In this video, learn how to examine your email strategy. When you follow the outlined steps, you can optimize your email marketing strategy for better results.
- [Virginia] Getting invited into someone's email inbox … is kind of a big thing, … and it's up to us as marketers … to make the most of that invitation. … I hope throughout this course … you learned all the ways that you can inspire, encourage, … and authentically connect with your audience … in ways that make a difference. … Optimizing your emails … and your email marketing strategy … will be a continual process … as you learn more about your audience. … It's a process that comes with great rewards. … Not only do you get to be creative … and make a positive impact, … you get to monitor what happens … and see the results of your work. … Thank you so much for joining me … on this journey to optimize your email strategy. … In the exercise files for this course, … you'll find one final handout … that I hope you'll use and share with others, … the eight-step guide to optimize every email you send. … I wish you the very best … and hope that we'll meet again … in a future LinkedIn Learning course. …
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Fit Email into Any Marketing Plan
2. Identify All Types of Emails
3. Optimize Everything
4. Monitoring and Revising
Monitor email audience data3m 27s
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