Each and every week (effect and starting today) we publish a listing of Greatest Hits.
It’s a list comprised of this’ and thats’ that we’ve collected through our travels, projects and problems. Topics vary within the wide world(s) of marketing automation, ERP/CRM and generally keeping sane.
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Our list for the week of February 15, 2013:
You worked hard and you’ve earned your audiences trust, don’t blow it.
The Great Sales and Marketing Divide, what is it and how do you bridge it?
When should you send your email campaign? Maybe it’s not when ‘they’ say it is.
Nobody we know actually has these clients but reading these gems might make you appreciate the ones you do have a little more.
New to drip campaigns? Not seeing the results you expected? A quick review of the basics can’t hurt.
Your (email) marketing campaign is up and you are seeing activity…but is actually helping or hurting?
The (self described) ULTIMATE list of email statistics for the year gone by…open rates, click rates and other notable behaviours to tweak and enhance the success of your campaigns.
It’s a mobile world these days…you are designing your emails and landing pages for mobile…aren’t you?
Reading Clients From Hell aside, here are five simple techniques to help you stay on task.
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- 15 Feb, 2013
- Peter Keiller
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