Most of us are not web designers or HTML editors, but with hundreds of newsletter templates from GetResponse, your customers will think you are! To make sure you’re “dressed to impress” in 2011, we’d like to share with you the most popular designs* used by our customers this year, and offer some tips on choosing the perfect one for your business. But first, our list. Drum roll please… Read more
This year we wanted to give you something very special for Christmas. Apart from the Holiday promotion, of course. So we invited Santa, Snowman Wilbur, Reindeer Ronnie and Angel Muriel to help us – and you – send out this year’s Season’s Greetings.
We know many of you are using GetResponse web form builder to effectively manage sign ups on your websites. To help you with some frequently asked questions, here’s a short post on the most common issues you might experience and how to easily solve them. Read more
GetResponse unsubscribe surveys let email marketers find out why subscribers opt out from future communications. Whether it’s content relevancy, emailing frequency, or some other reason – surveys are your chance to address the problems and reduce your unsubscribes.
Like it or not, there always comes a time when you need to advertise. Be it by email, newspapers, magazines, online, billboards, whatever channels you think might reach your audience. Then you just buy the media, craft the message and design, and there it is – your ad. What’s worrisome is that ads are usually expensive, but their effectiveness could be improved with some basic planning. So, back to the basics. Read more
At GetResponse, we want to make your Holidays as pleasant and as profitable as we can. So we scratched our heads and huddled for hours to come up with something that everyone could use. As you can see…the answer was CASH! To celebrate this Holiday season and thank you for another successful year, we’ve just launched a special Holiday promotion.
I keep hearing about Social Media Marketing. It’s on everyone’s lips, this new industry hype. Heck, when did ole’ good marketing evolve in a manner where it always needs to be “labeled” and categorized? Why even think about treating communication channels as competing platforms rather than as what they actually are – complementary ways to reach your audience? Read more
After reading Chris Brogan’s post Ah The Copy Paste, it made me think about email marketers, and what are the best ways to be personal when marketing to mass audiences. The faults that Chris pointed out are correct. However, there are many ways to be personal while marketing to the masses.
It’s here! Winter’s finally come. Well, it’s actually still Fall, but some of us are having a hard time believing it when we look out the window. Or worse, go outside… Read more