email marketing

by Tasmia kaynat 24 replies
what is email marketing?I want to about it in details.
#email marketing #email #marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author innn
    Email marketing is a way to reach consumers directly via electronic mail.
    Unlike spam, direct email marketing reaches those interested in your business’ area of expertise.
    The information is sent out more like a laser-guided missile than a bomb: No matter what you’re selling, it is a way to reach thousands of potential customers directly at a relatively low cost when compared to advertising or other forms of media exposure.
    It brings your business’ message through an attractive mix of graphics, text and links directly to people who may have never heard of your business or considered your products, but are knowledgeable and interested in your business’ area of expertise.
  • Profile picture of the author Sieghart
    Hi,

    Email marketing is using email as a platform to send people advertisements, request business, or solicit sales. You may refer to this thread as it may be helpful to answer your question:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/email-ma...e-can-use.html
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  • Profile picture of the author greatwriter
    You get people to sign up for your newsletter, after which you start sending them emails from time to time. The main aim of doing this is for you to connect with your subscribers with the aim of selling them something in the long run.
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  • Profile picture of the author jords16
    Email marketing is one of the many ways to make money with. First is to build an email list. this could be your first thing in mind. "how to build a list"? you can build an email by creating landing pages and send traffic to it. or you can make a blog and ask them to join your list if they are getting satisfaction from your blog.
    thanks.
  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by Tasmia kaynat View Post

    what is email marketing?I want to about it in details.
    Here's wikipedia's definition. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Email_marketing
  • Profile picture of the author dleigh
    It basically consists of:

    1. An autoresponder account
    Could be Aweber, Getresponse, or any of the others.

    2. A list of subscribers
    Marketers accumulate subscribers in lots of different ways. Customers who bought a product, people who opt-in for a free gift, etc.

    3. Follow-Up or Autoresponder Series
    This is the series of emails you set up to automatically go out to a subscriber after he/she signs up to your list. This is the time when a subscriber's interest is at its peak.

    4. Broadcast Emails
    These are emails that you send whenever you want. In others words, they are not automated like the Follow-Up Series.

    There's a lot more you can explore with email marketing. I suggest you sign up with an autoresponder first. They will have a lot of educational resources available for you.
  • Profile picture of the author The Author
    I would not be able to provide you with all the details in a single post, unless I want to publish another eBook. Basically, it involves creating landing pages and web forms. Which is why your own website or preferably blog is so important. This is how you gain subscribers.

    Then there's your auto responder messages, where you share your cloaked affiliate links (Which is done with plugins from your blog). These are your promotional emails, no more than 4 per week.

    And your Newsletter, which is the message where you share useful information. Even presentations to a certain extend, but no more than 1 message per week.

    There are many factors to consider, like the use of color psychology combined with your lead magnet on your web form. As I mentioned earlier, the details are way too dense to squeeze into one post.
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