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The delivery of your newsletters

Some of the most common reasons why your email marketing campaigns did not arrive in your client’s inbox are:

1) Bounces:  These are usually categorized as “hard” and “soft”. A hard bounce means a permanent problem with the delivery, such as when you send an email to an address that does not exist. A soft bounce refers to a temporary problem, for example, if the recipient’s inbox is full.

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How to create the appropriate content of your Newsletter

 
You must dedicate a lot of time on building your newsletter content. In order for your email marketing efforts to be effective, you must be very consistent. So what is the easiest and fastest way to build your email marketing content?
 
1. Keep it short and simple- It is better to create a newsletter that captures your recipient’s attention, and it does not necessarily have to be long. It is ok to search for information on the internet on the topic you want to talk about and expose yourself to more ideas and facts. (Always mention the source where you gathered the information from, and you should always add your personal thoughts to it).
 
2. Always create a brief draft- in order to keep your key ideas alive, make sure you make an outline with the important things that you do not want to forget later on. Once you have an outline, it is very easy to come up with the whole newsletter or blog posting.
 
3. It is important to talk about the industry in general as well as your company too. Many companies focus on talking at all times on their company rather than the industry, and it is ok to talk about your company, but you should always add as a complement tips and facts on the trends and direction that the industry is going, that will engage the reader even more.
 
4. Use email marketing as a bridge to your old communications or postings,. It is ok to write a blog on different things such as  your old articles, your old blogs, and even link your new newsletters from things that you previously used.
 
 
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How to differentiate a Proper Subject line with one that should be avoided!

 
The first things that email filters look at when you are going to send out an email, is the content of the subject line, if they find words they considered to be "spammy", they will sure block your emails.
 
Every time you are going to send out a blast you have to consider the fact that the subject line is not only the first thing your recipient will see, but also, it is one of the most important factors that will decide if they will open what you are sending to them, or if they will not.
 
Good subject lines have to be simple, clear and to the point. If the recipient is interested in what you are sending them, they will be very happy if your subject line directs them to what the email will be about.
 
Always make sure that when trying to sell a product, you do not make your recipients feel pressured. That will prevent them from opening your emails.
 
A subject line that should be avoided is one that makes the recipient feel that they are being pushed to buy something. Recipients should always feel that they have different options, and that you are informing them but not obligating them to buy anything.
 
Avoid exclamation signs, they tend to make recipients feel that they are being pushed to buy something. Avoid ALL CAPITAL letters, it makes clients feel that you are screaming at them. A good subject line should never be caught by spam filters that is why it is also wise to avoid words such as free, mortgage, money, etc.
 
Always read the subject line before sending out  the email and make sure it sounds good and appropriate, and has no grammatical and spelling errors.
 
 
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Learn about your client’s needs

 
Dear Followers,
 
If all you have is the email address of your client, and you would like to add fields to your subscription form, you can do so, that way, when your clients click on “Update Profile” on the footer of your email, or in the subscription form in your website, you can certainly have them update their profile with more information. You can add many fields including topic of interest, that way they can choose from a variety of topics  that you offer them.
 
There is nothing that clients hate more than to constantly receive information on themes that they are not interested. That is why it is so important to get to know your clients preferences.
 
If you send information to your clients, and they are not interested in receiving regarding that subject, chances are they will lose interest in your company, and one day not too far, they will completely stop opening your emails, that is why it is so important to segment your clients by  their topics of interest.
 
You will see that your clients response rate increases when the information you send them actually matches what they said they were expecting to receive from you, in the subscription form, or even in their profile.
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Differentiate Promotions with Informative Campaigns

 
When a company first implements email marketing strategies, the first thing that comes to their mind are email promotions. Basically, when somebody buys your product or service, you tend to put something like “tick here to be added to our mailing list”.
 
Many companies, once they obtain permission from their clients, they will start only sending promotional emails to their clients, and they forget about the informative emails. When you send a promotion your are not really building a long term relationship (which is what email marketing is about). While promotions are geared towards making a quick sale, an Informative Newsletter is usually design to provide your clients with information, which they will value, and get attached to your company. Make sure that when you send a promotional email, your clients have opted in to receive your emails, and not only to receive your email newsletters. Because chances are they will probably feel tricked.
 
It is really important that you know the difference between signing up for a promotional email, or signing up for a email newsletter, in which you are expecting to receive information on the industry that you signed up for or the company. Make sure you send your clients what you wish to receive, and do not offend them by sending the promotions that they do not wish to receive.
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Plan Ahead on Your Email Marketing Campaign

 
1) Begin your communications with an email marketing plan
Keep your plans simple and make sure they’re realistic and reachable. Don’t waste time on things that won’t help you. After all, it’s a lot more rewarding when you know your goals are within your grasp.
 
2) Resolve to communications with measurement
With the statistical tracking features provided by most email service providers (ESPs) there’s no reason to practice guess-marketing. But if that’s what you’ve been doing, then there’s no better time than the present to become a monster of metrics.
Comparing your current figures against old figures numbers, if you have them, will give you a better idea of how you are growing, what to expect, and let you anticipate high and low business periods before they happen; which also makes it easier to budget.
 
3) More Friendly Emails
Mobile and bulk SMS marketing have gone from  buzz to biz. With the growing popularity of smartphones and the increasing dependence on mobile devices, marketers have added mobile to their communications mix and take their marketing strategies to the next level. Now, consumers are where their mobile is. 
 
Give serious consideration to making your digital communications mobile friendly. Ensuring that you have mobile sign up forms and that both your emails and website landing pages render properly on popular mobile devices are top priorities
 
 
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Send your Clients Information that they will Treasure!

 
Always send information that in the interest of your customers; if you have multiple segments in your company, try to send each of your customers what they are interested in. We recommended that you segment your lists, this way it’s easier for you when you are about to send out your newsletters.
 
If important information is promised, grant them important information, otherwise they will begin to unsubscribe from your newsletters. If your customers see that the information is really valuable it is more likely that they will forward it to their friends and this off course is perfect for you, because your customers are promoting you and getting new subscribers to your newsletters.
 
 

 
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