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In this presentation you will learn how to grow and expand your business and the importance of email marketing.

In this presentation you will learn how to grow and expand your business and the importance of email marketing.

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    • A Small Business Marketing& Website Development CompanyCopyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com Buying Customers ―5 Ways‖ Formula Why You Need Email Marketing Email Marketing Best Practices Email Marketing Subject Lines Email Marketing Opening Reasons Suited Email Marketing Call-to-Action Example – Free eBook Download Landing Page Example – Sign Up for FREE eBook Marketing Email Example – Fee eBook Download Email Suited Marketing Services Why Choose Suited Marketing - Bio, Services, Websites Created Why Choose Suited Marketing Video Suited Marketing Needs Assessment
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com Revolutionary new rules for you to get more customers withfar less money.- Buying Customers - Bradley Sugars http://bit.ly/KUlPMT What if you were guaranteed that every new customerbuying from you would spend the next 5 years buying moreproducts at ever higher price points? Or you were certain every dollar spent on your advertisingwould return extra dollars to you down the road? Or you could finally look at your marketing efforts asinvestments, rather than expenses? For a lot of businesses, they consider ideas like profit persale or profit per item, but most don’t think about profit percustomer.
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com 5 Key drivers that exist in any businesswhich will explode your bottom line. Generating Leads Converting those leads into customers Getting those customers buying fromyou time and again Average dollar sale Profit margins
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com Most small businesses are viewing theentirety of their marketing as an expenseand hoping their campaigns will bring inenough customers, instead of beingproactive and knowing what campaignscan work profitably. Once you know what you can spend onacquisition cost and you begin generatingnew customers, you have to know how tokeep them coming back.
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com B2B emails achieved the highest open rates at27.97%. (Source: eConsultancy) Consumers who receive email marketing spend83% more when shopping. (Source: iContact) Average return on email marketing investment:$44.25 for every dollar spent. (Source: iContact) Average orders from email marketing rose12.0%, from $160.99 in 2011, to $180.25 at theend of 2012. (Source: Experian) 82% of consumers open email from companies.(Source: Litmus)
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com Emails issued on Saturdays andSundays had higheropen, click, and transaction rates— but much lower volume. (Source:Experian) Campaigns issued from 8 p.m. to 4a.m. had higher responses than themore popular 4 a.m. to 12 p.m. timeperiod. (Source: Experian)
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com For B2B companies, subject lines that containedthe terms “money,” “revenue,” and “profit”perform the highest. (Source: Adestra July 2012 Report) Subject lines that contained the terms “ROI,”“asset,” and “industry” perform the lowest.(Source: Adestra July 2012 Report) Subject lines with 30 or fewer charactersperformed above average in opens and clicks.(Source: Adestra July 2012 Report) Personalized subject lines are 22.2% more likelyto be opened. However, personalized emails had aclick-through rate 16.5% lower than average.(Source: Adestra July 2012 Report)
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com 64% of people say they open an email because of thesubject line. (Source: Chadwick Martin Bailey) News-related terms in subject lines perform fair, but betterthan discount-related terms. Discount terms in subject lines generally performed belowaverage, with ―sale‖ being the outlier. Subject lines fewer than 10 characters long boasted an openrate of 58%, 38% higher than the next highest open rate, forsubject lines of 50-59 characters in length (42%). (Source:Informz 2012 Email Marketing Benchmarks Report) “Snappy” subject lines of 1-2 words easily performed bestin each of the metrics, while those with more than 14 wordsalso performed above average. All other word count groupsskewed closely to the average. (Source: Adestra July 2012 Report)
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.comwww.suitedmarketing.com
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.comnew-rules-viral-marketing-ebook-download.suitedmarketing.biz
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.comsuitedmarketing.com/1shoppingcart/new-rules-viral-marketing-ebook-download.html
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com Email Marketing Campaigns Article Writing & Blogging Social Media Management & Marketing Video Development & Marketing Online Workshops “How To” Video Tutorials Website Development Search Engine Optimization Content Management Form & Landing Page Creations Link Building Site Listings Lead Management Website Conversions & Call-to-Actions
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com Suited Marketing Bio and Services Video -youtu.be/iz1PFyRwMVc Why Choose Suited Marketing Video -youtu.be/6XvSJYxjn54 Websites Created suitedmarketing.com ellenbradleyganus.com judeshighenergy.com aarestriping.com insynchealing.com thereserowley.com successteamblog.com 4pillarstofreedom.com
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.comOur unique process of Educate - Empower - Execute will help ensureyour online success. We give you all the tools you need to besuccessful, we empower you to do what you need to do on your own,and we are here to guide you through the process. Its that simple.Please fill out the Needs Assessment Form so that we can assessyour current marketing strategies and then create for you acustomized plan to help ensure your success. Remember, the moredetailed information you provide us, the better we will be able to serveyou.
    • Copyright 2009 - 2013. Suited Marketing CompanyAll Rights Reserved. www.suitedmarketing.com