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The effectiveness of your e-mail is tied closely to the value it provides the recipient. It’s important to ask, “Will the target find the content interesting or useful?”
Web-based and electronic media are gaining prominence among companies’ standard portfolio of marketing tools.
Directing consumers to your Web site has become the definitive call to action. Not only can a company provide an overview of its capabilities with its Web site, it can feasibly complete a sales transaction.
General rules for good communication apply as much to e-mail as to any other medium.
Permission and value are key to effective e-mail marketing. A customer who opts in to an e-mail list expects to receive something valuable in return.