It’s time to launch your email marketing campaign; what should you know prior to setting your plan into motion? Well, before you do anything, you should first make certain that your sales staff and all sales departments are prepared to make the transactions generated by your email marketing campaign. Once your confident your business can handle a potential influx of sales, you should follow a few regimented steps to insure you’re making the most of your email marketing solutions. The below checklist will help you to determine what to do and when to do it.
Determine what day of the week to send your messages. The theories on this choice are numerous. Many experts suggest targeting individual customers over the weekend but business-to-business hopefuls on a Friday. However, a recent study indicates the best day to issue B2B email marketing messages is Monday or Tuesday. The truth is, there is no hard and fast rule for this factor. Do your own research to determine what day you think is best. Consider testing several days and determining which one gets the best response.
There are two times of day that are historically best for sending a marketing email, mid-morning and right after lunch. At these two times, people tend to be more receptive to what lands in their inbox.
After you’ve determined when and what time you’ll be sending your marketing email, you should prepare to monitor responses. Your monitoring efforts should cover everything from replies to unsubscribes. Monitoring your responses early can help you to eliminate and even avoid certain link and spam problems.
Now it’s time to deliver that email and the final step should be creating and email that is attractive, but not too spam like that customers will take time to read and find easy to navigate. An effective interface will enable you to track the results of your email campaign and move ahead as a result of that tracking.
Below you will find a summarized tip list derived from various email marketing experts. Take some time to review these tips and then be on your way to email marketing success.
Offer something to your customers: in exchange for their contact info, offer your customers something in return. (i.e. a free newsletter, or seminar, or more information).
Be economical about the info you gather. When gathering customer contact information, only ask for the information you need.
Make it easy for them to unsubscribe. Make absolutely certain you provide a way for customers to unsubscribe from your e-mail marketing solutions campaign.
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