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Posted By Stig1 on June 2, 2013
Information that gives your reader an advantage, alleviates fear, or prevents loss.
Clickthrough Rate (for each link)
Time and Day of the Week Open Rate and Click Response
Giving valuable, branded content (think videos, eBooks, special reports, and white papers)
Content and Subject Personalization
Email marketing, despite some reports to the contrary, is alive and well. In fact, many marketers find it one of the most effective ways to generate consumer engagement and stimulate sales. Sure, I'm biased, but that's experience talking. If you're looking for a more objective view, research conducted by Experian
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"One of the hardest things to do is to keep your name in front of the clients that you have already satisfied. The cost of acquiring new clients is just too high. Every opportunity to reach out and touch those satisfied clients in a way that isn’t too intrusive but at the same time reminds them that you are still there is important. WELD2 does that with you."
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“Acquiring new customers is expensive (five to ten times the cost of retaining an existing one), and the average spend of a repeat customer is a whopping 67 percent more than a new one.”
- INC. Magazine
"....the right content can make the newsletter into a daily habit. And nothing excites a business like the chance to create a profitable compulsion."
WIRED Magazine, 05/05/13
"68% of marketers agree e-newsletters are the top email messages which helps to achieve their business goals, up from 45% in 2011"
DMA "National Client Email Report", 2013
Email Marketing ROI = $39.40 for every $1 spent in 2012
- Direct Marketing Association