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Email marketing is best way to promote your product and services. You can advertise your product by sending emails to your customers or you can persuade existing customers to buy again. Email marketing, is a term that every email you ever send to a customer.

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What sort of email?

In its broadest sense, the term covers every email you ever send to a customer, potential customer or public venue. In general, though it’s used to refer to:

Give me an analogy...

You can think of these three main forms of email marketing as the electronic equivalent of:

There is however, one extremely important difference – the issue of permission.

Why is email marketing so popular?

Email marketing is so popular because:

  • Sending email is much cheaper than most other forms of communication.
  • Email lets you deliver your message to the people (unlike a website, where the people have to come to your message).
  • Email marketing has proven very successful for those who do it right.

Direct email

Direct email allows you to sending a promotional message in the form of an email. This can be a special offer announcement, for example: just as you can have a list of customer or potential mailing addresses to send your promotions, so you can create a list of customer or prospect email addresses. You can also rent a list of email addresses from service companies. They will allow you to send your message to your own mailing lists. These services generally allow you to direct your message according to the interests or geographic location of the owners of the email address.

Retention email

Instead of a promotional email designed just to encourage the recipient to take action (buy something, sign up for something, etc.), you can send retention emails. These generally take the form of regular emails known as newsletters. A newsletter may contain promotional messages or advertisements, but will aim to develop a long-term impact on readers. It must provide value to readers, which means more than just sales messages. It must contain information that informs, entertains, or benefits readers.

Advertising in other people's emails

Instead of producing your own newsletter, you can find newsletters posted by others and pay them to run your ad in the emails they send to their subscribers. In fact, there are many email newsletters that are created just for this purpose - to sell ad space to others.

Where's the catch?

Imagine how much cheaper it is to send a message to thousands of email addresses, rather than thousands of postal addresses! It is not simple, unfortunately. In addition to the complexities of preparing and delivering email messages to the right people, allowing them to actually read and respond to their message and measure and analyze results is an issue of permission.

What’s “permission”?

Responsible email marketing is based on the idea of ​​consent. This is a complex issue and a subject of intense debate in the marketing community.

Essentially, you will need the permission of the email address owner before sending you a commercial email. If you do not have this permission, the recipients of your mail may well interpret your message as spam; Unsolicited Commercial (Bulk) Email.

You do not want to send spam!

If you are accused of spamming, you may find your email accounts closed, your website down, and your reputation in tatters. In some of the countries, you may even be breaking the law.

Aside from these practical considerations, there is also a strong argument that successful long-term email marketing relationships with clients and others can only work anyway if they are based on permission.

The big question, of course, is what constitutes a permit … and that’s the main topic of debate. It is important to remember that it is not your views, but the views of those who receive your emails and those responsible for managing the Internet infrastructure.

An example of permission is when your customer buys something from your online store and also ticks the box “email me for product updates.” You now have “permission” to send product updates to that person via email, provided you also give them the opportunity to rescind that permission at any time.

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