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First Steps in Email Marketing

IMarketer School

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8 Videos (35m)
    • Email Marketing Plan

    • Segmenting Your Audience

    • Set an Email Schedule

    • Welcome Email Sequences

    • Engaging Email Series

    • Promotional Email Series

    • Re-engaging Email Series

    • Email Deliverability


About This Class

Did you know there are more than 3.2 billion email accounts today? 

95 percent of online consumers use email and, 91percent check their email at least once a day.

There is simply no competition. More importantly, it is such an integral part of our lives, no human being walks around saying he will quit email. Yes, that's right, once set up their email accounts, they won't quit email.

Email is the only channel of communication that remains private, that is a direct connection between you and your prospect, and most importantly, it has an opt-in process that turns it into the purest form of Permission Marketing.

Course Content:

  • Email Marketing Pros & Cons
  • Defining goals & objectives
  • Structuring effective email sequences
  • Planning and creating a campaign
  • Trigger messages and types of emails

The course is easy to chew, as its structured in 8 video lessons. Each will take around 5-10 minutes. The entire course clocks in around 1 hour.

Email marketing can accomplish a broad spectrum of marketing objectives from branding to lead generation. In this course, we will cover the basics as well as functional components of email messages.

So, why not to learn new skills in a lunch hour?

Join us today at the Email Marketing crash course, and take your business to the next level!





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