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No doubt you’ve already encountered several articles focused on getting ready for the upcoming holiday sales season. While we know there’s plenty of information and tips out there to make the most of this sales season, in this post we want to encourage you to think about how you could automate just a part of that marketing and targeting process.
A couple of weeks ago we gave a sneak peek into the e-course all about becoming a webinar pro. We’re happy to announce that the course is available and accepting new recruits! Webinars are one of the most effective types of premium content for lead generation and nurturing out there – it’s high time to start making the most of a tool right under your nose.
Stay tuned for an upcoming GetResponse course all about webinar marketing! Through this 8-part bootcamp you’ll soon become a webinar marketing expert. Generate leads, increase revenues, build relationships – all while becoming a subject-matter expert in your field. Why webinars? Why not! Get a sneak peek into GetResponse Webinar Bootcamp through these teaser videos and keep y ...
GetResponse Marketing Automation continues to evolve and adapt based on what relates to you, actual online business owners and online marketers. Our recent webinar, GetResponse Marketing for your online business, was aimed at highlighting the e-commerce features available for you to effectively initiate a comprehensive online marketing strategy.
Turning customers into repeat buyers is a goal for most businesses. Once a customer completes a purchase with you, it becomes your job to figure out what it will take to keep them coming back for more. One way to help ensure you stay top of mind following their purchase is strategized post-purchase communication plan. Let’s break down how to use a Marketing Automation workflow to do just that.
A remote-based position is often a coveted opportunity. Visions of commute-free mornings, more family time, and relaxed work attire are enough to get most of us drooling. In my case, however, expectations failed to match reality. It’s Not You, It’s Me With the classic breakup line ringing in my ears, I ended my relationship with remote work.