Whether you’re a seasoned ecommerce professional or just starting out in your online business venture, the secret to increasing sales is simple: get the right products in front of the right customers at the right times. However, that is easy said than done.
What if you could eliminate the time-consuming aspects of email marketing and still get great results? Imagine. No more creating lists, complicated flows, sifting through data and not knowing what to do with it, and no more feeling like you’re not doing everything you can to sell more.
In this one hour video, we’re going to help make more money online by selling more products online. You will learn about the future of email marketing,why you need to change your approach to sell more, and how Constant Contact’s Ecommerce Pro can save you time by targeting, personalizing, and automating your messages to the right people at the right times.
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The most important lesson I learned from email marketing is to start your list from day one. I didn’t start my list until my blog was almost a year old. Had I started from the day my blog started, my list would be a lot bigger today and I would be making a lot more money.
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In upcoming post seris, I will show you how to take full advantage of all the unique features Constant Contact has to offer. Go set up your free trial now so you learn can along with the training. Remember, it’s free and no credit card is required.
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