Email marketing for pet professionals
Email marketing has grown substantially over the last few years. In 2017, it’s estimated that the average consumer receives around 105 emails per day, and the average business email account receives 120 emails on a daily basis (source: www.radicati.com). With more and more of us experiencing ‘in-box pressure’, how can you make sure that your emails are being received and read by your clients?
If you communicate regularly with your clients, from confirmation of booking, class/course resources, newsletters, to workshop and event information, first impressions count. If you’re relying on outlook as your email tool of choice, you are certainly missing out on harnessing the power of a targeted and relevant email marketing campaigns, and engaging with your clients.
Engaging emails are easier than you think
You don’t need a degree in coding or html to design and send creative and compelling emails; there are many great and free resources available online. I’ve been creating and sending email campaigns since the late 90s/early 2000s, and in 2009 won the Communicator Corp, Email Campaign of the Month. With a little planning, you can create, schedule and send relevant emails that are more likely to be read by clients – both existing and potential.
Email marketing explained…
When it comes to email marketing, I believe in sticking to best practice and staying on the right side of data protection regulations and the Information Commissioner! Whether you book a webinar or seminar or decide that you would benefit more from a one-to one session, I can help get your email marketing started or back on track.
Topics I can cover in webinars and seminars, include:
- Email marketing software
- Free and paid for
- Creating client lists:
- Segmenting data
- Capturing data
- Creating campaigns
- Data protection
- Best practices:
- Sender recognition
- Subject lines
- Email dos & don’ts:
- What constitutes spam?
- Analysing results