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Tis the Month before Email

Tis the Month before Email Tis the month before Christmas, and in every house, @ Christmas Marketing Time There’s e-buying, e-carding with a click of their mouse. The email marketers have prepared their holiday mails, Anticipating click-throughs that translate into sales. There’s been meetings, planning, and things, no telling, With the ROI pressure level raised to make this season oh so compelling. “We need more help and expertise they cried with a tear”, An email guru from Dundee Internet winst did appear. The email marketers then seeing the light, Could expect great things to happen after this night. Dundee Internet

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Are all email clients created equal?

Are all email clients created equal? For your first email campaign, you decide to use one of the free css templates offered with your email hosting service.  As you work with the template of your choice, you discover that there are limits on what you can do, not enough colors, limit on the size and number of graphics, unforgiving borders AND font types? …forget about it. You stick with it: some tweaking hours later, you finally get what you might consider the almost “perfect” HTML message.  The colors are okay, as are the fonts and graphics: they work with your

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The Key That Unlocks Your Marketing Emails

The Key That Unlocks Your Marketing Emails All sent emails, at the very least, contain two parts, the body of the message and the message header.  In fact, each part is analogous to an actual mail piece, the header being the fully addressed envelope (address of the recipient and sender) along with the subject line and other identifying data.  In other cases, the header is considered “the stamp” of the envelope.  The body, or letter, is the actual message with attachments. Key to Email Opens Depending on the email client used, the header information is usually displayed as: From: –

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Confirmed opted-in email addresses; more valuable than the “likes” on your FB page

Confirmed opted-in email addresses; more valuable than the “likes” on your FB page Email marketing…successful, but is it successful by the number of Facebook likes you have? Are you always under pressure to outdo your last campaign, even though your campaigns are working better than expected? Are you concerned that your numbers are behind the industry standard, (is there an industry standard)?  Do you find yourself struggling to keep up with those perceived industry numbers? And what about “Management”  – doesn’t it seem they always expect bigger and better results, frowning on inconsistency and unexpected declines? And to top it

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6 reasons to Make a Wake Up Call to your Discussion Lists

6 reasons to Make a Wake Up Call to your Discussion Lists Discussion Lists Need a Wake up Call? Don’t settle for out-of- date List Hosting Web Tools.  Switch to Dundee Internet Discussion List Hosting Services and: Need a wake up call? 1. Create a customize landing page 2. Brand your list(s) 3. Integrate with your existing database & website 4. Share photos 5. Share files 6. Run numerous discussion lists under one URL and brand, using one or many list administrators, or resell services to others with all discussion list benefits Create * Share * Grow “I can’t imagine

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Discussion Lists – A Complement To Communication

Discussion Lists – A Complement To Communication Discussion lists with advanced email features have numerous options that complement many communication arenas that are in use today. Dundee internet hosted Discussion lists created in ListManager™ have the flexibility to: 1. Create Customize landing page 2. Brand your list(s) 3. Integrate into existing databases and websites 4. Share photos 5. Share files 6. Run unlimited lists under your domain, ours’ or theirs. 7. Employ one or many list administrators. 8. Provide numberous options and contols Create * Share * Grow “It worked flawlessly…. Thank you….!” Rick of History News Facebook Twitter

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LifeCycling to Your Email Goals

LifeCycling to Your Email Goals Everything has a lifecycle including email. Our lifecycle, like everything else has a beginning, middle and an end with a lot of stuff going on in-between.    Comparatively speaking an email list subscriber’s lifecycle is not much different, each subscriber or email address has a distinct beginning (when someone subscribes to your list), a middle (accepting your email messages) and an end (severing  their membership by leaving your list or junking your email).  However, unlike our lifecycle, you can harness the lifecycle of email using simple strategies to deliver the right message at the right time.

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Expect RESULTS from Your Email Campaigns, really?

Expect RESULTS from Your Email Campaigns, really? Email has many benefits; it’s fast, inexpensive, targeted and measurable. You can test it with numerous variables to see what combinations work best and change up a campaign as needed. Email marketing puts you in control of the returns you receive, with the ability to get the RESULTS you want. 7 Steps to get RESULTS from Your Email Campaigns Refine your Goals – are you looking for more customers, more traffic more leads? Enthusiastically create your email campaigns – do not forget to include a call to action (ask for the sale, email address

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Email Ambiguity – can you really test for that?

Email Ambiguity – can you really test for that? Your computer screen is zipping along with charts, graphs and numbers.   So far so good, everything looks great.    You believe the email campaign is a success, so many website visitors, even more than you had hoped for.  Management is waiting for your report; how many people clicked on the yellow shoes, they ask – Clicked on the yellow shoes? You wonder, was I supposed to track that too? Yellow Shoe Marketing It all comes down to using the right set of parameters and performance indicators, the key performance indicators (KPIs) to

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Is a Feedback loop just Email Noise?

Is a Feedback loop just Email Noise? Is a Feedback loop just email noise? Email has many handlers, which translates into “not all your email will be delivered as intended.”  When an ISP receives many complaints about a particular email going through their email servers (where “many” is a number based on the discretion of the ISP), the ISP may deliver those messages to the recipient’s junk folder or decide not to deliver those messages at all.  (Complaints can be collected on report spam pages, web mail, email clients or other.) If you’re the originator of the message, that isn’t good

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