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Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices
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Speed Marketing 2 - eMail Best Practices

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Learn how to optimize eMail to connect with customers and build relationships and sales.

Learn how to optimize eMail to connect with customers and build relationships and sales.

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  • 1. Direct Email Marketing Anthony Coffman Liam Keohane Lindsay Patrick Greg Rodenfels Dan Schaffer Terry Stewart “Top 10 Things You Should Know About Email”
  • 2. AIDA Strategy • Attention-the first part of your write-up grabs the readers' attention. • Information-the second part gives them information. • Desire-the third part makes them desire your product. • Action-the fourth part spurs them to action making them reach for their credit card and buy your product.
  • 3. Email Capabilities • Interactivity-two-way, rather then one way communication • Rapidity-a message can travel swiftly from marketer to consumer, providing quick feedback • Reach –provides good reach since a large proportion has an email address
  • 4. Permission Marketing • Types -Opt-out -Opt-In -Double or confirmed Opt-In • Benefits -Message Relevance -Monetary Benefit
  • 5. How To Utilize Email
  • 6. Subject line • Make the subject line the headline • If the subject line is strong, crisp, and compelling, they'll open your email • Good keywords to put in a subject line: -Free -Sale -% 0ff • Be creative
  • 7. Professional Email Signature • Every time you send a business email, you should include a professional signature at the bottom • Signature should include: - your name - business name - full web address • Free advertising for you • Provides instant access to your contact information
  • 8. Signature Examples Irene J. Dickey Lecturer Director P&G Marketing Challenge Marketing Club Faculty Advisor Zeta Tau Alpha Faculty Advisor Miriam Hall 609 Dept. of Management & Marketing School of Business Administration University of Dayton (937) 229-2025 (937) 229-3744 irene.dickey@notes.udayton.edu Gregory J. Rodenfels University of Dayton rodenfgj@notes.udayton.edu (440) 382-1649
  • 9. Find an Affiliate • Aka signature buddy • Allows you to reach more customers • Have someone to include your web address below their own signature every time they send an email • In return, do the same for them • Benefit = Both get free advertising
  • 10. Create a News Letter • Time consuming but worth the effort • Used to promote products and services • Can hire a free lancer
  • 11. Send Coupons • Who doesn’t like saving money? • Send coupons on a regular basis • Promotional tool to increase business and sales • Good Examples –Eddie Bauer –J Crew –Barnes & Noble
  • 12. Examples
  • 13. Send Thank You Notes • Send thank you notes to your customer through email after a sale • Polite gesture • Internet marketing at its finest • Shows sincere appreciation
  • 14. Homework • Joel Book • Went to MarketingSherpa’s Email Summit • “Email marketers are being challenged to do more with less.” • Webinar on Gordman’s (Retailer) -April 1 -Have to register on Exact Target’s website

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