Frustrated with social media? Not sure you want to spend money on online advertising? What if I told you that you could build long lasting relationships that convert into customers, become evangelists on your behalf, or refer others to you?
Now is the time for you to begin email marketing for your business. It’s challenging to catch a prospect’s attention in social media. But if you can deliver a quality, relevant message to their email inbox, you have a good chance of building a long lasting relationship.
NOTE: This is for beginners only with NO prior experience with email marketing or MailChimp. We will NOT discuss other email marketing platforms, list buying, audience segmentation, or other advanced tactics so we don’t overwhelm the participants.
I gave this Email Marketing for Beginners webinar with the specific goal of sharing tactical, actionable tips that the attendees could use afterwards. It was well received. If you enjoyed/benefited, please leave a comment on this page. Thank you. –Roland
Presented 05/26/2020 via the Somerset County Business Partnership.
I received another question: Does Mailchimp use/sell the e-mail addresses we input? -Antoinette
Answer: Legitimate question. Like anything, especially free services, it's a leap of faith. There would be a big stink if companies like MailChimp did so. https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/
Read Section "E. Member Distribution Lists"
"We do not, under any circumstances, sell your Distribution Lists. If someone on your Distribution List complains or contacts us, we might then contact that person."
Have a great week.
Well, I don't' think so they sell but we never know what's going on our back. Though, I think we should never use tools like Mailchimp or any other who charge really high.
After trying both Mailchimp and some other like mail munch which is quite cheaper than mail chimp I found both were equal. They don't have any difference than of their price.
What I think is they are big companies and spend huge money on research and marketing, so to coverup that cost they set higher prices, but companies which are more efficient but not that popular are good enough, and I think trustworthy. So, its always better instead of paying extra dollars brand value, you just pay for what you get.