Some of the best tools in SEO are rarely used by Digital Marketers. I will be explaining most of them in the coming weeks. Here is a short list of a few tools I use regularly:
“Educate your readers”, “Don’t not spam!”, ” Reduce frequency.” -these are common advices we hear when we ask the question about reducing unsubscription rates or spam complaints, but is it a good advice or just a generic canned advice? Let me share my experience here.
Again, this comes to the question of what your intention of building the list is; if you are planning for a long term email-marketing business or a quick “churn and burn” list system. If you are planning for the latter, you do not require a high quality list where you have to make sure that the lead is really interested …
Purchasing an email list is one of the most common reasons why marketers believe that email marketing does NOT work. Your potential to make them work is just as good as the quality of your email list. Most of the time these lists are spammed to death (unresponsive state) before they are sold as just a database.
If you are a local business advertising online, the first step is to stand out from the crowd (visible! isn’t it?), but it not as simple as it sounds. You might have a unique branding, positioning in market and USP, but if your funnel looks like your 100s of competitors, you will not stand out.