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An email marketing strategy is a series of procedures that a marketer develops and implements in order to achieve specific marketing objectives through email marketing. This strategy provides companies with a direct line of contact with prospects and consumers in order to promote their brands.
As other digital marketing techniques have advanced, the issue of “is email marketing still important?” has arisen.
Yes, in a phrase. Developing a solid email marketing plan allows you to reach and engage with your target audience in a customized manner while still increasing sales at a low cost. Email marketing tools, like other channels and media, enable the company to reach consumers more easily than ever before.
Here are the top nine reasons for email marketing’s importance and how it can benefit your business:
Maintain interaction with your target audience
Emails will help you stay in touch with your customers. Consumers have the ability to check their email whenever it suits them. It will make them feel as though you are worried about them. This email might simply say, “Hey, we’re thinking of you, here’s a special deal!” or “Here’s a rundown of what’s been going on around here in recent weeks.” Many who have subscribed to your email list have already agreed to accept these messages. But they’ll probably appreciate these emails (as long as you send them something worth reading), and it’ll increase customer interaction.
Communicate with customers in real time
According to Litmus, mobile devices were used to open 54% of all emails. This is crucial and should be considered when devising every marketing strategy. Mobile devices are increasingly being used by consumers to access not only emails but also other forms of media and information. Furthermore, well-designed emails convert at a higher rate on mobile than any other medium. Hit ’em when you’re on the move!
Emails elicit responses
Email has been a means of communication for a long time, over 40 years in fact. Email has quickly become one of our primary modes of communication as the years have passed. We’ve all been taught to respond to emails in some way. Whether it’s to respond, forward, click through to something else contained inside the email, delete, buy something, or sign up, the options are endless. We usually respond to emails in some way. Knowing this, you can use email to encourage people to visit your website, call you, or take some other action. In reality, email marketing was responsible for over 25% of revenue last year.
Email marketing is simple to track
After you’ve sent out your email campaign, most email marketing tools allow you to monitor what happens next. Delivery rates, bounce rates, unsubscribe rates, click through rates, and open rates can all be tracked. This gives you a clearer idea of how your email campaigns are doing and which ones need to be tweaked or eliminated entirely. These figures should not be overlooked. They’re an integral part of the overall internet marketing strategy. Although numerous studies and surveys suggest “optimal” numbers to aim for, it all depends on the industry and target audience. If your customers not only want but also expect regular emails, you should give them what they want. Sending too many emails to customers who don’t want more than one a week, on the other hand, will raise your unsubscribe rate. It all comes down to getting to know your customers and delivering useful material.
It is cost effective
Yes, we know you’ve been waiting for us to comment on this. For less than a penny per post, you will hit a large number of customers. We can’t believe any organization doesn’t participate or engage more often in email marketing because the cost per (possible) conversion is so low.
Makes it possible to send messages to specific people
Let’s talk about the value of email marketing in terms of lead nurturing – also known as email lead marketing. The key point is that your future buyers are at various stages of the purchasing process. Some are in the consideration stage, while others are in the analysis and comparison stage, and still others are ready to buy. Buyer personas will assist you in determining what type of content to produce for each stage.
Businesses can more accurately target these groups by segmenting these customers into relevant email marketing lists. Customers need knowledge to progress to the next level of the purchase cycle, and the right content will help them do so. It’s more about getting these leads down the sales funnel as effectively as possible, rather than as quickly as possible.
Boost brand recognition
No, social media isn’t the only tool that can help a business raise brand awareness. Having a customer’s or prospect’s email address indicates that they are interested in your business. By remaining top of mind, email marketing allows you to raise the level of curiosity and brand recognition.
This does not imply that you can send four regular emails to each and every client. That’s a brilliant way to make consumers dislike you… Instead, use email marketing to encourage your involvement in the group. Too often, businesses use email marketing and try to sell, sell, sell their goods while totally overlooking the importance of brand awareness. They’re also preventing the ultimate possibility of gaining consumer confidence and giving their brand a sense of personality by doing so.
When it comes to selling.
Yes, if you approach email marketing correctly, one of the advantages of it may be to sell your goods. It’s critical to make use of all available customer data and information. Giving customers a birthday deal or informing them that their favorite meal is half-price is much more successful than simply sending them a menu.
Seasonal sales can also be used in this email marketing plan, enabling you to advertise a holiday special or an annual sale. Create a sense of urgency for any bid – consumers are more likely to buy when a deal is about to expire.
Almost everybody uses email
According to a Hubspot study, 91 percent of customers use email. That alone should persuade you to investigate the tool. Unless your industry makes up the remaining 9% (hint: it doesn’t), email is a fantastic way to communicate with customers. You can not only send them coupons, exclusive offers, new items, and other details, but they can also share and forward those emails to anyone they want. Encourage consumers to exchange deals as much as possible with a strong email marketing plan. Can you recall the definition of brand awareness?
Email is particularly important in the B2B world, with 73 percent of companies using it as their primary mode of communication.
Email marketing is one of the cheapest types of online marketing, and in our opinion it should be a part of all online marketing techniques. E-mail advertising lets you stay on top of your business. It is a powerful way to push product sales, enhance repeat sales, or continue your value proposition to your visitors who are not yet customers.