How To Develop An Email List That Is OperativeJune 8, 2019
Summertime is quickly approaching. The thermometer is regularly approaching 90 degrees, and all the snowbirds have finally returned to Ohio, Michigan and Canada. Most importantly one can finally get a table for dinner at the Carrabba’s on 4th Street North in under an hour. The return of summer also marks the discount golf season for the St. Petersburg area.
But there’s one thing missing in Microsoft’s CRM application, like many of the CRM applications on the market today. And that’s phone integration. Easy integration. For years my clients have asked for help making their CRM integrated “talk” to their phone systems. They want a contact screen to “pop” up when someone calls into the company (or gets transferred to a sales or service rep). They want to be able to make outgoing calls immediately when clicking a contact name. They want to be able to record phone calls and link them to a person’s account in the system, not only to keep an historical record of the call but also to sometimes cover their butts when people are trying to remember what was said.
This means that your writing has to have a big impact to draw people in, get them to believe you and then do something about it. I go into much more detail about copy writing in the Gold Members area of Sales and Marketing Wealth.
Don’t be afraid to beat your own drum a little. This is the perfect place to spread a little good news. If you have received any awards or testimonials mention them here! And you could also include staff profiles or big sales and successes.
In this article I am going to share 4 tips that you can use to really increase your email marketing efforts by building solid lasting relationships with your list. This means that your subscribers will value your online tool and trust your recommendations and advice. This in term will result in more sale for you!
What is the best way to do that? As I look around, a blog is the absolute perfect vehicle for that. As I sell products (and cross-promote them on the owner’s pages), I also promote this blog. I do it very early in the process. It is mentioned on the owner’s page and is also mentioned in the very first email most people get after purchasing one of my products.
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