With today's empowered and social-savvy buyers, the one-size-fits-all newsletters that marketers have employed for years are no longer very effective. Customer and prospect expectations are higher than ever, and this means that readers expect tailored, relevant messages delivered at the right time, in the right place and with the right information. Highly relevant, personalized newsletters may seem daunting to marketers being asked to do more with less, but the capabilities within digital platforms give marketers the tools they need to create outstanding communication. Marketing automation brings newsletter communications to a new level...
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All the buzz today is about social media, but keep in mind email is a productive channel that provides a high ROI. Let's start with research from the DMA in late 2011: Email is the channel that produces the highest ROI. For every dollar a marketer invests in this highly profitable channel, the ROI in 2012 is $39.40. It makes sense to leverage email and social initiatives to drive business for your company. Let's address some ways you can do this.
When’s Best to Pull the (Email) Trigger? - LinkedIn Discussion of the Week
November 30, 2012
From Today @ Target Marketing
Well, email marketing may not be "an energy field created by all living things" that "surrounds us and penetrates us" and "binds the galaxy together," but marketers can use the powerful force of email for good. The "Star Wars: A New Hope" quote from Obi-Wan Kenobi comes when Kenobi explains to Luke Skywalker that the force is what gives the Jedi power. Triggers can boost email marketers' power, find Colleen T. Reese and Anthony Wilkey of Emailvision. Regarding the former, Reese, a LinkedIn Integrated Marketing Mix group member, created the discussion "Multichannel Marketing Thursdays: When are the best times to pull the (email) trigger?"