher emails from the school website? Even though they didn't give it to you personally, if your audience users are teachers; is there a problem with this tactic?

  3. Hey, you really listed out the best practices of email marketing. I would say "Paid Ads" are the best way to build an email list fast.Learned this from Jimmy, author of "The money is in the list" ebook. Check it out at #moneyinthelist

  4. Hey there! Have you come across – Amazing AR Mail Genie (I cant remember the place now, but just Google it)? I've heard some pretty good stories about it from people who have got their hands on the contents. It seems like that it really does reduce the time and effort required to produce your own emails to send to your people

  5. Hey Lauren and Regan, thanks for this great video! I especially love the tip about sending an email to a couple good customers first to get their feedback before you send it to the larger list. I work with local, bricks-and-mortar businesses, and I'm always telling them that their number one priority MUST be to build their email list. There's no better way to have control over your business than to have a list of prospects and customers to reach out to. Otherwise, every time you have to make a sale you need to go out and find a brand-new customer! Appreciate these tips, ladies. Have a great day!

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