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this is probably my first big project ... having this store in my position observed not selling a lot .. i really thought about how to help them out .. and @ and improve my marketing skills. .. I want to do so via email marketing ... so I need a tool to help me create emails in my area ..
#email #marketing #tool
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  • Profile picture of the author cheese1688
    Mate, slow down. Its a bit hard to understand what you wanted to say.
    1. You have store.
    2. You want to improve your marketing skills and make more sales.
    3. So you want to build a list?
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  • Profile picture of the author mcl00ud
    I wouldn't create emails for that purpose that's shady.
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  • Translation not so good, but here goes:

    So you want to help out a retail store in your location with an email marketing campaign and you need a tool for obtaining emails.

    There are a couple of ways - one of them is:
    You need something to entice the store's target market to give you their email address. A free offer that would appeal to the store's customers perhaps.
    This can also be done with on the street community canvassing, survey questions in return for a gift, etc. get their email so they can get notified about their free gift and then have them pick up their gift in the store*!

    Use these emails to keep announcing sales and news from time to time about the store and what common interests the customer shares with the store's products.

    Constant Contact. Constant Contact is the best email marketing service for small businesses. ...

    Others are:
    • SendInBlue. ...
    • GetResponse. ...
    • MailChimp. ...
    • ConvertKit. ...
    • Drip. ...
    • AWeber. ...
    • Keap.

    Create a Landing Page (GetResponse has LP templates and provides the whole funnel for lead capture) - you may want to create a website if the store doesn't have one if your target market is more actionable from a mobile device or computer.

    Create some type of related FREE digital gift for your target market to give up their email for. If you don't do the street canvassing, then you'll need social media but you'll need to implement this very well in order to see results - personally, I'd go and do the survey thingy for local physical stores.

    I hope this little bit helps, someone else will assuredly add more wisdom shortly.
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    • Profile picture of the author akshay7
      Originally Posted by professorrosado View Post

      Translation not so good, but here goes:

      So you want to help out a retail store in your location with an email marketing campaign and you need a tool for obtaining emails.

      There are a couple of ways - one of them is:
      You need something to entice the store's target market to give you their email address. A free offer that would appeal to the store's customers perhaps.
      This can also be done with on the street community canvassing, survey questions in return for a gift, etc. get their email so they can get notified about their free gift and then have them pick up their gift in the store*!

      Use these emails to keep announcing sales and news from time to time about the store and what common interests the customer shares with the store's products.

      Constant Contact. Constant Contact is the best email marketing service for small businesses. ...

      Others are:
      • SendInBlue. ...
      • GetResponse. ...
      • MailChimp. ...
      • ConvertKit. ...
      • Drip. ...
      • AWeber. ...
      • Keap.

      Create a Landing Page (GetResponse has LP templates and provides the whole funnel for lead capture) - you may want to create a website if the store doesn't have one if your target market is more actionable from a mobile device or computer.

      Create some type of related FREE digital gift for your target market to give up their email for. If you don't do the street canvassing, then you'll need social media but you'll need to implement this very well in order to see results - personally, I'd go and do the survey thingy for local physical stores.

      I hope this little bit helps, someone else will assuredly add more wisdom shortly.
      Good advice here. Just want to point out to focus a lot more on your audience and not underestimate calling your prospects.
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  • Profile picture of the author codyhay
    well you can try hunter.io, its a good tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author vivekodm
    MailChimp is the best tool, try it
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    MailChimp is the best tool, try it

    I disagree strongly. MailChimp does not care much for marketers - and does not permit affiliate marketing. The only reason people recommend it is because there is a 'free option' which has limited functions and no support.
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