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Arts marketing may sound like an oxymoron, but it’s absolutely essential to the success of your organization. You put endless time and energy into your event. There’s nothing worse than having your only attendees be your weird Uncle Marty and a random passerby who mistook your event for the premiere of the new Star Wars movie.
It’s no secret that the publishing industry has changed tremendously over the last couple decades. The difference between a successful publishing company and an out-of-business publishing company comes down to its ability to adapt to this massive shift. At least that’s the way Lee Klancher, founder of Octane Press, sees it.
… questions.” Then, add a call-to-action asking people to submit a question for your next email. This is a great way to increase engagement and ensure your email content is useful to your audience. Check out the image below for more email content ideas, and visit our Legal Marketing Ideas page for template ideas and sending tips. Put these tips…
… ideas during times of high inspiration. You’ll be surprised how easy this is. Have an ongoing document where you can log ideas as they flow. Then, when you’re experiencing a dry spell, revisit your list for to find your next breakthrough. 2. Plan out topics Another great way to be proactive is to plan out your email topics in advance. Use…
… it, and this is what I need you to do to get it.” Let’s take a look at how this formula applies to email. When it comes to what to say in your email, especially when you’re sending a time-based promotion, this same idea allows you to create a quick and persuasive email in minutes. Just answer the following questions to create your email content…
Your customers want more than promotional emails from your retail business. Are you giving them tips to use your product effectively? Have you introduced them to the people behind your business? When was the last time you asked them for feedback? To drive sales with email marketing, go beyond self-promotion; look for ways to provide value and build customer relationships.