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Email Marketing: 7 Myths You Shouldn't Believe

Email Marketing: 7 Myths You Shouldn't Believe | Email Topics | Scoop.it
It may seem like email is a relic; a thing of the past. But it would be a huge business mistake to ignore email marketing. 7 email marketing myths dispelled

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John M. Holland's curator insight, November 4, 2013 7:28 AM

Email marketing is one of the most (if not the most) effective marketing tactics that you have at your disposal.

In fact, studies have shown that email marketing brings in an average of over $40 for every $1 spent. This takes into account sales in all sorts of price ranges. But you also have to keep in mind how good the average company is at email marketing (even if they are doing it in the first place).


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20 retailers integrating Pinterest into their email marketing

20 retailers integrating Pinterest into their email marketing | Email Topics | Scoop.it
It's not just casual Pinterest users making their own boards and pinning images, brands are fast discovering that sharing and adding pins to their own products can be an effective way to drive users to their ecommerce sites.
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Email Marketing FAQs to Grow Your Small Business - Salesforce Blog

Email Marketing FAQs to Grow Your Small Business - Salesforce Blog | Email Topics | Scoop.it
Get answers to common email marketing questions, from optimal email send times to email frequency and more.
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25 Mind Blowing Email Marketing Stats - BoxFreeIT

25 Mind Blowing Email Marketing Stats - BoxFreeIT | Email Topics | Scoop.it
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Email marketing is one of the most effective tactics for driving sales, but don't take my word for it.

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