A few weeks ago, I was able to score an email marketing course from Next BigFuture.
The course offered a basic overview of the digital marketing world, but also offered the basics of how to build an email list, promote your business online, and build a campaign.
I was impressed.
The class taught me a lot of things I’ve been doing since then.
First, it taught me the value of having a robust email list.
It gave me a framework to communicate with potential clients, to manage my email list and schedule emails, and to set goals and keep track of my progress.
Second, it showed me how to use social media marketing to grow my email outreach and engage with my clients.
Third, it helped me to understand the importance of good copywriting.
The class was a great resource to help me learn how to create an email campaign that works for you, while also helping me understand the nuances of marketing in the digital age.
What was the lesson learned?
First, email marketing is hard.
Second, you should build an effective email list to build a successful campaign.
Third, the more effective your email list is, the better your prospects will be able to find you.
Fourth, email is a great way to connect with potential customers.
Fifth, email has proven to be a great channel for engaging your audience.
Sixth, there are several ways to build email lists.
Seventh, email campaigns can be expensive.
But if you take care of them, you can make money on your marketing efforts.
Eightth, the best way to build your email lists is to build them with great copywriting and social media tactics.
Nineth, it’s time to put your email marketing skills to the test.