San Diego, California Jan 14, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – In growing your brand and widening out your reach, email marketing is the most effective marketing channel. Email marketing is used by thousands of businesses around the world, big or small. It’s very popular amongst almost all industries due to its effectiveness and efficiency. Throughout the years, email marketing has also evolved. From being a simple formatted email, it has now become customized with added colors, media, and even clickable links that can redirect your customer to your business’s webpage.
Email marketing has also come a long way when it comes to content. It’s important nowadays that your email contains the right mixture of everything it needs in order to entice customers. DigitalME‘s take on how to make emails that sell is to use software with Artificial Intelligence tools, such as ActiveCampaign, which helps build personalized email campaigns through its builder, helps in measuring the effectiveness of your campaigns, and helps you as a business owner in measuring and segmenting your audience.
The beauty of ActiveCampaign is also the fact that it allows you to send different types of emails according to what you need. You can pick whether you want to send broadcast emails, triggered emails, targeted emails, email autoresponders, email funnels, or scheduled emails. With its drag-and-drop email designer, ActiveCampaign lets you set up beautiful templates in minutes. If you’re not into DIY and want premade templates, DigitalME has developed their own custom templates that you can make use of to improve your campaigns.
ActiveCampaign is definitely the tool you need for successful email marketing. As a certified partner, DigitalME can help you implement a good email marketing strategy through their ActiveCampaign managed service. Contact them now so they can give you advice on what you need for your business and provide you with added value for your campaigns. You will get 24/7 Support, fully automated email sequences, customized branded emails, and custom API syncs.
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