Each day you send and receive dozens of business emails. You find some of them fantastic, but some appear to be so illogical and plain. What’s wrong? How do you identify a good email and a bad one? One of the things you pay attention to is an email signature, its content and design. It tells much about the sender.
Email signature tells a story about you. Short but very useful story for those who receives your emails. In other words, it is your ID. Imagine you give your business card to someone you want to contact you later. Definitely, you’ll take care this card is visually appealing, has all necessary information, and can persuade a person to call you back or reach you out via email.
We spend much time to create an interesting subject line to the email to grab the recipient’s attention; less time to write the main message; and when it comes to finishing it we get tired and lose steam. This way our email looks unbalanced. If the recipient opens it and reads to the end, they notice that the writer’s concern about the email fades down with each sentence. Based on this, the recipient forms the opinion about you or your brand.
Everyday marketers in the travel industry wrestle with the challenge of making their business stand out from competition. With US $7.6 trillion contribution to the global economy, travel industry is one of the largest and most profitable business sectors. In 2016, more than a million people traveled around the world which brought the revenue of more than one trillion of dollars.
The competition is huge. And finding impactful ways to entice new clients and retain the current ones plays a very important role. Email marketing is one of the most effective methods in this situation.
According to Placester, 49% of 137 respondents in the real estate industry work more than 40 hours a month and spend much of this time on personal branding which includes online ads, market analysis, portfolio creation, following leads and many other things hidden from others eye’s.
While active job seekers may respond to any of your messages, passive candidates are not interested in reading the same-type emails each time they check their inbox. In view of this, the first contact with a candidate is the biggest challenge for recruiters.
Affiliate marketing is not new in the field, but recently, it has been winning increasing popularity and solid revenues. Have you heard that one influencer managed to generate $7 million in retailer sales for one year? Decent earnings are an attainable goal for the affiliate marketer. Still, like anything else, it has its pros and cons both for businesses and affiliates themselves. Browse through this post and find out whether you want to give it a try. Continue reading “Pros and Cons of Becoming an Affiliate”
With the online world changing a mile a minute, keeping up with evolving technologies comes as a real challenge. The 2019 year is just days away, so it’s high time to look ahead and figure out what’s going to happen with email marketing that soon. The more you know about emerging trends, the easier it is to plan your strategy and predict possible outcomes. In view of this, I’m going to describe 5 directions in which you can move to stay fresh in the tricky email marketing industry. Continue reading “Hot email marketing trend predictions for 2019”
According to the Washington Post, last year Ivanka Trump, the daughter of the President of the United States and in addition senior advisor of the White House, sent hundreds of emails regarding government activities via her personal account. Most of the emails were addressed to the aides and included much of the confidential information.
This caused alarm among the White House officials. The reason is that in 2016 Donald Trump personally criticized Hillary Clinton for carrying out email correspondence through her private email server. And now his daughter is doing almost the same. Continue reading “Why Ivanka Trump shouldn’t have used her personal email for business purposes”
Have you ever sent an email addressed to Jane, a very respective client of your company or maybe your tutor or supervisor, with the introduction sounding like Dear Bane…? I know that dirty language that comes afterward. Only one letter, a tiny mistake. Should I now recall and describe the feelings right at that moment? No? Ok. So, I’d better try to help avoid such situations.
In this blog, I will tell you about some Gmail features, extensions and hidden options that might be very helpful if you devote lots of time to communication via email. Let’s go.