Despite all these predictions – email marketing continues to stay strong. 2015 showed that email is still the best way to reach your market and your goals.
Here are 19 important email marketing statistics, and why they matter.
Whether you set a resolution goal at the beginning of the year, or a business goal just last week – they both have the same problem: how do you improve your chances of success?
You need a clearly stated goal, with a few extra elements that guarantee action. What I call a SMARTEA (smarty) goal. Here’s why.
Last year I had the pleasure of developing and leading a webinar about the synergistic power of User Experience, SEO and SEM in candidate attraction. It featured the remarkable Tracey Russell,the Director of Human Resources for Taco Bell as we explored her challenges in candidate flow and lead generation…
You’ve probably seen some variation of a S.M.A.R.T. goal already, but I believe there’s a law mandating that any blog remotely related to marketing HAS to have a post about S.M.A.R.T. goals. That means this is going to be direct and to-the-point.
Read this now for a foolproof method to set quick S.M.A.R.T. goals.
Once upon a time you could ‘game’ Google with some quick keyword density tactics, some questionable back-links, and other shenanigans. But that time has passed, and there is still a LOT of bad information out there.
Here are six things you really should STOP DOING NOW before Google bans you…
Yes, email marketing is wasting your valuable time.
You might be thinking. “There are over 3.2 billion email accounts. 91% of people check their email at least once a day. Over 50% of all emails are opened on mobile devices. How on earth am I wasting my time with email marketing?”
Here’s how you’re messing up…