The holiday season is a great time to create a deeper connection with your leads and customers. It’s a perfect opportunity to let your contacts know that you’re thinking of them, make them feel special and build on your relationship. And to that end, direct mail is a useful instrument.
Direct mail may have more history than email and social media combined, but that doesn’t mean it’s antiquated– It certainly doesn’t have to be. Despite perceptions, direct mail can be at the forefront of technological advancement, bringing interactivity and excitement you may not have considered.
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If you’re a savvy marketer, you know the pitfalls of putting all your proverbial marketing eggs in one basket. It’s far from the most strategic approach. The most effective marketing campaigns are born out of a thorough understanding of your audience and an assessment of the channels to reach them with. And no group of prospects will universally connect with one singular marketing channel.
As a marketer, you surely don’t need a high-level explanation on drip campaigns. But even the most seasoned, creative and expert marketers have room to improve their workflows and campaign effectiveness – it’s part of what makes marketing so fascinating. In fact, it’s downright imperative that you regularly review and revise your drip and email marketing efforts.
You’re out with your future significant other – your soul mate. It’s your first date and already you know they’re your perfect match. Sure, it’s only been 30 minutes since you first introduced each other, but you say, “Forget it. I’m going for it.” You get down on a knee and reach into your pocket. But by the time you look back up to ask the question, they’re nowhere to be found.
Marketers don’t thrive in an ever-changing business and marketing world by staying stagnant. They hey grow as landscapes evolve, prioritizing continuous learning. But few of us have the time to break away from our daily chaos and read a book. And if we do, we might want it to be for pleasure. That’s why podcasts has become increasingly popular in recent years.