From Loren Nelson, NelsonEcom
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Item One: Email Holiday Marketing Season
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|1. Email Holiday Marketing Season
According to the Retail Email blog, they found in that 68% of retailers in their survey sent out a Cyber-Monday promotion compared to 44% last year (54% increase).
In addition, 25% of retailers in their survey sent promotional emails the Sunday before compared to 12% last year (108% increase).
Ahhh, the power of "Cyber-Monday" has come into a life of its own. In fact, many e-Tailers continuing to push strong with echo-Monday promotions to snag last minute gift-giving season buyers.
|2. Holidays Email Marketing Tips
Reports have shown that email is the most used medium for online shopping during the holiday season. Email marketing, due to its affordability, effectiveness and straightforwardness, is much exploited to benefit the most from the holiday traffic and spending, hence generating a positive impression about the company as well as a higher revenue. Email marketing supplies the tools to target clients who are ready to spend money over the holidays. This period thus provides a plethora of prospects to boost your business. You should employ an efficient holiday marketing stratagem which solves your customers’ problems and target their interests. Sending holiday email campaigns is an excellent way for you to stay connected with your clients.
Tips to increase sales during holidays, making use of email marketing:
Notify About New Issues Or Updates
Basics Of A Good Email
|3. Fitness Tip – Dark Chocolate for Hypertension?
If your blood pressure is high, chocolate may help. The Antioxidants Research Laboratory at Tufts University, recently found that hypertensive people who at 3.5 ounces of dark chocolate per day for 2 weeks saw their blood pressure drop significantly, according to an article in the journal "Hypertension". Their bad cholesterol dropped, too. Some people had the same amount of white chocolate, but it did nothing, due to the fact that is does not contain any cocoa, which is where flavonoids come from. How much is 3.5 ounces? That would be roughly equal to a big bar of baking chocolate. The participants in the study cut out about 400 calories from their regular daily diets to make room for the dark chocolate. But you don’t necessarily have to go to those lengths — just a bite or two will do you good.
|4. Word of the Week
auctorial • \awk-TOR-ee-ul\ • adjective
: of or relating to an author
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|5. What is a trackback?
A trackback is when a link to your blog is displayed in the comments section of another user’s blog. Trackbacks can look just like a blog comment and offer the same traffic visibility. By posting trackbacks to popular blogs, you gain increased traffic from user’s viewing the blog and increased search results from search engines.
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