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10 Email Marketing Do's & Dont's [Infographic]

By Greg Cargopoulos

The landscape for digital marketing is in a constant state of evolution.

Every year, new consumer trends, advanced technologies, and innovative promotional strategies make their way into the world. While the latest and greatest trends have the potential to unlock new opportunities for your business, it's important not to forget about the benefits that some of the most effective traditional solutions can have on your business.

Email marketing is one of the most well-known and effective ways of lead nurturing, and engaging with your target persona. While social media messages and other digital ads continue to gain popularity, few of them match the sheer impact that email marketing can have on your campaigns for better brand awareness and bigger returns on investment. For instance, did you know that email marketing delivers an ROI of $44 per $1 spent? Those are stats you can't afford to ignore. 

Making the Most of your Email Marketing Campaigns

Email marketing is a strategy that works for virtually any kind of business, including B2B organizations. Currently, around 86% of B2B marketers say that they use email campaigns to generate new opportunities for their brand.

However, just like any other part of your digital marketing strategy, your email campaigns will always work best when they're paired with a carefully-considered promotional plan. To get the most out of your email marketing strategy, you need to know how to connect with your audience on a deeper level every time you turn up in your inbox.

Now that you're (hopefully) convinced that email marketing really works, have a look at the infographic below, which was designed by Campaign Monitor. This will help you understand the do's and don'ts.

Enjoy!!


10 Email Marketing Do’s and Don’ts - Infographic by Campaign Monitor
Source: 10 Email Marketing Do’s and Don’ts by Campaign Monitor
     
Greg Cargopoulos

Greg Cargopoulos