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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Poll the experts on how often you should send your email campaign to your subscribers and you’ll get varying responses that range from “ Test it out” or “Ask your subscribers.” Seems as if there may not be one single … Continue reading →
If you’ve ever been responsible for email marketing, whether it be as an Email Service Provider (ESP), Marketer, Business or Individual, one of your main concerns should be the deliverability of your message. Deliverability refers to whether or not your … Continue reading →
Merriam Webster Dictionary defines spam as unsolicited, usually commercial, e-mail sent to a large number of addresses. Unfortunately, email is not the only platform that spam has interrupted. Almost all social platforms also now exhibit some type of spam. For … Continue reading →
What distinguishes a successful call to action from an unsuccessful one? As a marketer or web developer, this is an answer you probably seek daily, based on who the target population is of your campaign and what the message is … Continue reading →
So a member of your target market has made it to your desired location; your Newsletter sign up page. All of your hard work in advertising and placement has paid off, but now what? Every day I search the internet … Continue reading →
QR Codes, or Quick Response codes, are those strange looking square markings that you see on a lot of things, including most of the products you purchase, these days. These markings can prompt many actions to occur, such as opening … Continue reading →
One of the most difficult task for marketers, new and experienced, is to develop their customer email address list. New marketers tend to want to short circuit the process and purchase a list from a list vendor. Experienced marketers, … Continue reading →