I started out as a digital marketing specialist who created content for various startups and small businesses.
But in 2017, I realized I was starting to get burned by email marketing.
After years of writing content, I began to realize that there was no way I could really make any money as a freelance writer.
That’s when I realized that email marketing wasn’t just about email marketing, it was about digital marketing.
I also realized that it was time to step away from my traditional business and start my own company.
Now, as a CEO and author of my own marketing strategy, I’m a big proponent of digital marketing as a way to sell our content and services.
In fact, I recently wrote a book titled The 5 Most Common Email Marketing Mistakes That Don’t Work.
Here are a few tips to help you get started in your email marketing journey.1.
Keep the email short and sweetThe most important rule of email marketing is to keep the email simple and succinct.
While most email marketing programs require you to send out multiple emails per day, the truth is that most of our emails are more like text messages.
In addition to getting your target audience to open the email, you’ll also want to keep your email to a minimum.
If you send too many emails, they’ll end up being too short and confusing.
Also, make sure you don’t send emails with too many keywords.
You don’t want to waste time on emails with a few dozen keywords.
So, instead of sending out several emails per week, make the most of each one.
I have found that the more keywords you use, the better your emails will look and sound.2.
Keep your target market interestedFirst and foremost, you want to send emails to your target markets.
You want to get their attention and interest in your product or service.
If it’s a niche market like your blog, your podcast, or your podcasting podcast, you might want to consider creating an advertisement for it.
If the email is a marketing tool or a marketing strategy piece, then it’s time to reach out to your market.
If your target is a large company or a large corporation, then you can opt to contact your customers directly via a form email.3.
Use a single email addressIt’s always a good idea to send a single, unique email address for each email.
I’m talking about your name and your company.
This will prevent a lot of spam and junk emails from coming in.
It also keeps your inbox cleaner.
The good thing about this approach is that you’ll be able to see all the emails from your customers.4.
Use an automated processThere are a number of email clients available for free that will allow you to manage your email accounts.
However, I prefer to use an email management app.
This allows me to track all the email addresses I receive.
For example, if I send a marketing email to my wife, it will show up in her inbox.
This makes tracking your email inbox a breeze.
You can also opt for automated email management by using email accounts or by using third-party apps.
I recommend email automation.5.
Use email marketing automation to automate your emailsYou can use any email automation tool to automate any email.
For instance, I can automate my email for you by using Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, and Google Apps.
For me, this allows me total control over what emails I send.
I can even set up a custom email template for my emails and add custom attachments for it as well.
For more tips on email automation, check out this article.6.
Create a sales funnel to generate leadsYou can create a sales channel to generate sales by creating content that leads your customers to your website or app.
For my purposes, I created a blog post with a list of free tips for creating a blog.
If I had a newsletter, I would create a newsletter that would be published monthly and include my sales tips.
If there was a video, I could put a video on YouTube and send out free links to it.
My goal was to create a way for my customers to find and engage with my content.
I could also create a website and a newsletter to drive traffic to my website or my app.
If all this sounds like your workflow, check this out: 7 Tips to Increase Your Sales By 10% in a Year.