Optimize your email marketing strategy. Discover the best time to send email, how to segment your audience, and how to personalize the content to clearly convey your message.
- [Virginia] Marketing strategies these days put a lot of emphasis on chat bots, Instagram takeovers, and other ways to reach your audience, but your contemporary communication methods shouldn't distract you from one of the oldest and still most effective messaging channels. And that's email. If you're wondering if email is still a worthwhile marketing strategy, it is. In fact, email generates a lot of revenue for each dollar you spend. 59% of customers say that email influences their purchase decisions. Segmented campaigns generate significantly more revenue, and email is the second most common marketing strategy that organizations use. If one of the hats you wear or would like to wear is that of an email marketer, this is the program for you. In this course, you'll learn how email fits into any marketing plan via customer journey and personas. You'll learn how email marketing fits into the calendar of activities a marketer does throughout the year. We'll also take a good look at the common mistakes that marketers make with email so you know how to avoid them. We'll spend some time discussing the various kinds of emails that a marketer should know how to create for their audiences and the role that each plays in your marketing strategy. Finally, we'll learn how to optimize all the things that make a great email. Specifically, we'll open up each component and look at it from all angles so you know how to optimize each one. Hi, my name is Virginia O'Connor, and I'm a content strategist, a writer, and a small business owner. Over the years, I've created, run, and analyzed many email campaigns. This course isn't just for businesses. Anyone interested in influencing their audience to take action will benefit from learning these skills. So, if you're ready to join me in learning how to optimize your email marketing strategy for maximum benefit to your business or organization, let's jump right in.