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WEBSITE MARKETING

5 Phases to Email Marketing
By: Chris Stirling
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    2006-04-09

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    When using email marketing to sell a product or service you can’t just start selling to your readers in the first email.The reason is the odds of the reader knowing who you are or what you are all about are pretty low, even if they subscribed to your newsletter from a form on your website. People do not purchase from those they do not know. So the key to a successful email marketing campaign is “warming up” your readers to the sell.

    The "warming up" process can be broken down into five distinct phases. It's a good idea to keep these in mind as you work to warm up your lists.

    Phase 1 -- "Cold Readers"

    These are folks who have just filled out the form on your website, or whose details you have received via co-registration.

    You know nothing about them, and they know nothing about you, so at this phase, your primary job is to introduce yourself, and begin to establish yourself as a source of credible and useful *free* information.

    I emphasized the word *free* in that, because "cold" leads are very unlikely to buy anything from you, no matter what you do.

    PHASE 2 -- "Curious Readers"

    At this phase, people may have opened one or two of your emails and have at least decided to stay on your list long enough to find out what you're about, and what they can gain by reading your emails.

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