“7 Gangbuster Email Marketing Tips To Get You Ready For Christmas”

Hi Everyone

Grab these 7 Gangbuster Tips to get your bonanza Christmas holiday rush.

Gosh it’s Only 4 months to go until Christmas.

It really isn’t that far away.

If you haven’t started thinking about your Christmas
email marketing campaigns then, I suggest it may be time to.

Your campaigns should start in the beginning of November and earlier if you can.

So, what can you do now to help make your Christmas email campaigns run
as smoothly as possible?

1. Revisit last year’s campaigns and see what worked, what didn’t and
how you can improve them.

2. Take a look at your lists.  Can you segment them anymore?
Can you separate the lists into groups to match customers with products?

3. Start creating a ‘sending’ schedule.  Planning will make it so much
easier and you can even upload email campaigns in advance.

5. If you have neglected your clients over recent months it is best to start
reconnecting with them now.  Rebuild your relationship with them. This way
your customers will be used to receiving messages from you.
If you wait until November they will think you are just trying to
sell them something.

6. By starting to contact them you will be able to ‘clean’ your list and
check who’s opening and reading them.  Then you can target specific products to specific customers.

and…

7. Check you website links are working.  After all we don’t wish to make it hard for them to give us money – do we.

Follow these 7 tips and get your email marketing on track for a bonanza
Christmas holiday rush.

Cheers and Great Selling
Kurt

About Kurt

I'm passionate about helping people in small to medium businesses get BIG results from email marketing. Email Marketing is about 1. Your List 2. Your Relationship With Your List and 3. Your Offer. When you get the three in unison, watch your profits soar. If you're not sure what I mean. Contact me. I can and will help. Believe In Yourself - Kurt

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