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As promised last week, our second blog post each month will focus on marketing tips for your business - large or small; first up - email marketing.
At Prompt Proofing we took a break from blogging over the holiday weeks to enjoy the celebrations and we hope all of you took the opportunity to do the same.
The team at Prompt Proofing examines some common seasonal misconceptions.
At this time of the year, corporate mailboxes are full of holiday marketing emails and newsletters. But what is it that will make a client, existing or potential, open, read, and engage with, your marketing material instead of someone else's?
This week and next we are going to suggest effective ways to reach out to your customers through e-newsletters. Part 1 deals with why you should consider making a regular e-newsletter part of your marketing strategy and Part 2 will deal with how to make your e-newsletter effective.
Last week we discussed why e-newsletters make excellent marketing tools. As promised, this week we discuss how to make your e-newsletter effective.
What is it that makes people not only click on a press release to view it but to actually engage with it and take action?
Last week, we mentioned the importance of getting readers to actively read your release, to engage with it and, hopefully, take action as a result.
Everyone has a bete noir that confuses them, something they never seem able to get straight. Mine has always been lying and laying - do you lie down on the bed or lay down on the bed?
Still revisiting some former topics, we return to the idea of improving your writing style by writing in plain English.
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