81% of Small Businesses Rely On Email Marketing
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WHAT DOES EMAIL MARKETING COVER?
1. Transactional Emails
Transactional email, also known as triggered or automated email, is a method of customer communication in which automated, real-time messages are sent through email after a particular action has been performed by the user in an application or website. These contain personalized information, directly concerned with the action taken by the user.
Password resets, legal notifications, shipping notification, and purchase receipts are some examples of transactional emails, containing valuable information often critical to a customer’s experience.
2. Relational Emails
Relational emails primarily offer ‘value’ to your subscribers, even when they haven’t asked for it. These emails may not directly offer or sell a service but are designed to build relationships with your subscribers by adding value upfront. Companies sending relational emails have 50% more sales than those who do not.
Newsletter, new content announcement email, company email updates, milestone emails, and survey emails are some examples of relational emails.
3. Promotional Emails
Promotional emails are the most common type of marketing emails used to make an offer to your email list. These are primarily designed to stimulate sales, thus informing your readers about events, offers, upcoming sales, etc. Promotional emails are undoubtedly the most recognizable email marketing format, generating a much higher click-through-rate to the business’s website.
Special offer emails, event invitation emails, co-marketing emails, and seasonal campaign emails are some examples of promotional emails.
4. Broadcast Emails
Broadcast email also referred to as bulk and mass email is an individual email sent to a group of subscribers to get an announcement out to your list. Thus, an email marketing agency will manually send emails to your entire list or a segment of the list for either promoting something or keeping your relationship with a subscriber.
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What does the process involve?
1. Know your Target Audience and Goals
This is the first step we need to take in order to run a successful email marketing campaign. Every business may come up with different goals including those of welcoming new subscribers, segmenting your subscribers, boosting engagement, nurturing existing subscribers, etc.
Surely, subject line, email copy, and a Call-To-Action will make up for a great email, however, your target audience is the other part of what will make your emails great. This is only when they’ll relate to the tone and content of the emails, thus it’s imperative to direct the campaign towards the correct target audience.
2. Create Optins and Plan Emails
Attractive optin forms are necessary to get your customers’ attention and encourage them to sign up. Our email marketing design agency will help your small business with different types of optin forms on different parts of your site.
We’ll then note down your email frequency, type of email, a rough idea of your content, and the main action you want your subscribers to take to plan out your emails.
3. Write your Email Marketing copy
The next step is to write your email marketing copy, making sure to make it personalized and more targeted to meet different user expectations. Our email marketing agency will keep your emails short, highlighting the main points and will place the call to action (CTA), which is the one thing you most want your customers to do when they read your email.
4. Test and Track
Your email will then be sent and we’ll collect data by testing and tracking everything from design and layout, email marketing copy to subject lines and calls to action. Email marketing companies will manage and monitor your email analytics and work towards improving future campaigns.
1. Determine Your Goals
This is the most important part of your campaign to be successful. We’ll figure out what you want to accomplish from this campaign, whether it’s earning money on ad impressions and driving more traffic or it’s to sell your services and increase your sales. Thus, understanding your email marketing goals will be of utmost importance in making your copy in the body of your emails.
2. Choose an Email Marketing Platform
Our email marketing agency will choose the right platforms for you considering your main goals and target audience. We’ll be working towards building a self-sustaining email marketing campaign with email triggers and autoresponders that will fit within your budget and scale to accommodate your growth.
3. Build and Segment your Email list
Our email marketing design agency will help attract visitors on your website with compelling and relevant content to build a database of contacts from scratch. Later, segmenting your email list will help you send highly-targeted emails to customers based on their interests or demographic criteria. Depending upon your service, we’ll consider several data points to segment your audience including geography, demographics, past purchases, position in sales funnel, etc.
6. Send and Study Campaign Performance
Finally, we’ll reach the last step of your email marketing campaign, which is to send your emails. But there’s more to it. We’ll study your campaign’s performance by segmenting your list, testing your emails against one another, making alterations, and finally getting you to achieve your business goals.
5. Enable Autoresponders and Tracking
Our email marketing agency will then enable autoresponders to nurture leads, provide confirmation that data was released, build trust, and convey useful information about your services and promotions. We’ll then work towards optimizing your email campaign, and marketing assets by tracking and obtaining performance analytics.
4. Create a Campaign and design your Email
We’ll then proceed towards creating a campaign by choosing your recipients or using the segmentation option. The header, body, and footer of your email will be designed with an effective visual and textual presentation.