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  1. 1. How to Create Your Strategic Email Marketing Plan<br />By Sa’dIskender<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Every email that gets sent must be part of an overall marketing plan.<br />Your email marketing strategy included...is more like this: <br />"Give everything with great passion and joy, and provide the opportunity for others to share."<br />
  3. 3. Introduction (Cont…)<br />When you have a product or service, care deeply about it. <br />Learn all you can about it, and find others who share your passion. <br />Promote others as well as yourself, and create competition if none exists. <br />Be generous in all that you do. <br />The law of reciprocity says "what goes around, comes around." <br />
  4. 4. Introduction (Cont…)<br />Consider your unique value proposition. Many marketers believe this means pitting yourself against your competition...sometimes against your friends. <br />That, however, is a lie, or a mistaken perception. <br />If you examine your product or service carefully, you can undoubtedly find something different about it.<br />
  5. 5. Introduction (Cont…)<br />And, if you can't find something different about it...create it. <br />Maybe it's your shortened delivery time (think Dominoes...30 minutes or less or its free); <br />maybe it's your superior quality (think Whole Foods),<br />or perhaps it's the image of poppin' fresh (think Pillsbury Doughboy);<br /> there is always a way to distinguish yourself from others. You have a unique value proposition. <br />
  6. 6. Introduction (Cont…)<br />If you don't already know what it is, search until you discover it or create it.<br />Develop your marketing plan around your unique value proposition. What passion...what joy...what relief from fear, need, or frustration will your end user get? How can you share it?<br />
  7. 7. Steps to create Your Strategic Email Marketing Plan<br />1. Clarify your intent<br /> a single sentence that communicates to the prospect or customer that your product or service has a certain value that he or she must have<br />
  8. 8. Steps to create Your Strategic Email Marketing Plan ( Cont…)<br />2. Define Your Purpose<br />What is the intent of your email campaign?<br />What do you want it to accomplish? <br />This is the goal that all e-mails will be<br />centered around.<br />
  9. 9. Steps to create Your Strategic Email Marketing Plan ( Cont…)<br />3. Identify Your Audience<br /> How big is your audience, how segmented...how many different target markets are you writing for? <br />
  10. 10. Steps to create Your Strategic Email Marketing Plan ( Cont…)<br />4. Develop Your Strategy: <br />How can you position your company with <br />every offer? <br />While you may desire to provide tons of<br />detail to support every aspect of your<br />unique value proposition, focus on the one<br />core concept that sets you apart.<br />
  11. 11. Steps to create Your Strategic Email Marketing Plan ( Cont…)<br />4. Develop Your Strategy: (Cont…) <br />Even when you know your prospects and<br />customers have more than sufficient<br />cognitive ability to process and make a<br />fully considered decision about the<br />relative value your product or service can<br />deliver, most simply don't have time. <br />
  12. 12. Steps to create Your Strategic Email Marketing Plan ( Cont…)<br />4. Develop Your Strategy: (Cont…) <br />Therefore, they will normally focus on a<br />single, reliable feature. When your core<br />concept is clearly set.<br />your strategy is to positively exploit their<br />reliance and compliance. Without extra<br />words, without confusing or unnecessary<br />information, and without any fraudulent<br />intent.<br />
  13. 13. Conclusion<br />The expanded law of reciprocity begins and ends with giving. <br />Design your strategic email marketing plan to share your passion and joy with your prospects to fill their needs, or relieve their fears and frustrations by giving the best value available anywhere. Period.<br />