Email marketing alone can grow your sales by 273%.
If you want Bloominari, our San Diego Email Marketing Team to help you craft high-converting email copy and a winning strategy, contact us today.
Learning how to craft engaging email subject lines can multiply your sales. You don’t have to be a renowned copywriter to write irresistible subject lines.
To get started, you need to use two key ingredients in your subject lines and emails:
Here’s the truth, the majority of your prospects and customers are basically self-centered.
That means they’re more concerned about what you can do for them. All they care about is how communicating with you can benefit them; how it can solve their business challenges, and make them more money.
If you’re ready to tap into this undeniable fact about people, here are 12 sales email subject lines that get opened, read, and responded to:
Personalization is the future of email marketing!
In fact, it’s redefined how emails are being sent and received in today’s digital marketing space.
According to recent research by the Aberdeen Group, personalized emails are capable of increasing click-through by 14% and conversions by 10%.
That's why it's vital that you know how to effectively personalize your email marketing.
What goes on after your sales reps receive demo or sales call requests?
Generally, in most companies, a salesperson is responsible for getting across to the lead and then scheduling an appropriate time to call, in the event the requestor hasn't already picked a time.
The sales person then reaches out to the lead on the agreed date and time. However, if this salesperson is just like 44% of salespeople, then you should be concerned.
This is because once the requestor’s initial request is handled; the salesperson ceases all forms of interaction with the lead.
And that's a bad move. It's a bad move because most times, your leads will not have made up their minds on whether they want to purchase your products yet.
As a matter of fact, 80% of sales demand at least 5 follow-ups, however, only 8% of sales reps accomplish this.
Businesses are embracing email automation. Why?
It’s one of the best ways to get significant results without working extra hard. Once you set it up, it runs automatically, generating customers and sales for you.
With the right automated email, you can achieve engage your audience, and deliver a better customer experience.
Automated email marketing is designed to improve customer lifetime value. For companies, this involves taking prospective customers, new customers, existing, and existing customers on a path — and helping them to see the value in your brand/product.
The truth be told: customers expect an authentic dialogue instead of a blanket advertising. Automated email campaigns live up to this claim. Why?
Drip Campaigns can empower your email marketing efforts and get you dramatic results (e.g., engagement and sales).
But it’s not enough to have an email autoresponder tool, knowing how to set it up to work for you while you’re busy doing what you love is the key.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to create a list, send an email, and then automate the response using the right triggers, based on whether or not the initial message was opened.
Before we get into it, let’s get the basics out of the way.
Drip Campaign is a series of emails set up to achieve a particular goal. This could be sales of your product, imparting knowledge, subscription to your service, news updates about your company, etc. In essence, you MUST strive to achieve certain KPIs with your drip campaign.
Marketing automation is a powerful way to keep in touch with your prospects and customers, especially via email.
But the question is, how do you go about it without pushing the wrong button that would lead to unsubscribes?
How many emails do you think your prospects and customers receive daily? 10? 20? 50? More.
According to the Radicati group, an average of 196.3 billion emails were sent and received daily in 2014 and that number is expected to rise to 227.7 billion in 2018.
Email drip campaigns can be a gift and a curse. Done well, they can help you build trust with potential buyers over time, laying the groundwork to eventually convert them into customers.
However, done wrong, drip emails look a lot like spam. For every great cold email you send, it only takes one impersonal or poorly timed follow-up message to lose a prospect (and damage your reputation) forever.
Here’s a good example of a well-structured drip email workflow that Pardot uses to connect, nurture, and convert its prospects into customers.
Email workflows are important parts of a winning sales and marketing automation. You just can't neglect them. In essence, it's all about sending the right, highly targeted, and personalized emails to your email subscribers, leads, and customers you have on hand.
Each email sent has a definite purpose: converting leads into sales. But it gets tricky if you don't know the type of workflows to use and how to set it up properly.
I’ll guide you in this article. Let’s get started.
A welcome/training workflow is an important part of your email marketing campaign because it creates the first impression about you and your brand. And you don't get a second chance to make a first impression.
Today I'm going to be helping you compare and see the benefit of using two different CRM + marketing automation systems. We're going to be talking about ActiveCampaign as well as AgileCRM. And I'm going to tell you here why you should probably be using both if you're interested in having a great CRM as well as an amazing email marketing automation tool with pretty much no limits for the number of contacts that you have.
Let's get started first by comparing the visual user interface of ActiveCampaign and AgileCRM when it comes to creating the marketing automation. So, right here I'm showing you the inside of a marketing campaign with an AgileCRM and you can see that it's very easy to actually drag and drop each of these things called nodes. And then you're able to drag and drop by moving from here to there, different nodes that you can include.