If you are business owner who is marketing online, a sales funnel is one of the most important marketing tools you can have. But there are many who don’t understand the importance of sales funnel nor do they understand how to create one.
Failing to grasp this critical part of your marketing your business can result in fewer sales, lower profits, and ultimately, an unprofitable business.
Rebecca IshibashiSales Funnel: What Is It and Why Do I Need One?
What!? Now I know that sounds counter-intuitive, but it’s true! When it comes your email list, size doesn’t matter as much as the quality of your subscribers and how they respond to you.
High quality subscribers want your information and look forward to your emails. They OPEN and read your emails or at least scan through them! They stay on your list long-term and they act on your offers and recommendations.
Rebecca IshibashiYour Email List – It’s Not the Size That Counts
Email marketing can be very effective, but like race car driving, it’s only as effective as the person behind the wheel. It’s important to know how to use email marketing correctly to get the kind of results you want and without violating laws that regulate its use. This also applies to SMS or mobile marketing.
Rebecca IshibashiSMS & Email Marketing: The #1 Thing You SHOULD Do When Using
Why is social media important to your email marketing strategy?
Social media is an important part of any business marketing strategy due to its popularity and reach. Social media that focuses on your email marketing can result in a very effective marketing strategy because it can help you drive your fans and followers to your website AND to your email opt-in form. Your ultimate goal is to convert your social media audience into subscribers and then, subscribers into customers or buyers. Here are some ways your social media efforts can get more subscribers to your email list.
Rebecca IshibashiHow Social Media Can Grow Your Email List
Which Email Marketing Option Is Right For Your Business
Double opt in vs. single opt in is one of the most hotly debated topics in email marketing. Proponents of double opt in claim that it produces a higher converting email list with far fewer spam complaints. Single opt in supporters say that the lower conversion rates are justified because of the increased number of subscribers.
Below you will learn the key difference between the two types of opts in’s and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Rebecca IshibashiEmail Marketing: Double Opt In vs. Single Opt In
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My Ideal Client
MY IDEAL CLIENT is passionate about her work and how she serves others! She understands that to do her core business well – to do what she does BEST – her schedule has little room to be doing the types of activities that I can provide to eliminate OVERWHELM!
Simply put, she spends more time working ON her business than she does working IN it!