5 Ways to Make Your E-mail Marketing Campaign Work

Solomon Thimothy - November 4, 2009

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Having an e-mail marketing campaign for your business can be an easy way to keep in touch with clients and other businesses. There are a few steps you can take to make sure that your campaign stays effective.

    1. Make signing up easy
      Getting subscribers is the first step to making sure your campaign works. Make sure that people who are interested in your company actually know how to sign up for your e-mails. Have a clear link to subscribe on various parts of your website. If you have a lot of offline clients, have flyers and marketing campaigns that include directions on how they can sign up for your e-mails.


    1. Keep it relevant
      When the content of your e-mails is targeted to your audience, they are going to respond positively. Try to find out the type of content that your subscribers want to receive and center your e-mails around that.


    1. Make a connection
      If you get a set of e-mail addresses from a trade show or event, talk to the subscribers to know that is why they are now getting this e-mail. They’ll be more likely to open the e-mail and stay on the list.


    1. Give an incentive
      Coupons and sales are a quick and simple way to get people to sign up for your e-mail campaign, and to keep them subscribed. Everyone is always looking for a deal and where they can find one. Once you get them to open that e-mail, then you can direct even more information at them outside of that coupon.


  1. Keep your list clean
    Occasionally going through the e-mail addresses on your list and getting rid of inactive accounts. While it might be nice to boast about a certain number of subscribers, that number won’t mean much if they don’t bring you any actual business.

The experts at OneIMS can guide you through a variety of available options to develop and deploy successful e-mail marketing campaigns. For more information, contact OneIMS today at 1-888-ONE-IMS1.

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