Even with all the advances in technology, email is still one of the best methods to drive conversion. It is typically the least expensive of all your options. Therefore, it generally has the greatest ROAS.
Any digital business can use an email service, but that doesn’t mean running an email marketing campaign on your own for a small business is easy or will be successful. Email campaigns take time and effort. First, you need to understand your customer, so you have a clear picture of what they need and motivate them to act. Then, you need to create a message that will stand out from the competition. This is difficult, especially when starting from scratch.
While it is challenging, a small business can excel at email marketing when executed correctly. It opens a good means of communication between your customers and your business, and it can build a stronger relationship in the long run.
If you’re looking to build an email marketing campaign for yourself, Steven MacDonald at SuperOffice wrote a piece with some of the best email marketing examples you can think through. It is a helpful guide, but success depending on knowing your audience and what it will take to motive them.
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