How To Personalize Your Emails with Dynamic Content #FreebieMonday

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All email marketers eventually face the same problem – low subscriber engagement. It’s natural that your readers will lose interest in your messages, especially if you’re sending them the same content regardless of who they are or what they are interested in. If this sounds familiar to you and you’re dealing with decreasing open rates and a shrinking email list, you’ll find your solution in Dynamic Content. If you want to personalize your campaigns and send relevant, unique emails, that’s the answer you’ve been looking for. 
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Email Re-Activation Strategies That Will Save You Money

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Re-activating customers who are no longer engaging with your emails should be part of your regular email marketing strategy and factored into your customer lifecycle. It is a fact of life that people will lose interest over time. Although you can reduce that disinterest by working harder to keep people engaged (more on that later), it will happen that people will stop opening your emails. Be ready to re-activate when that happens. Read more

5 Must Have Tools For Creating A Great Webinar

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Webinars are a great but for some reason under-used tool for the purposes of content marketing. If you think about the best ever blog post that you’ve written, something that was at once deeply informative, entertaining, paved the way for some new thinking within your industry, drove an unprecedented amount of traffic to your website, and was most likely directly responsible for a few conversions to boot… Read more

Email Success Profile: Kenneth Hart, The Thirsty Swagman

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“Do what you love.” Have you ever received that career advice? But what if you love to PARTY! You can’t very well turn that into a business. Or can you? You’re about to meet an entrepreneur who started his business based on two passions: “travel and a good cold beer.” The result? The Thirsty Swagman. Let’s see what we can learn from Founder and Chief Swagman, Kenneth Hart. Read more