Want your email marketing campaigns to be more successful? Use these simple tips.
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Punctuation and other markers -- emoticons, slang and the like -- serve as stand-ins for facial expression and vocal intonation.
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If people don't want to read your e-prose, it's time to work harder at making it more interesting.
Have you considered, um, face-to-face communication?
Email is a reflection of our personal brand. Why, then, do so many people fail to proofread what they wrote, regretfully send out angry messages and disregard basic etiquette?
Get up close and personal with your email marketing. Think of it as 'friends with benefits.'
Email -- or electronic mail -- can seem old-fashioned when compared to newer social-media and marketing tools. However, when used effectively, it can be an engaging marketing tool with a high ROI or return on investment.
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