Use a Template for your Newsletters

Many people may think that it makes sense to use a template for sending your newsletters, but believe it or not there are still people who do not use it and believe that by using a background color is sufficient. But here you will see a  few reasons why you should use a template in your email marketing campaigns.
1. Your customers will recognize the newsletter.
2. Your customers will know what to expect.
3. It will make your newsletter organized and professional.
4. When you are editing your newsletter every week /every other week /month, it will be much easier and faster to edit. Lastly, I advise you to have standard template to use most of the time, but also to have some alterative templates for special occasions, that way you can show a little creativity and personalization.

Why you should go with EmailBrain when choosing an Email Marketing company!

EmailBrain has many of the features that marketers look for in an ESP (email service provider , in order to create a good quality e-newsletter.
You have to keep in mind that time is one of the most prized things for a marketer, and you want to spend it well, on activities that influence the outcome of your campaign.
With Email Marketing, specially EmailBrain has functions that make life easier. Here are just a few of the features that EmailBrain includes:
-Automated subscriber data imports and exports
-Flexible, very easy to use templates
-A/B split testing
-Opt-in requirements
-A great reporting dashboard
-E-mail click that will show you, who clicked on each link and how many people clicked on them

Why email marketers need social sharing, whether you ‘Like’ it or not

It’s puzzling why some email marketers have a disfavorable view of social media, since combining it with the strengths of email marketing can fine tune just about any communications strategy. As these two mediums tend to attract different age groups and demographics, it hasn’t been a case of “video killed the radio star”, and on the contrary, their integration allows companies to reach a wider audience.
Marketers no longer have to guess what people care about as every click, tweet and comment gives us further clues. Through tapping into social data, we have the unprecedented opportunity to create bulk email newsletters and advertisements specifically based upon what people are doing and liking on Web 2.0. Social indicators can be collected and edged to help serve subscribers with relevant and personalized content, and by publishing email newsletters to your social sites you automatically channel your marketing efforts into new networks and reach more people.
Now, all of this might soon be hanging in the balance.
Facebook has been pressured recently by Germany’s head of their independent data protection center; who’s claimed that websites that use the ‘like’ button are illegally sending this data to the social giant, who in turn uses that information to create illegal profiles of its users’ web habits. Citing both German and EU privacy laws, demands are being made that websites in the state remove the ‘like’ button by the end of September 2011. 
It is not uncommon for online service providers to set different policies in different countries in order to comply with the differences in various national laws. But while this is, for the moment, limited to one State (Schleswig Holstein in Germany), such issues have a tendency to take on a national, and then an international scope. So marketers who are increasingly basing their strategies on Facebook’s ‘like’ button and similar clues may have some cause to be alarmed if the policy becomes widely adopted.
The power of ‘like’ has become universal. It’s an opiate for the masses as far as online content is concerned and there’s still nothing quite so validating than getting a good couple of virtual thumbs up on that latest share. Google has been so much in awe of the power of ‘like’ as to build in their carbon-copy ‘+1’ button, then announcing its arrival earlier this year with the digital equivalent of a 21-gun salute.
As marketers, the disappearance of ‘like’ would be similar to losing an eye.
Although the rapid expansion of social media has had everyone concerned with privacy matters, a drive to render social platforms impotent in terms of data capture is not a policy that is going to be very popular; especially, with ground-level users who thrive on social recognition.
People like ‘like’. They like to ‘like’ as much as they like to be ‘liked’.
And in defense of the firebrand social network; those who do not like the ‘like’ might benefit from migrating to another platform which does cater for their strict privacy concerns. It goes without saying that the same systems which we use to view and gather information on are at the same time viewing and gathering information on us – it is the great social media circle of life, and just like on email marketing programs, we have the ability to opt-out. With that said, it’s somehow doubtful that most long-time users will abandon their well-entrenched social profiles just because someone at Gucci can see whether you are keen on their new range of stiletto shoes.
Though Emailbrain will keep its clients posted should the laws change for our destination countries, everyone should keep using ‘like’ until such changes come into play – if at all.
We are also in the concluding phase of testing and integrating Google+ tools with social media log-ins and ‘+1’  buttons along with the existing social share widgets (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.) as soon as Google has released their API.

Eliminate bad entries

The next thing you can do is to search for and correct simple data entry mistakes like misspelled domains (,, etc.) for example.
Having a few of these is quite normal, but if you are finding many bad domains then you may want to try and determine how those addresses got onto your list.
Do you have data capture issues? What can you do to eliminate the possibility of bad domains making it on to your database? Perhaps include reminder text on your signup form for subscribers to double check their entries, or add another email address field that gets recorded on a separate list, to cross-compare the entries when you are doing list hygiene checks.

8 Brief Reasons for Using Email Marketing

1. Low Costs
2. To perform detailed monitoring of newsletters sent , so you can see the results of the campaign.
3. Easy to use
4. Efficient contact management and creation of lists .
5. Improves communication with your customers.
6. Helps increase sales.
7. Helps you increase the number of potential customers.
8 . No limits on the amount of information you put in your newsletter.

Learn how to Maximize your Time when Emailing your Clients

Did you know you can schedule an email campaign, and send a second email to a person who previously opened it? Did you also know you can send automatic emails to people who clicked on a specific link on an email you sent before?
Email marketing should not stop you from doing other activities while your newsletters get sent out, you can schedule your campaign at an earlier time, and it will be sent out later without you having to be present.
With our schedule triggers feature, you can select the date and time your campaigns (or communications) to go out. It is ideal for a recurring monthly send, such as invoices. So for example, if you want your customers to receive their bills at 9 am on the first day of each month, Emailbrain automatically sends it for you.


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