The Pay Per Visit Email Bloggers
The purpose of this blog is to provide insightful observations and useful tips to help you make the best decisions on your email marketing and social media strategies and tactics.
Stephanie brings over ten years of exceptional customer service experience to the email marketing industry, receiving customer service training from organizations like the Ritz Carlton and several others. By understanding the value in communicating effectively, she has been able to provide them with an optimal customer experience.
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Category Archives: Email Creative
Valuable content. That would probably be the obvious choice. Think about what makes you hit that “Always Display Images” link. What differentiates that message from the regular “Display images” one time link? Sure, if you find yourself continuously opening and … Continue reading
Interesting in adding email marketing to the mix? Not sure where to begin? It seems as if there are a few different ways to attack email marketing. The one extreme is to plan and plot the foreseeable goals and plans … Continue reading
With the recent release of Microsoft’s new Outlook interface, I thought it would be appropriate to go over some of the new features and looks that have gotten everyone excited about this. And if it wasn’t confusing enough, naming it … Continue reading
I’m not sure about you, but one of the most aggravating things is talking to someone who you know is not listening to a word you say. It almost seems humorous, the fact that someone who works with people all … Continue reading
Are you aware of the concept of “drip marketing?” Many marketers today believe in the Law of 29, which states that the average prospect will not turn into a customer until they have viewed the message 29 times. In lieu … Continue reading