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4 Ways to Bring More Sales Lead from Email Marketing Campaigns

The longevity of email marketing stands as a testament to the fact that email is still the most mature channel for engaging online with your audience. Regardless of whether your businesses is B2C or B2B, your email marketing effectiveness can directly influence your revenue.
Below is a list of inbox-tested email marketing tips to get better leads from your email marketing campaigns.

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#1 Link to Your Landing Page

Next to email deliverability and open-rate, click-through rate is considered as the most important email marketing metric. After all, the end goal of your email marketing campaign is to increase revenue through more businesses transactions or page impression. By adding links in the email marketing campaigns that successfully funnel traffic from your email to the webpage or landing page, you can promote your goods in an email marketing piece. To do this, you need to excite and incentivize your audience to click, both of which require two tried and true elements: a good call-to-action and outstanding content that can make a difference between an average click-through rate and an exceptional click-through rate.

#2 Include Your Sales Number

You must and always include your sales phone number at two places: your website and your email signature. It’s generally a good idea to put your contact number in the footer so it’s visible on every page visited by your customers. Another way of doing it is by putting contact details in your email signature. This way, you don’t have to answer all the questions on an email, but simply refer to the customer a sales number. This way, you’re handing off the customer to someone who is best equipped to handle their queries, while at the same time keeping everyone on the same page and maintain a solid sales pitch.

#3 Polite Send-Off

Be sure to close out your email marketing campaigns with a courteous and respectful send-off. If it’s Christmas Eve, wish them a happy holiday, if it’s a Friday, wish them a good weekend. At the same time, hold yourself from getting too sugary (for example, H@PPY HOLIDAY$!!!), after all, you want to convey a professional image.

#4 Respond Quickly

Your business cannot afford a delay. When you’re holding a conversation, be it email, phone, social media, or whatsoever, respond quickly. Make it a habit to respond ASAP upon opening an email from your customers. There are several email productivity programs available out there, such as Streak or Yesware that can notify you when your emails are being opened.

For more email marketing tips and tricks on generation impressive open and click rates and increasing engagement in a way that feels organic to your brand, check out FrescoData blog.

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