“People who buy products marketed through email spend 138% more than people that do not receive email offers.” – 25 Compelling Statistics about the Importance of Email Marketing Have you asked yourself any of the following questions?
Does e-mail even matter anymore? Isn’t it dead? Isn’t e-mail redundant when I’m doing so much on social media? I’m not a designer. How can I create an attractive e-newsletter? I don’t know how I would use an e-newsletter effectively. What kinds of content should I share in an e-newsletter and why? What is going to make my e-mail stand out in a jam-packed inbox? I don’t have a list of people interested in my business. How do I find subscribers? Should an e-mail be short? Long? In between? When should my e-mail be sent? How often should I e-mail people? Maybe you’ve dismissed e-newsletter marketing completely, giving up in frustration or apathy. If so, it’s time to join our workshop!
“Email reaches out to an already engaged audience–people who have already said yes to your marketing by opting in to your list (right?). It’s also an incredibly cost-effective channel. In fact, Magill research estimated that marketers earned $39 for every $1 they spent on email marketing in 2012. Now that’s a pretty good state to include in your next presentation about the value of email marketing if I’ve ever heard one.” – HubSpot, Dissecting the Anatomy of a Five-Star Email, Meghan Lockwood
Instructor: Sara Mutchler
Regular Price: $149
Client Rate: $129*
*$20 savings if you’ve worked with The Rachel Greenhouse Agency during 2016 – 2017