Who does not want to create New Year’s resolutions? There are a lot of people who feel that resolutions are a waste of time since they are unable to do what they have resolved to do anyway. Some people believe that it is still important as long as they are attainable. This is the most important thing that you have to remember as a marketer – create resolutions that you can actually do for this year.
There are some specific resolutions that will actually help you out:
- Try to Offer More Intelligent Solutions
Do you know why there are a lot of companies who would like to try something different? It is because this can help change the game for everyone. Being intelligent means that you will create better content. There are some content that would need to undergo other processes in order to be fully appreciated by the customers.
- Know your valuable customer data.
One of the mistakes that companies make is they do not concentrate on the data that they acquire. They just create emails and send emails without checking how many people have actually opened the emails. They may not even realize that most of their subscribers are already reporting their emails as spam.
- Start Automating Your Campaigns
If you have not automated your campaigns yet for 2018 then now is the time that you should start. Automating your campaigns mean that you can focus on other things that will also be vital and important for you and your company. The best thing about this is that you can make your messages more “humanized.” When you humanize your messages, you can offer something new to your subscribers and this may cause them to like and appreciate what you can offer more.
- Clean Your Mailing List
There is no point in sending messages to subscribers who have not opened your email for a long time. You can retain people who have always made the most out of the content that you send. You will start to feel better and your customer data will also improve.
These are just a few things that you should remember as an email marketer? Can you still think of more?