Fellow email marketers, hold on to your inboxes! As email turns 41 years old this year, it’s our chance to reboot our email programs and refocus our efforts on 21st century innovation and speed to keep pace with increasingly demanding customers. That’s why it’s so important to know the newest trends and what’s reaching the tipping point in email marketing this year.
“In 2019, we can expect consumer expectations for quality content to increase—it’s become an annual tradition,” according to MarketingLand. “Marketers will need to leverage new technologies and disciplines to continue to push the boundaries. Email programs will become even more personalized and more interactive, and as a result, more effective at driving revenue and brand loyalty.”
Here are our eleven electrifying email trends for 2019…
You know the delightful feeling of biting into a tomato you just picked off the vine. The aroma is like no store-bought produce. You savor the deliciousness as you lick the juicy goodness off your face and fingertips. Now, imagine how you could super-charge your garden-variety marketing when you make it garden-fresh and appealing to your customers.
Keeping your brand marketing relevant in a rapidly changing world sounds like a thankless task. But, it’s a whole lot easier when you follow our “Nine Garden-Fresh Marketing” tips. Continue reading
This fourth (and final) post in our blog series, “Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan,” (see Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3) will fill in the specifics on what to include in the parts of your business plan that go into operations, financials and management. These “nuts-and-bolts” details demonstrate that you clearly understand the bottom line practices, the processes, and the overall administration of How You’ll Run Your Business profitably and logically.
While this may be the most important part of your plan, it is often the hardest part to write or even think about, especially for non-numbers types. But as the old saying goes, “The devil is in the details.” So, you’ve got to buckle down and get this right if you ever want to have a successful business. Continue reading
This third post in our blog series, “Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan,” (here are Part 1 and Part 2.) will help you write the part of your business plan that tells How You’re Going to Make Money. It defines what products or services you are selling and what marketing strategies you’ll be using. Continue reading
This second post in our blog series, “Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan,” (Here’s Part 1) will help you write the part of your business plan that tells the world Who You Are. Here we’re going to going to deliver the info you need to:
- Refine your executive summary
- Clarify your business description
- Simplify your business positioning
One thing that’s super important when starting any new business is to plan out your vision for it. To succeed and get financing, you must create a rock-solid business plan that clearly explains your goals and missions, including:
- Who you are
- What you are all about
- And how you’re going to make money
We’re going to help you do just that with a new series of posts we’re calling “Blueprint for a Killer Business Plan.” This first post will help you better understand business plans. Before you even start writing one, we want to make sure you know what it’s all about.
Then over the next few months, we’re going to deliver a series of blogs with more of the steps and tips to make creating a killer business plan practically stress-free. Continue reading
Whether you’re starting a new business or renaming your current one, it’s not easy to play the “name game,” where you discover the perfect name that has not already been used by another organization. The naming process is especially formidable, intimidating and frustrating when you think of all the descriptive and powerful names that have already been snatched up in the past few decades — think of the ocean of app and business names we all live afloat in these days!
Of course, you don’t want to make a mistake that could cost you in lost business or have a wishy-washy, non-descriptive brand identity. That means you should select a name that’s not too narrow in focus, not too generic, and not too suggestive of the wrong thing.
To help you avoid the mistakes, disappointment and stress on your naming journey, we want to offer these 8 tips to help you best meet your naming goals: Continue reading