Email newsletters are marketing tools of the past. Some even believe that social media has already replaced it. But is it true?
Newsletters can be highly effective, much more so than social media, if used correctly.
So don’t leave them out of your business strategy just yet, hear us out first.
There are hundreds, or even thousands, of free email newsletters that can help you learn whatever you need to know to help grow your business.
What they want to do is to deliver contextual business news because an entrepreneur needs to stay updated about the market to stay ahead. But how can they do that?
They know their clients are looking for resources to use and implement in the business immediately. And the internet could get very cluttered and extremely confusing.
So they thought of one solution: newsletters.
Before the team started off the newsletter campaign, they asked:
The goals are clear and simple: newsletters should help their clients think better and make informed decisions about their business.
It is common to find something unique from every newsletter because the materials used are curated from all trusted sources.
In addition to that, only the best and the most relevant content are picked to preserve the materiality of the theme.
Also, the newsletter offers occasional product discounts and partner offerings. Since the product is essentially free, all newsletters have a signup button.
There are a lot of newsletters in the market. But few catered to its user base.
SMEs need to always stay updated. They should always be on the lookout for new resources on topics like:
Most news websites cover news as is. However, things such as laws, regulations, or new developments are rarely explained.
That’s where we come in.
The aim of our newsletter is to simplify complicated topics and communicate ideas that will appeal to consumers.
One of the biggest and the trickiest parts of setting up a newsletter is the email service provider and IP. We wanted to ensure the newsletter is delivered to inboxes, but in a legal way.
The newsletter’s opt-in form was hosted as an exit-intent pop-up on the client’s homepage. Moreso, it had the form embedded in the “welcome back” landing pages.
In its first week, the client acquired around 100 subscribers.
After a few more weeks, they started seeing improvement in the number.
The team was also very happy about open rates and click rates. The average open rates always remained at 27% and click rates hovered at 5%.
Social media is passive. Even if your consumers do visit a social platform, they may or may not see your posts.
Email, on the other hand, is more active. Everyone checks email.
With a catchy subject line and interesting feature article, you have a better chance of capturing your audience through an email newsletter instead of a short social media post.
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