Over time our approach to email marketing subscriber growth needs to change or else our numbers dwindle. As a marketer, you know that your email list is your ticket to building brand awareness and converting leads to paying customers. To maintain your customer flow, you need to continuously feed new potential leads into the cycle by getting them to subscribe to your email messages.
The reality is that when a prospect visits your website, they are not ready to buy. Email marketing can help nurture those prospects to become customers. This is not just any old email though; you need to send emails that are specific to their needs. Automation of this email program is called triggered emails. This sends emails to prospects based on actions that they take. So how can you make this work for you?
It is never easy trying to decide how to use email marketing during a crisis, but now more than ever with the current pandemic we need to figure it out quickly. Since there are so many issues and questions about this topic, we decided it would be most helpful to put together a list of some Do’s and Don’ts during the crisis.