However, if you follow the process you will successfully get the attention of an influential blogger. Not only that, the influential blogger will likely become your friend as well. Below is the process:
Today I’m going to share the easiest way to market your products. Chances are, you’ve probably heard this marketing idea before, but didn’t take action because you never heard the startling stat I share below.
We all have a tendency to over complicate things in our businesses. Especially when it comes to marketing our products. So when we hear a marketing idea as easy as this, we take it for granted because of its simplicity.
Please don’t take this idea for granted today. Before I go into details, take a look at this chart from the marketing research firm eMarketer.com and see if you can guess what the marketing idea is.
It’s that time of year again. If you have an online store, chances are you have already launched or are very close to launching you first holiday promotion of the year.
First off, this is not the time of year to rely on free media to capitalize on the increased spending of the holiday season. Unless you have an ongoing word or mouth campaign that is a consistent driver of new customers, there is absolutely no chance that an ordinary Facebook or Twitter post will work.
If you can afford only one time of year to pay for ads, then this is it. So let me help you make the best of it.
It’s never too late to prepare your online store for Christmas marketing. Ideally, you should start your planning by October (Halloween at the latest), but we all know we don’t live in an ideal world.
So the next best thing you can do is start today.
The goal of the content shared below is to provide you with the ultimate learners guide to deploy your time between now and Christmas so you can maximize the number of sales you make over the holiday season. There is no reason you shouldn’t try at least 5 of these ideas.
A 29% raise next month sounds pretty good doesn’t it. Well that’s my takeaway after studying the benefits of personalized emails in a very good case study done by the folks over at Marketing Sherpa. Marketing Sherpa is a research firm specializing in tracking what works and what doesn’t in all aspects of marketing.
The name of this case study is Email Personalization: 750% higher CTR and more revenue for e-commerce site written by Adam Sutton.
It is a very quick read so I encourage you to check it out for yourself. This post will break down the three key takeaways from it, as well as put that 29% raise metaphor in perspective for you.
Shopify is a web application that is considered the leading e-commerce platform for bootstrapping entrepreneurs to create online stores. As a Canadian company who bootstrapped itself to success for several years before they raised VC money, Shopify is known for having great marketing chops.