Email Marketing

Blog, Email Marketing / 24.03.2016

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If you’re like me, then you have several email accounts. You probably also have way too many emails in your inboxes! I have my work email address, my main email address and a couple go to email addresses I only use if I’m required to give an email address but I’m not sure if I really want to be signed up for an offer. On top of all this, I’m also subscribed to several newsletters and blog update emails because I obviously need more to read everyday.

B2B, Blog, Email Marketing / 04.02.2016

email_icon_momentum_blog_sept14.jpgWe all tend to stick with what we know. It’s our comfort zone. For our agency, Constant Contact has been a comfort zone. We know how the templates work and what to expect with deliverability. As we continually re-evaluate our clients needs, we’ve realized that while most of our clients benefit from email marketing, some need other services offered in different ways.

B2B, B2B Websites, Blog, Email Marketing, Marketing Ideas / 14.01.2016

25401285_s.jpgWe recently spoke with an organization who comes in contact with thousands of prospects each year. They struggle with getting each prospect the right information at the right time in their buying cycle. Not every prospect is a qualified buyer (we all run into those “tire kickers”), so they really need a way to quickly and easily separate the serious buyers from the curious information seekers.

B2B, B2B Websites, Blog, Business, Email Marketing, Marketing Ideas / 07.01.2016

B2B Email, B2B websiteAt the end of last year, Adestra released it’s 2015 Subject Line Analysis Report. We strongly suggest you go and download this handy reference which includes information for various industries. As consumers receive more and more marketing emails, getting the subject line right--which increases opens and clicks--becomes even more important. The competition for the click is stiff.

Blog, Business, Email Marketing, Mississippi Business, Uncategorized / 02.12.2015

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survey last year by Custora shows customer acquisition via email has quadrupled over the last 4 years. For small businesses, one of the major roadblocks to starting and sustaining an email marketing campaign is building their list. If you never start, you’ll never reach your goal, so let’s get started with a good list of current customers who want to hear your message.

  1. Ask for it.

If you’ve noticed, all the big box stores are asking for your email address. Why? Because they know customers respond to email marketing. When a customer buys from your retail location or schedules a service with your company, ask for their email address. You can start by emailing a receipt or a thank you for your purchase email.

B2B, B2B Websites, Blog, Email Marketing / 17.11.2015

As B2B companies, we want people to open the emails we send out in our B2B email marketing campaigns. More than that we want people to click on those emails and participate in our surveys, engage with our landing pages, explore our B2B websites, and purchase our products and services. The problem is that there are a lot of things that affect whether people open our emails or not: the time of day, the weather, and, yes, the subject line.