5 Minute Mogul: Millionaire Secrets w/ Brose Royce | Similar to Tai Lopez, Grant Cardone, Tony Robbins, Tim Ferriss, Gary Vee: How To Build A Massive Email List Of People Who Will Buy Your Product

 
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Published on 13 Feb 2018. 5 Tips to Be Successful with B2B Email Marketing Why do so many industrial and B2B companies fail with email marketing? In my opinion, it’s because they do not understand the proper role of email in the B2B marketing mix. All too often, companies make the mistake of treating email as a prospecting tool — sending unsolicited emails to people they don’t know, about products that are of no interest to them. In other words, they are spammers. Another shortcoming occurs when companies use broadcast email only as a sales tool — blasting offers and promotions to customers, often in a non-targeted way. While this may produce a few sales hits here and there, it’s not the best way to build relationships with customers. To be truly successful with email marketing, think of email as a nurturing tool — a tool for growing and strengthening existing relationships with customers and prospects who have reached out to you. One of the best ways to nurture relationships with email is by producing an educational email newsletter. Email marketing with a monthly e-newsletter offers you an opportunity to build an ongoing, interactive dialogue with your B2B customers and prospects in a measurable, cost-effective way. Not only can an e-newsletter demonstrate value to your customers, but also it can change your customers’ perception of your business. By sending timely articles that solve current business problems, you show your customers that you understand them and their needs. This repeatedly reinforces their importance to you and builds their trust in your company. To ensure your email newsletter is a successful business-building tool, I recommend you leverage the following five best practices. 1. ASK PERMISSION AND DO WHAT YOU’RE TOLD The key to effective email marketing lies in a notion known as “permission marketing.” Your email newsletter should build goodwill with your customers, not annoy them. Therefore, you should obtain permission from your customers and prospects before adding them to your email marketing mailing list. Make sure you have an obvious email signup form on your every page of your Website. Also, any time you speak with a customer or prospect, let them know about the value they will get from your email newsletter and ask permission to add them to your list. 2. CREATE RELEVANT, CUSTOMER-FOCUSED CONTENT Your email newsletter is not for you – it’s for your customers. You need to focus less on your company and more on the issues and ideas your customers are interested in. I like articles that focus on “how to” tips, best practices and actionable strategies. To help get you started, the following are examples of customer-focused email newsletter content: Problems and solutions — Identify common problems your customers face and provide ideas on how to solve them. Lists and tips — Provide actionable lists and tips with titles that begin like “Seven Steps to…” or “The Top Five Ways to…” Technological developments — Inform your customers on how they can take advantage of recent technological developments to be more effective. Industry news and trends — Write about new developments in your industry that your customers can take advantage of. Case studies — Write case studies of how others have improved their operations. Make sure to include actionable details your customers can put to work to produce results. Make sure your articles are short and scannable. The best email newsletter

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