What Makes Email Marketing Sought-after?

Email, back in the day, fascinated most of us because digital letters could be sent to someone or anyone via the internet. I was in school when the thrill to have an email ID stood above and forth other milestones of making friends.

Yahoo! was a thing back then, and chatting with a supposed ‘pen friend’ living across the country’s borders was cool.

We have changed and diversified how the internet is working for us. Especially, when it comes to emails, the origin of marketing via email, has become a norm for businesses and companies.

Most of us have our emails configured and synced with all our devices- Laptop, iPad, Smartphone and Wearable Gadgets. That being said, companies and businesses have a potentially huge audience which receives emails.

Which makes having an email ID like having a passport. The two reasons why having an email ID important is;

  1. It is easier for any company’s website to trace back the user.
  2. The email ID received as an authentication to access service, downloads, configuration, or newsletter list, gives any company’s website permit to send emails to users who have willing consented.

Knowing how interactive the concept of email is; email marketing is about creating engaging email campaigns for clients, users, and people online. When I say engaging, it involves all my favorite elements that make a great quality email – good branding, well placed CTAs and peppy, catchy content.

To get started, an online email marketing service will help and guide newbies to create followers and client lists; the online email service company also have great bundles of template designs for emails and an integrated report system to track user behavior, conversions and open rate of emails.

Amazing that now, we are able to find all kinds of solutions to interact with clients and followers. Email marketing isn’t just that. Communication even if happens through a company channel shouldn’t be obnoxious, pompous and superficial.

The idea is that content of emails should flow unhindered, like a conversation that continues with consistent emails, either every week or every month.

Mailchimp is a profound online email marketing service and there are many others which can be used for creating eye-candy emails.

Thank you for your time. This brief blog touches upon bits of email marketing. If you wish to know more about email marketing and creating email campaigns, post it in the comments below.

The Importance of Blogs, For Companies

Many companies are doing it right in the virtual world. Most start-ups find investing in content management and marketing essential for their business. And that is because they have understood the momentousness of keyword density and customer relationship.

Drawing examples from two Indian companies; Fedena and Zeta have proliferated their company’s potential multifold. Now, why does content unlock doors to businesses has been a key question for many.

To answer justifiably, what holds the first enhanced user experience on any website is the graphics, responsiveness, and content of the homepage. However, on a limited desktop screen, any particular website’s homepage that is being showcased of a business or company is comparatively little.

Now brands or companies who look for a potential clientele off the internet, exclusively maintain an outbound marketing budget and thus, exercise their sales and purchases accordingly.

For ones, who know that they will likely find leads online, look for stable schemes of marketing, and thus find promoting through inbound marketing slow, but effective in yielding results.

An average website may have a substantial bundle of 20 pages or likewise. But what brings forth customers or clients to checking those pages out is awareness.

Awareness in the virtual sphere can be spread exceptionally through videos, graphics, posts, images and blogs. But substantially, blogs generate faster, satisfying results.

Why is then that blogs are important for business? For starters, they exuberate consistently, the following for a business

  • the brand voice
  • its values
  • keywords
  • what’s new and trending
  • information

A content marketer knows the value of publicizing a business or company, consistently. The repetitiveness and the context of producing fresh content on such topics that mostly answer a client’s inherent questions regarding a product or service, by far, is done superiorly by blogs.

And sometimes, the human scanners who trod upon many websites unknowingly, find themselves, astonished with:

  • The information that blogs impart,
  • The enhanced value of a product or service that is described,
  • The unique urge to enquire about a product or service that blogs create,

That effect of content, that delivers a quest for knowledge, an exposure to a unique product or service and lastly, the possibility of that human virtual onlooker to convert into a lead.

Fedena and Zeta do justice to their readers; inferences that can be drawn about a blog’s importance starts with such companies.

Stability and tolerance must be there to hang in, for content to deliver distinctive results, is a gradual ongoing process.

The human quests for knowledge. Thankfully, the internet is here, at everyone’s fingertips. And thankfully, companies are here to conquer the value of generating stable, consistent content for readers online. And largely, the importance of well researched, informative content that helps many, to enlighten themselves with teeny-weeny morsels of information, consumed through companies’ websites.

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Know What Inbound Marketing Can Do For Your Business

Inbound Marketing

You may have found this term floating around the internet and are not quite sure about what it entails and how you can use it. But again, marketing is a term you understand.

Inbound Marketing is precisely what you think it is. It is an umbrella term for all kinds of marketing, content creation and promotion done online; like Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media, Blogs, Websites, Discussion Forum, etc.

Whereas, Outbound Marketing is done through TV, Magazines, Newspapers, Hoardings and Sponsorships.

I stumbled upon a really amazing blog written by Vital. The blog postulates differences between Inbound and Outbound Marketing in good vocabulary.

Inbound Marketing happens in circles; to draw an example from a product based brand, diversifying across India: Chumbak.

Chumbak in 2010, started out as a small retail kiosk in Shopper’s Stop, Bangalore. The company hasn’t looked back. Chumbak acquired customers and received great feedback; their product philosophy was cherished as it was unique; colourful. What did they do next?

They built their e-commerce website and started extended their product range and stores in different locations of Bangalore. Today, they have stores in all major cities of India. They got the youth hooked online on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Customers receive updates about new product launches, sales, events and programmes through creative, quirky emails. Surprisingly, Chumbak doesn’t invest at all in outbound marketing.

What do they invest in?

  • Design, Concept, Colour and Illustration
  • Targeting the right audience
  • Branching out; Stores
  • Social Media
  • Word-of-Mouth Marketing
  • Email Marketing

Chumbak is growing since.

In the same manner, many companies and brands find investing in inbound marketing crucial for the growth of their business. Why is that? Because each one of us is a potential customer who has gadgets at their disposal to browse, locate and discover what is trending locally as well as globally.

Our immediate response or reflex to acquire information has become searching for it online, or to use the lingo, Googling it. Our brain and behaviour have channelled us to incessantly quest knowledge by browsing or reading feeds.

Fun stuff; audiences’ search behaviour and virtual existence can be tracked and located online. Which gives companies realistic figures about their marketing ROI.

What keeps companies and brands ahead in the game?

Content stays as the highest authority for Inbound marketing. But for prospects to convert into effective leads or customers, inbound marketing has to be strategic and planned.

Content relies on keywords, but not heavily so. The written copy must effectively and coherently speak to, talk to and relate to the audience receiving it. The company or brand must have a sure management strategy as to how it plans to attract a potential client. The content Marketing team should vouch for the content to be:

  • grammatically flawless
  • coherent, clear
  • audience specific
  • meticulous
  • well – planned

Inbound Marketing will have dominance over all forms of marketing in the near future. Businesses and start-ups who plan to grow steadily with an assured customer base should look for the best content strategy, right away.