Email Marketing Slideshow to Help Build your Business

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Turn your Email into a Marketing Powerhouse

Use email marketing to create a lasting relationship with your customers and prospects.

Look at Bing's Keyword Research tool to help you write better content.

You might be surprised what your customers are searching for that you've never considered.

Connect MailChimp to Twitter.

Create a MailChimp account.

Share a customer testimonial a couple times a month.

You can see their reviews on Google Maps and other social tools to reach out to them and create a post quoting them.

Create a sweepstakes page on your website and promote it on social media.

Use your social media channels to create a sweepstake this month and drive people to join your Email Marketing!

Add MailChimp to IFTTT.

Setup your MailChimp and IFTTT connection to create a link between the two and you'll be able to automate actions.

Are you hiring this month? Don't forget to post about it.

One of the easiest social media shares is upcoming jobs. So don't forget to post job opening across all your platforms.

Clean up your MailChimp mailing lists.

I recommend taking a few moments every week and removing inactive contacts from your mailing list.

Import your customers into MailChimp.

If you're not already integrated with MailChimp, set aside a few moments once a month to manually migrate new subscribers to MailChimp.

Send out an email newsletter!

You'll want to experiment with your frequency to find the perfect match, but every two weeks is a great schedule for businesses to send a newsletter.

Get a little inspiration for your emails.

Email marketing can be well ... boring. Get a fresh take with some gorgeous examples of amazing email marking campaigns.

What's your email marketing strategy for the quarter?

Look at the next 90 days and plan out special events and marketing programs for your email campaigns.

Schedule your newsletters for the month.

Do you have upcoming events or specials this month? Plan and schedule your MailChimp newsletters for the next 30 days.

Setup the MailChimp mobile app to get reports

The mobile app for MailChimp allows you to get information about the progress of your newsletter marketing campaigns on any device.

Add a MailChimp form to your website.

Take a little time and add MailChimp to your website to get people to signup for your email newsletter.

Get people to join your newsletter in person.

Are you hosting a local event, heading to a Meetup, or running a small store?

Who are your email's coming from?

In the world of silly questions, what does a newsletter campaign look like to your customer?

Verify your publicity settings for MailChimp lists.

MailChimp lists can each have their own individual publicity settings. Be sure you're set to allow people to find you!

Check MailChimp for notifications.

It'll likely sound silly, but if you're using MailChimp be sure to log in at least once a month and check for notifications.

Add your store to MailChimp for more stats.

Setup your e-commerce website to take advantage of MailChimp's integrated segment manager to target customers even more accurately.

Connect MailChimp and EventBrite to sync customers.

If you're going to run Eventbrite events, be sure to connect MailChimp so that your information is synced.

Verify your MailChimp contact details.

Take a few seconds today and verify your contact information is correct on MailChimp.

Have you verified your domain with MailChimp?

Verifying an account with MailChimp lets you send your newsletters as if they're coming from your domain.

Add a Privacy Policy to your website.

All websites in Canada are required to have a Privacy Policy, so be sure that your website is up to date.

Encourage users to sign up for your newsletters.

Can you offer a special promotion or a discount coupon to get people to sign up for your newsletter this week?

Create a business page on Facebook.

Set up a Facebook business page to create a brand on Facebook.

Setup a grammar checker for your web browser.

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