The Power of Email Marketing (Plus 60 Ways to Grow Your List)
Event on 2015-06-03 09:30:00
The Power of Email Marketing plus 60 Ways to Grow Your List
Email is more important than ever – to you and your nonprofit, and also to those you serve as your clients or donors. This session will reveal some simple but effective best practices and considerations for the small nonprofit seeking to make their email newsletters more effective.
Attendees of this presentation will learn:
- Strategies for encouraging recipients to open and read your message
- Subject line best practices, and when to send your newsletter
- What to write about in your newsletter or announcement
- How to use images effectively
- How email and social media are connected…and why they work best together
Join us and learn some great new ways to help your email and social media efforts be more effective components of your online marketing strategy. We'll close out this seminar wtih 60 Simple Strategies to Build Your Contact List!
About our presenter:
Suzan Czajkowski is a Communication and Online Marketing Coach and is an Authorized Local Expert for Constant Contact.
She works closely with small business owners and entrepenuers so that they are involved in developing their own marketing strategy. Using Suzan's marketing approach, her clients integrate their online presence across a multitute of platforms including social media, email, newsletters, blogging and websites, so that everything works together efficiently & effectivetly, generating more results from less work.
Suzan started her business — MyCommCoach — 5 years ago, after leaving her last corporate job as a marketing manager with an international publisher. Before that, she worked in a variety of different industries including fitness, technology, academics, and the military. She has both a B.A. and an M.A. in Communication and is a Certified Leadership Coach through Georgetown University. Suzan is ACC certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF), and was awarded Business Coach of the Year by ICF's local New England chapter in 2013.
at Concord Free Public Library, Fowler Branch
1322 Main Street
Concord, United States