Marketing Tips

email marketing for election campaigns
So you’ve dedicated to run for office now you need a political email marketing platform to connect with constituents and political donors. Election season is a time of outreach and trust-building with potential voters and you have a limited amount of time to do so. You need to get your
email marketing to a third party email list
The numbers show that email marketing is one of the most cost-effective channels for lead generation.  Bulk email marketing campaigns require data, and the two ways to acquire it is to buy  third party email lists or grow your email list organically. As a small business, you may not have
cold email marketing
I can’t tell you how many times we have heard the statement, “I’ve bought an opt-in list of a million contacts and I want to send a million emails a day.” There is so much wrong with this statement on so many levels. For marketers using cold data and purchased
email blasts
So you’ve purchased a targeted email list and you’re ready to start sending email blasts to millions of inboxes. If only it were that easy. ISPs are very protective of their customers and careful when it comes to cold email blasts sent from new IPs. New IPs equal no sender
When it comes to B2B marketing, cold email campaigns are a powerful way to increase the global reach of your brand. With 81% of small and medium sized businesses  using email marketing as their primary customer acquisition and retention channel, it cannot be ignored. Before diving head first into this
In today’s ever-connected world, more marketers are leveraging the power of B2B email marketing for lead generation. With a little patience and a good B2B email marketing service, companies can experience an increase in sales and a boost in ROI.     Incorporating email marketing into your existing B2B marketing
purchased email lists
You can read all of the articles on the web claiming purchased email lists are a big no-no for your email campaign, emailing to purchased lists can destroy your campaign, the titles go on and on. If you look closely, most of these articles are written by permission-based companies who