21 thoughts on “The Bullet-Proof Email Marketing Etiquette – Or Are You Confused if Email Marketing is Obsolete?”

  1. This is a very insightful post. I have been searching for how to build and grow the email list since some time. Good to have found this. You have put everything very appropriately.

  2. Great tips to build your email lists and do email marketing the right way. I think it comes down to quality content and giving ample opportunities (and reasons) for your readers and customers to subscribe. Give away ebooks, discounts on products, rewards, etc. Some kind of incentive to give people a reason to subscribe. Then be sure to send emails that offer value and be consistent (but never pushy).

    1. Anthony,
      Isn’t shocking that over 70 % of your visitors never return?
      This a way to court your readers after collecting those addresses in a safe and legitimate way.
      You are also able to test how those who abandon your website return.
      Your insight is enlightening.

  3. Great insightful post on email marketing tips. I believe the success of each email marketing lies in its open rate and you have provided tips on making each email marketing campaign successful. By reading your post, I have been schooled on this subject and as every good student should do after each lecture; put it into practice. Thank you.

    1. Charles,
      Your feedback is spectacular! This is only the tip of the iceberg.
      Email marketing success looks at everything. Top 5, the subscriber engagement for open, clickthrough, delivery, unsubscribe and complaint rates give you all-round insight.
      Dose it with power words to convert higher like crazy!

  4. This is valuable information that will motivate me to consider email marketing for my two blogs. The post is a keeper.

  5. Such great tips! I think the biggest challenge for me with email marketing is consistency and staying on top of it. I love your tip about focusing the message in each email. Thank you so much for sharing these.

  6. I agree with you that email marketing this days are really a good deal for writers who wish to connect and share the love in words with there audience, but what really makes the difference in conversion is actually attracting there interest and making them want to click and learn more. I love this and thanks for sharing wonderful piece like this with writer friends like me. Happy blogging moment friend!!!

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  8. Thank you for these great tips! I started email marketing very recently, but the one thing I’m struggling with is gaining subscribers – I have freebies offered for each of my niches and webforms on my site, but my growth is very small. Any extra advice on how to improve this?

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