Email marketing can be a highly cost-effective way to attract and retain customers, but your strategy and content must be right if you are to get the open rates and click-throughs that lead to sales.
Laura Hanlon of Birmingham-based agency Pink Leopard reveals the secrets of building good email marketing lists, sending emails in the right volume at the right time, getting your content and subject lines spot-on and the all-important business of measuring your success so you can improve your results.
Comply with GDPR
- Ask before you send: permission-based email marketing
- GDPR: what you need to know now
- Essential guide to GDPR – your data protection responsibilities
Building your mailing list
- How to build an email list
- Essential guide to direct mail and email marketing
- Your guide to buying mailing lists
What to include in your emails
About our expert
Our guest this week is Laura Hanlon, co-director of Birmingham-based agency Pink Leopard. Laura’s interest in advertising began when marketing her own brand. It was then that she learned the power of paid social media ads. She shares her top email marketing tips for start ups and small businesses.
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