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Stop Ruining Your Morning With These 6 Unproductive Habits – GetResponse Blog – Email Marketing Tips

Want to leave work on time? Need an alternative to rushing to the office with a bagel on hand? Get rid of these bad morning habits today and see how much better your day can get.   Sleeping a couple of extra minutes after you’re already awake is not only going to make you late for work – it will …

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Setting Goals: A Blessing Or A Threat To Your Productivity? – GetResponse Blog – Email Marketing Tips

Let’s start with a short revision of the goal setting mechanism. Its core idea is to focus on the end effect of the task we are going to take on. The result you want to achieve should be clear, accompanied by a precise action plan that can be put in a workable time-frame, leading you to achieving said goal.   …

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How To Use Peach For Marketing – GetResponse Blog – Email Marketing Tips

A few weeks ago, the late, great Kerry Butters wrote a post for GetResponse entitled ‘2 New Social Networks To Consider For 2016’. The piece was aimed at content and #social media marketers who were looking to broaden their horizons as we ventured into the new year. It took into consideration two relatively new social networks that were causing a …

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How To Conduct A Webinar And Convert Listeners To Customers – Landing Page Optimization Blog

The purpose of the webinar is to grow your business through educating potential and existing customers. More often than not, you’ll also want to generate new leads.   Generally, people sign up for a webinar in advance. Most often, your webinar will last anywhere from 30-60 minutes. Any longer than that, and you will lose their attention.   You’ll enjoy …

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How Webinars Can Fit Into Your Email Strategy

According to a survey conducted by the team over at the webinar #hosting service, ReadyTalk, clients who ran webinars saw 20-40 percent of registrants turn into qualified leads. Think that was impressive? They also found that prospects were 60 times more likely to convert when clients supplemented those webinars with post-webinar emails.   Funneling your webinar attendees and registrants into …

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How To Use Online Calculators For More Leads And Higher Engagement Rates – GetResponse Blog – Email Marketing Tips

The example above is an ROI (return on investment) calculator. It’s got a few pull-down menus and a couple of fields for numbers to be input by the user. The result of what the user enters shows up in the right column. It’s useful because it helps email marketers figure out whether they’re making money or not.   That utility …

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15 Tips For Creating Video Content That Converts

Lastly — content saturation is driving many businesses to invest more in video content. With so many Tweets and images and blog posts out there it’s getting harder to stand out, to make a splash. There is less competition with video content, and thus more opportunity.   We hosted a webinar last week with Cision and video content expert Jeff Barrett about video …

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7 Elements to Get Your Cold Emails Opened

However, there are a few things that cause sinking pits to form in my stomach and make my palms slightly sweaty. One of those fears is sending a cold email. A fear rushes over me just before and after I hit send. “What if I missed a typo?” What if I spelled their name wrong?” “What if they share this …

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How To Ensure Marketing Content Is Used By Sales To Increase Sales

To increase #sales, research clearly shows #marketing’s message must help salespeople to articulate value. According to a survey of sales leaders, for example, the number one inhibitor to sales people achieving quota is the inability of salespeople to articulate value. That’s ahead of a broken sales process, more leads, or poor sales skills. And customers agree. Only 34% of executive …

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How Consumers Are Changing the Face of Customer Service [Infographic]

A Forrester consumer study found that customers now use online FAQ pages more often than they speak to a support agent over the phone. This is the first time self-service has edged beyond an assisted customer service channel, and it’s just the beginning. Virtual assistants, online forums, guided training tools, and the like are not just desired but expected, as …

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