Email Marketing That Doesn’t Suck

News flash folks – Email is the BEST Social Media of All.

Did you know that 100% of people who have an email address (that’s everybody) delete at least 30% of their unopened email?  And they do it everyday!  This is called click-through and open rate.  If your email is spammy, the subject line stinks, and your content is weak, then your email basically sucks.

Email is one of the most powerful ways to market, advertise, and even drive traffic to targeted websites and blogs but you’ll need to have a good strategy and a compelling email that looks great, gets opened, gets read, has value, and has an easy but powerful call-to-action. It takes a combination of a professional product with a personal touch and approach.

Facebook proved this works by sending members email that stated,You’ve been tagged in a photo!”  Nobody can resist clicking on the link back to Facebook because they can’t stand thinking that there might be a photo of them out on the web that might be embarrassing, maybe even humiliating.   You know what I mean right?  lol~  We’ve all been there….

It’s time to take control of your email campaigns!  What if you could create stunning, studio quality emails?  Choose from hundreds of quality custom designed themes and email templates and be able to send them through any email service provider?  Do you have graphic design experience or HTML programming skills?  How much time and money would it cost?

One option is TemplateZone, a site you absolutely MUST check out.  They can help you setup and deliver quality email campaigns.  I have personally worked with their staff, experienced their excellent customer service, and will also be having them as one of my VIP guests at an upcoming webinar in March 2012.  They understand and support your email marketing.

Look, the hardest step was just reading and coming this far, the next step is easy and FREE…

Create your next email campaign here.

Comments (1)

  1. toney

    Sorry to say, Template zone, specifically High Impact’s customer service does suck and miserably too. I have High Impact 5 platinum. I upgraded from 4 because I liked it. Because I was so busy I had only used it occasionally until 2 yrs ago. Since then, I constantly have problems, I have called left voice messages and opened tickets and many times have not gotten replies. AND… When I have gotten replies and I have EXPLAINED my problem. I get responses that seems as though they didn’t read what I typed, and I’ve have to explain myself again. Mind you this is over the span of several days. It can very well be 4-5 days before they seem to get it straight and understand what I’m asking their help for then another bunch of days. And after all that, their solution for my problem is run the cleanup and reinstall High impact. Well it doesn’t fix the problem. I keep trying to upload contacts over and over till it finally works. The annoying part of it is I have 3 address list over 20,000+ each, and it that take 2-3 days to finish processing before I get the error no internet connect msg. I can’t get past the first list. I have had to do that every few weeks over and over. I keep getting error msg “cannot connect with mail server. Internet connection needs to be present. This is nuts because I am online always! My connection is always up. I have told them this soooo many times and I have never, not once gotten and explanation for this problem. I am a (certified) computer technician and have several desktops and pc and i get the same error regardless of OS, browser, with or without antivirus software and firewall disabled. I have tried everything to make sure the problem wasn’t machine or a software compatibility issue. I have recently setup a desktop with just OS and Office apps, no windows update no antivirus software. It Still doesn’t help. And customer service is no help trying to figure out this issue. I really like the software and would like to keep it and maybe even upgrade again. BUT, I’m not confident Customer service will be of any assistance if i run into any more or the same issue. I am shopping around for another mass mailing software. I have no confidence in their Customer service.

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