Welcome to the ninth edition of email marketing tips on September 15, 2008.
I am publishing this edition two days earlier, because the carnival is featured on the homepage of blogcarnival.com all day long today.
We have the following categories today.
- General Tips
And I am continuing to feature the series of articles by A-list blogger and consultant Chris Garrett.
John's comment: Don't make forms complicated. Look at my blog I only ask for the email address. Anyway Andre explains more complex cases as well. Nothing new, but nonetheless valid.
Susan Tatum presents Business Website Development – Testing and Measuring posted at Technology Marketing by Tatum Marketing.
John's comment: Yes, you could measure almost everything, but focusing on a few key elements will do in most instances.
Keehek presents 15 Essential Tips for Increasing Sign-ups to Your Mailing List posted at The Matchbox, saying, “We'd like to share some of the things we've learned about getting the most from your email shots during our time as an email marketing and digital agency.”
John's comment: Thanks for sharing those 15 action steps! One tip is like ‘using PPC (pay-per-click advertising like Google Adwords) to drive traffic to your opt-in page’ Good! Relying on free organic search engine traffic is fine, but might ake some time. PPC allows you to test very quickly.
John's comment: A nicely written case study how Paul got his first 50 subscribers with two free methods. Check it out.
John's comment: Another very insightful article in Chris' series. Read it. Do it! Thanks, Chris.
Code Of Practice
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P.S.: If you like this edition, check out the previous email marketing tips - edition 7, too. (Edition number 8 was hosted on a different blog and got deleted, unfortunately.)
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