Make your emails more effective by following these five guidelines.
In this episode of "Cold Email Teardown," Entrepreneur Network partner and SEO expert Alex Berman tears apart a cold email in order to make it better.
John T. Meyer of web-design company Lemonly says you need more structure to how you deal with email.
Check out this list of the unique habits of some of the world's most successful people, then try them and see where they take you.
Keep these in mind to design an email marketing campaign that's easy on the eyes
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.'
Not checking email first thing, fueling your body properly and working on yourself are three a.m. processes that will jump start the rest of your day.
Don't forget, when dashing off an email, that a person you have a business relationship with will judge you by what you write.
Your message will only get across if people see it. These tips will help.
How do you know if the message you send over email is the message received? You don't, at least not without following up.
It's nice when customers visit your website but the customer who gives you their email address is the one you need to focus on.
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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