Email Marketing Services
As a digital agency, we’ve used a lot of email marketing tools over the years. Thinking beyond the email is more than worth it. According to McKinsey, Customized landing pages — which send the user directly to the item or offer featured in the e-mail — can increase conversion rates by more than 25 percent.” It’s especially worth it when creating a great second click is as simple as GetResponse makes it.
Automated: when someone does something, i.e. they download a brochure from your website, an email is triggered and sent to them the day after, a week after, a month after… that way, you don’t have to worry about following up the lead – you’re building awareness and capturing their interest for when the time is ‘right to buy’.
If you want the absolute simplest way to send emails to your contacts, and you don’t have more than 5,000 people that need to receive your emails, you can’t get any simpler than Tinyletter An insanely simple email newsletter app now run by MailChimp, Tinyletter has no templates, no integrations with other apps, and almost no features—that’s why it’s the only app on this list that doesn’t integrate with Zapier.
Companies using email marketing basically collect the email addresses of prospects and clients, and then send email messages to those subscribers, containing information about the products, special offers and so on. The company must explicitly ask permission to collect the email address and send future messages, and this is usually done with a double opt-in process (where the subscribe must fill a form with his name and email address, and then click on a confirmation link sent via email).
Solutions for Growth provides expertise in website design and development, logo design, graphic design, branding, print, full service email marketing and newsletters through Constant Contact (email service provider), search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM – Google AdWords), social media management (Facebook and Twitter), copywriting and marketing advice and strategy.
Truth be told: quite some email marketers have jumped on the big data (or better: smart and actionable data) evolution to optimize the return and tactical metrics they use, calling it customer experience optimization but not really embracing a more customer-oriented and different”, integrated approach around the customer, in the end what most digital transformation efforts are about in a marketing context.
That (apart from adapting the plain text version and starting the campaign) is more or less it. Creating an RSS-driven campaign may not sound like the most glamorous thing you’ve ever done but, once set up, it is an amazingly powerful marketing instrument that can run on auto-pilot driving traffic to your website and interest to your brand.
In this guide, we offer an overview of email marketing today, what it can do and how it fits in an integrated marketing approach, with these new generations in mind but also to refresh the minds of marketers who have embraced email marketing since a long time and want to optimize their email marketing efforts.