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Email Marketing - 3 Manuscripts in 1 Easy and Inexpensive Email Marketing Strategies to Make a Huge Impact on Your Business - cover

Email Marketing - 3 Manuscripts in 1 Easy and Inexpensive Email Marketing Strategies to Make a Huge Impact on Your Business

Eric J Scott

Publisher: Eric J Scott

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Summary

Do you want to increase your business revenue?
 
Would you like more word-of-mouth recommendations?
 
How about increasing returns on your marketing dollar spend?
 
If you answered yes for any of the above, keep reading..
 
Far too many businesses spam their customers with unnecessary emails that just end in the trash.  Wasting a lot of time and money with very little to show in return!
 
Customers hit “unsubscribe,” tune out your carefully-crafted messages, and start thinking of your business not as an ally or friend but as a nuisance!
 
But what if there were another way? What if you could outshine your competition and shift the paradigm from annoying junk mail to consistent, high-quality content?
 
With more than two hundred billion emails sent every day, there’s no better way to communicate important information to your customers while simultaneously learning more about how to engage them.
 
And with Email Marketing Books, it’s never been easier to implement easy and inexpensive marketing strategies that will have a huge impact on your business!
 
In Email Marketing Books: The Complete 3-Book Bundle you’ll discover:
 
How to avoid the marketing pitfalls that wreck other businesses’ credibility (pg. 28).
 
The five simple steps you need to start email marketing as a champion! (pg. 44).
 
The ingenious marketing tactic which will help your business see incredible gains in no time (pg. 68).
 
How to become an authority and the power it will give you and your organization! (pg. 85)
 
The four critical tips for improving your metrics (that the experts won’t tell you!) (pg. 114).
 
Twenty-one simple tools you can use to increase trust and engagement with your email list (pg. 134).
 
Essential tips for making every email you send more effective, from welcome messages to keeping customers from hitting “unsubscribe” (pg. 146)
 
…And much, much more!
 
Get your business off to the right start using one of the most powerful marketing tools available online today.  No matter what level you’re at you’ll be able to pick up new tips and tricks.
 
So, if you know how to turn on a computer you can become an email marketing wiz!
 
Don’t put off your business’s success another minute. Click “Add to Cart” now to start your own email marketing revolution!

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