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Grow Your Customers In 48 Hours With A Killer Email Marketing Strategy!

You’ve just made the best decision by downloading this report.

We’re about to show you the secret to increasing your conversion rate by up to 200% in less than 2 days!

Stop losing customers to your competition, with this super effective strategy.

In this report you will learn to:

Grab your target audience’s attention

Multiply your conversion rate by 10X or more

Grow your customer base at a crazy rate!

There are over three billion email users who are on the lookout for businesses like yours. So, if you’re ready to crush your competition and become an industry leader, then keep reading.

We’ve crafted the perfect plan for you and our strategies are so easy that you can start seeing results in as little as one month from now.

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  1. Amplify your email marketing strategy?
  2. Raise your conversion rates by at least 200%?
  3. Drive your sales and annual revenue?
  4. Become the go-to business in your niche?
  5. Crush your competition?
If you said “yes” to any of these questions, keep reading.

We’ve compiled an expert industry report on this game-changing strategy. Every page contains key information that will take your business to the next level.

By the time you’re done reading the report, you’ll be equipped with everything you need to know about winning your audience, boosting your expert status, and securing more sales.

CASE STUDY

How DELL Leveraged This Strategy To Boost Their Revenue By 109%!

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Dell was geared up to show its consumers is latest product – the Dell XPS 12 Convertible Ultrabook: a laptop that could turn into a tablet.

But marketing it wasn’t going to be easy.

“No one knows what a convertible is yet,” explained David Sierk, Email Strategy and Analytics, Dell.

Dell’s team was challenged with finding a way to win their prospects’ interest with a super-effective email campaign.

They knew that telling users about the product’s different features wasn’t going to work. So they chose to think outside of the box.

How were they going to get their subscribers interested in the product?

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THE ANSWER: A GIF.

Dell opted to use a quick, animated GIF of the product to illustrate the XPS 12 morphing from a laptop to a tablet.

However this email campaign would be the team’s first use of the technology to demonstrate one of its products.

“From an online perspective, it’s almost like a try before you buy,” he said. “When a customer can’t touch and feel these products right away, it’s a good way to show them exactly how the product would be utilized for them and how it would work in their lives.”

Dell chose to send this campaign to their U.S. customer and prospect database. The team was so excited about this effort, they decided to measure its success against previous campaigns rather than perform an A/B test.

This email campaign was totally different to any campaign they’d ever created.

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THE ANSWER: A GIF.

Dell opted to use a quick, animated GIF of the product to illustrate the XPS 12 morphing from a laptop to a tablet.

However this email campaign would be the team’s first use of the technology to demonstrate one of its products.

“From an online perspective, it’s almost like a try before you buy,” he said. “When a customer can’t touch and feel these products right away, it’s a good way to show them exactly how the product would be utilized for them and how it would work in their lives.”

Dell chose to send this campaign to their U.S. customer and prospect database. The team was so excited about this effort, they decided to measure its success against previous campaigns rather than perform an A/B test.

This email campaign was totally different to any campaign they’d ever created.

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THE RESULTS?

Here’s how Dell’s first GIF-centered email campaign did in their next quarter:
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50% total increase in open and click rates
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103% increase in conversion rate
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109% increase in revenue

Email marketing makes it super easy for you to reach your desired audience – and the results are insane, too. The reason why so many businesses are investing in this strategy is because it works and the results are huge.

What Is Email Marketing?

Email is a powerful way to connect with your customers and prospects, and get them to become loyal to your brand.

You can use email marketing for everything – from building customer relation-ships to successfully promoting your products and services.

But email marketing reach goes way beyond ROI, which is why we’ve assembled a massive list of email marketing statistics every marketer needs to know.

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You don’t need a huge team or technical experience to be successful here. You can create stunning email campaigns with fancy templates, videos, images and logos – all with the click of a button. Many email marketing platforms, offer Drag and Drop Editors, which allow anyone to create stunning campaigns, quickly and easily.

Receive Amazing ROI

Email marketing is the KING of the marketing kingdom with a 4400% of ROI. Think of it: you can get up to $44 for every $1 spent.

Connect With An Already Engaged Audience

Your audience is ready to hear what you have to say and, if you do it right, they’ll be ready to buy immediately.

Deliver Targeted Messages

Anyone would happily pay to ensure they’re only spending money targeting those who were interested in their brand. Email marketing can give you that.

For example: If a business only has an offer available in certain areas of the country, it can easily arrange for emails to be sent exclusively to people living in specific areas. So, if there is a sale on sporting goods, you can arrange for only those who have shown an interest in sports to receive an email.

Experience Instant Impact

Your business can start seeing results within minutes of emails being sent.

Got a 24-hour sale you’re trying to get out there? Email is your best bet. You can create a sense of urgency and convince your readers to take immediate action. You won’t get these results from expensive print or broadcast campaigns!

Get Your Readers To Share, Share, Share

With email marketing, your subscribers can forward your great deals and offers to their friends at the click of a button. There aren’t many other types of marketing that can be shared as easily as this. Before you know it, subscribers could become brand evangelists; focused on introducing your business to a new market.

Easily Measure Your Success

Another key benefit of email marketing is how easy it is to see where you’re going right – or wrong. Most email marketing software will allow you to track open, click-through and conversion rates, making it simple to spot how a campaign can be improved. These changes can be made almost immediately too.

Drive Up Your Revenue

Email marketing is great for taking advantage of impulse buying. There aren’t many other marketing platforms which allow customers to see a killer offer and purchase an item within two clicks of a button. With a tempting call to action and a link straight to the checkout, your emails can drive sales in record time!
Email marketing can take many forms. but the goal is always the same: to send content directly to your customers’ and potential customers’ inboxes with the aim of driving sales.

You can’t get these amazing benefits without the perfect email marketing strategy.

If you’re impressed by what you’ve read sofar, get ready because we’re about to share some really important strategies to own your target market and give you that winning edge over your competitors!

Ready To Get Thousands Of Leads In Less Than A Month?

9 Key Email Types You Should Be Sending To Your Email List

The problem with many ineffective email marketing campaigns is that the content they’re sending just isn’t good enough.
If you’re simply sending out the same old weekly newsletter over and over again, your subscribers will lose interest in you and your business.

Every email needs to leave your readers feeling like:

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They’ve received great value
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They’re ready to buy immediately
You’re going to need a killer strategy to make that happen with every email you send.

So, to get you started, here is a list of the different email types you need to send:

Informational Emails

Informational emails are one-to-many emails you can send to promote your latest content, product announcements, and more. Note: You should only send them to people who have opted in to receive emails from you.
1. New Content Announcement Email
When it comes to designing an email for a specific offer, the main component to keep in mind is the offer itself. Keep the copy brief but descriptive enough to convey the offer’s value. Also, make sure your email’s call-to-action (CTA) link is large, clear, and uses convincing words.
2. Product Update Email
It’s important to keep these emails simple and straightforward.

Instead of flooding your contacts with a series of boring emails about each individual product update, you should send a summarized email of new updates or products periodically. For each update you list, include a large, clear headline, a brief description, and an image that showcases the product or feature.

3. Digital Magazine Or Newsletter
Do you have a business blog for your company?

Are you a magazine or media outlet?

Within these emails, you should use a striking image paired with a headline, a brief summary, and a CTA for recipients to read more. This simple format lets you use visuals to attract the reader to each article – without sending a super long email.

4. Event Invitation

Emails are a GREAT vehicle for promoting an upcoming event. The key to this email is show, don’t tell. Visuals are the best tool to use here. If you want to attract as many people as possible, cut down on the copy and show them why the event will be awesome.

5. Dedicated Send
This is ideal if you’re hosting an event, webinar, etc. and you want to send a dedicated email just to the confirmed attendees to alert them of any new event updates. Alternatively, this is great for sending a monthly email to welcome all your new members.
6. Social Media Send
If you’re really leveraging Linkedin or Facebook Groups, this email has everything to do with your strategy.
When it comes to social media emails, you don’t have the option of using email software that allows you to customize the layout or add images. You have to create great copy. Leveraging white space is very important. Use short paragraphs, brief sentences, and keep your thoughts simple and clear.

Transactional Emails

These are one-to-one emails that are triggered by specific actions. e.g. completing a purchase.
7. Confirmation Image

The goal of these emails are simple: let your customer know that their action was successful. After all, nobody wants to worry about whether their first payment went through or not.

This is the problem with most businesses’ confirmation emails: their subject lines are vague, and the information inside the email is not clear. Keep these emails simple.

A brief summary of the information on the transaction is more than enough. Don’t put too much into the design. Your readers just want to know that their transaction was successful.

8. Form Submission Kickback (Thank-You) Emails

Whenever a prospect, lead, or customer fills out a form on one of your landing pages, a kickback email should be sent immediately after their submission.

These automatic emails should make the CTA big and clear. Keep in mind that the CTA should link to the direct offer — NOT to the form. In these emails. simply thank the reader for their form submission, and give them what you promised. e.g. a report. Include instructions on how to activate their free trial, or the coupon they requested. DON’T overcomplicate the appearance of these emails.

9. Welcome Emails
This email type is the perfect option for thanking and providing more information to people who have signed up for your newsletter, product trial, or another offer.

The elements you include in your different emails will depend what you’re offering. You should also use several email types to showcase your brand’s personality and to highlight the value that recipients can expect to receive.

If you’re welcoming new users to a product or service, a welcome email is a great place to explain how everything works and what users need to do in order to get started. It’s all about finding what works best for your business – and also understanding your audience’s needs.

Psychological Hacks For Email Marketing

The problem with many ineffective email marketing campaigns is that the content they’re sending just isn’t good enough.
If you’re simply sending out the same old weekly newsletter over and over again, your subscribers will lose interest in you and your business.

Every email needs to leave your readers feeling like:

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They’ve received great value
and
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They’re ready to buy immediately
You’re going to need a killer strategy to make that happen with every email you send.

So, to get you started, here is a list of the different email types you need to send: