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Although there are many marketing channels at your disposal, email is arguably the most powerful strategy for both B2B and B2C advertisers. This cost-effective solution enables you to reach potential customers in the place they visit every day – their inbox.
However, it’s not enough to just send emails from time to time. Your potential customers receive dozens of emails per day but open only a small part of them and engage with even fewer.
That being said, it’s more than evident that it’s time to start optimizing your email marketing campaign to get the most out of it.
The team behind 99firms.com created the infographic below to provide you with the most efficient hacks, supported by case studies.
Among the vast array of technologies that have changed the way companies handle marketing, one of the most prominent innovations are smartphones. Just think about how often you check your smartphone everyday.
Mobile marketing is a multi-channel strategy which includes a wide range of activities that connect advertisers to a broader customer base through mobile devices and networks.
This is excellent for marketers since it increases the value of the advertising that gets through.
When done right, this type of marketing provides customers with personalized information so they can get what they need exactly when they need it. Basically, it is a win-win!
Being early adopters of this marketing trend gave many renewed brands a tremendous advantage over their competitors.
Below, an infographic created by App Geeks about the advantages of using mobile marketing.
There are certain behaviors we all know will raise eyebrows and offend people. Standing too close to someone while talking, double-dipping, and a feeble handshake, are all examples of behaviors that others find off-putting.
Particularly in business, it’s crucial to avoid the common pitfalls and adhere strictly to etiquette, especially when in a foreign setting.
While Westerners are suspicious of people who avoid eye contact, East Asian cultures don’t consider looking someone in the eyes a must. In fact, many Chinese and Japanese consider steady eye contact provocative.
But there are also more subtle, perhaps culturally specific faux pas, and committing them can be as easy as inadvertently checking the time while speaking to someone, or nodding too frequently.
Then, of course, there are the behaviors we don’t even catch ourselves displaying, but which nonetheless cause others to take a dislike to us, such as fidgeting and clenching our fists, or crossing our arms during a conversation.
We’ve looked at a selection of common etiquette breakers, and some you may not have considered before.
Business Etiquette and Body Language Blunders
Infographic by Swiss Canadian Capital