In case you’re an Instagram user you know the custom of checking your most recent video post for perspectives. Your number of perspectives is an image of your status. In the event that you have numerous preferences, it’s a sign to others that your video merits viewing. So those numbers must ascension.
Spam filters are the bane of everyone using email marketing. You don’t want to waste your time, effort and money. There are many reasons why your emails could end up in your subscribers’ spam folder. The most common reason is that spam words were used in the email. Keep in mind that you need to watch both your subject line and body copy language. So what words should you avoid?
Before we really get started let’s define what personalization in direct mail is. It is more than just putting the name and address on the piece. In 2019, even just adding dear name or just a name is no longer the best way to personalize your direct mail. Don’t get me wrong, you still need to have the name, but you can get so much more creative than that now. So don’t just stop there, get more personal with offers, images, landing pages and more.
When you think about marketing, you probably think about all the different ways that you reach out to customers. And that’s great—you should be reaching out to people through email and in person and on your website and on social media. But have you thought about how you integrate those experiences to help you maximize your marketing? Many companies have not.
You may think that social media is pretty straight forward, however really good social media marketing uses psychology. Before campaign creation can start you need to take the time to dig deeper into your followers. Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those affecting behavior in a given context. So, if we want to create social media that people can’t help but respond to, we need to get into their minds.