Bronto Marketing Strategist David Taitelbaum shares his successful strategies for optimizing the most important campaigns of your email marketing program.
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Before creating new records in Bronto, be sure to follow these steps to correctly import your email opt-ins and preserve the integrity of your list.
Incentives are a great way to encourage customers to purchase. But before you send that first offer, take time to plan how to use them the right way.
It’s time to really pay attention to your customers and send the right messages to the right audience at the right time.
Product recommendations can take your emails to the next level and bring in additional revenue – but only if they’re done right.
Want to take better advantage of your multi-channel platform? Here are four ideas to put at the top of your to-do list.
Give your shoppers the personalized experience they’re looking for and help them build a connection with your brand.
As marketers begin to experiment with new email strategies for a successful 2016, it’s important to keep these best practices in mind.
With everything from industry trends to proven best practices, let us inspire you to optimize and re-energize your marketing strategy for the new year.
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