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3 Easy Steps To Grow Your Email List Using Social Media 

3 Easy Steps To Grow Your Email List Using Social Media  | Surviving Social Chaos | Scoop.it
These 3 steps will help grow your email list using social media. It's never been easier to get started collecting emails with social media
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Research, based on an analysis of 100 million pieces of content, found that resharing old piece of content can boost conversions and engagement by up to 686 percent. When trying to promote your incentives and offers to join your email list on social media it is important not to just share it and forget. Instead, make regular posts and updates about your offer; if just 0.7 percent of people will engage with your average tweet, making more tweets will increase the chances of people subscribing. The same goes for all social media sites — use repetition to get your message noticed, and carefully convince the additional traffic you get to join your email list.
 
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5 Strategies for More Effective Email Campaigns

5 Strategies for More Effective Email Campaigns | Surviving Social Chaos | Scoop.it
Use these strategies to make the most of your email campaigns. They're simple, but when you implement them, you'll see how powerful they can be.
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(From the article): Always Have a Call to Action
This is classic advice, but you should always have a strong call to action at the end of the email. If it’s a basic content email where you aren’t trying to sell something, the call to action can be to reply with your thoughts. Other good calls to action are links and asking for the sale.
But you should only have one call to action – this falls under the scope of the one main idea.
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John Miller's curator insight, March 11, 2016 11:20 AM
(From the article): Always Have a Call to Action
This is classic advice, but you should always have a strong call to action at the end of the email. If it’s a basic content email where you aren’t trying to sell something, the call to action can be to reply with your thoughts. Other good calls to action are links and asking for the sale.
But you should only have one call to action – this falls under the scope of the one main idea.
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Why Every Ecommerce Store Should Have An Email Autoresponder 

Why Every Ecommerce Store Should Have An Email Autoresponder  | Surviving Social Chaos | Scoop.it
Is your ecommerce store taking advantage of email marketing? If not, you’re missing out big time…
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Email marketing is one of the best ways ecommerce stores can build relationships with customers, make more sales, and keep customers coming back for more. There’s no debate here – every ecommerce store will benefit from an email autoresponder, and several of our ecommerce clients here at ARCH are already seeing great results from their autoresponders.
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Fighting the Tide: Finding Your Inbox Nirvana

Fighting the Tide: Finding Your Inbox Nirvana | Surviving Social Chaos | Scoop.it

E-mail can be both a godsend and a nightmare, but when you fail to effectively manage your inbox, the nightmare side of the equation will be both dominant and depressing.

 

The benefits which flow from getting on top of your inbox are many, and the more effective you are at managing the timeliness of your responses, the more your clients and employees will appreciate you.

 

This good article, suggests that productivity improvements flow from getting on top of your inbox, and it offers five easy and low tech tips you can implement to help you to remove your e-mail nightmares.


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