A great email subject line will sell the email copy, and compel your subscribers into opening the email to consume the juicy content inside. It should not only make the reader feel that the email contains life-changing information, but that not reading could be a huge mistake.
Boring, uninspiring titles on the other hand, will get deleted, as busy people quickly clear their inbox so they can get on with the rest of their day.
Rebecca IshibashiBoost Your Email Open Rates with Attention Grabbing Subject Lines!
Most of us have a friend or relative who signed up and invested in a popular Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) or Direct Marketing (DM) business at some point.
And those of us who do have become very well acquainted with the marketing strategies that follow.
There are many highly dedicated MLM’s and DM’s out in the world who have transcended beyond the usual marketing strategies that are used by many in this industry. Those usual strategies include making suggestions or requests to friends, relatives, or connections to book a party, invite their friends and relatives.
Rebecca IshibashiFill the Hole in Your Multi-Level or Direct Marketing Strategy
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
Holiday marketing strategies should take on a new meaning for most small business owners. It doesn’t matter if you have an online business or an offline business. If you ignore the holidays and think that sales will come anyway, you’re mistaken. Even if you sell holiday-related items, you will need to plan your marketing efforts. Remember, in today’s economic landscape, most people try to resist impulse purchases – they plan how they will spend their money for gifts and other holiday merchandise It’s your job to give them a reason to spend their money with you.
Rebecca IshibashiHoliday Marketing Tips for Small Businesses
Stop Making These 3 Mistakes with Your Social Media
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!