How to Become an Affiliate Marketing Superhero #Infographic

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Affiliate marketing has become one of the top online business opportunities. It is cost effective, and the income can be mind-blowing. Forrester Research predicts that affiliate marketing spending will top $4.1 billion in 2014. But online marketers sometimes overlook this model. Why? Because it takes effort to get the gist of it, and this creates an opportunity for you. Our infographic will help you become an affiliate marketing superhero.  Read more

How to Avoid Email Spam Folders #infographic

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If it looks like a duck, quacks likes a duck, and swims like a duck — it’s probably a duck. And that’s how spam filters analyze incoming emails.  So to avoid spam folders, the solution is clear: don’t let your emails look or sound like spam. Our infographic is a quick checklist of email elements that need special attention.

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Writing the Perfect Customer Service Email #INFOGRAPHIC

A single mishap can destroy a business relationship. Maybe you’ve used many marketing channels to establish, maintain, and nurture long-term relationships with customers and leads – almost on a one-to-one basis. But that single miscommunication can completely destroy your marketing efforts. How? It often happens when customer service emails are mishandled. Our latest infographic provides best practices for building your company’s reputation and demonstrating reliability even in crisis situations. Read more

How to Use Video in Email #Infographic

Persuasive copy and attention-grabbing pictures aren’t enough anymore. Lately, standard sales pitches and product presentations fall flat. That’s why more and more email marketers are reaching out for non-standard strategies and a broader approach. Of them all, video in email turns out to be exceptionally effective. Today’s infographic presents some ideas on how to do it right. Read more

How to Get Your Emails Opened and Read – Infographic

The ultimate goal of email marketing activities is the same for everybody — to get recipients to react to your newsletters; first – to intrigue them with your subject line, so they open the message; second – to engage them, so they don’t close and delete it the very moment it’s open, rather (at least) scan it and ultimately follow the call to action. How? Our new infographic includes valuable tips. Read more