In marketing, as in life, when something seems like it's too good to be true, it probably is. Learn to recognize the shortcuts that are too good to be true.
Perhaps many businesses would be satisfied with 100,000 readers a month, reliable lead generation and consistently solid SEO.
Wishpond isn't like many businesses.
Are you tired of people telling you about how great mobile marketing is? Maybe you set up an email campaign and optimized it (sort of), but the return on investment was abysmal. Or perhaps you’re still holding out because you’re afraid of taking a wrong step with mobile and wasting money. Whatever your story is, Reachmail’s new infographic can help – by telling you all of the different ways that businesses really put their foot in it when creating mobile email campaigns.
The basic tenets of inbound marketing are that you will create content on your website, share it to social networks to drive traffic, and then collect email addresses of interested visitors to be used for email marketing. You can then regularly reach out to your followers and subscribers and create opportunities for both engagement and sales.
Several friends and clients have noticed that I have an email signature that includes graphics and links, and have asked how they can use a similar signature themselves. It's a little complicated as you will need to create an HTML webpage as part of the process, but I'll outline the basics for you here.
One of the easiest ways to promote your business and your website is through your email address. Instead of advertising for your internet service provider, you could be advertising your domain name!
If you own a domain and web hosting, you should have the ability to create professional email addresses for yourself. If your website is hosted with The Social Media Hat for instance, you can have as many email addresses, forwarding accounts and auto responders as you want.