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  • List building for brick and mortar business

    Posted by client On November 4, 2019 in story time I 0 Comments

    With the unprecedented growth of the digital world and online business, it is difficult to run a traditional brick and mortar business. It doesn’t only require you to draw customers offline but, also has a longer sales cycle as compared to any online business. In fact, it is even difficult to track its ROI. All

  • Timing your Transactional Emails Right

    Posted by Chris Donald On July 11, 2019 in story time I 0 Comments

    Transactional emails, popularly known as triggered emails are emails that are sent to customers after they trigger a particular action. It works with the help of a transactional email software embedded into an application. It plays a critical role in customer satisfaction and reassurance. It ensures them that the action they have taken is successful.

  • Increasing Website Traffic with Email Marketing

    Posted by Chris Donald On May 30, 2019 in story time I 0 Comments

    For a while now, marketers have been working out ways in which they can drive traffic to the various online assets, specifically the website. Drawing engagement towards the website and managing conversions seems to be riding high on their mind. However, as they say there are no free lunches in this world, and if you

  • How to Build Your Email List With Social Media?

    Posted by Chris Donald On March 21, 2019 in story time I 0 Comments

    The approach to building an email list to date revolved around inbound marketing strategies. The most popular methods included content upgrade and opt-in forms, which are both quite successful in their own ways. Take a look at this chart. According to this data, email marketing obviously has the upper hand. However, when you don’t channelize

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