From their start in a cramped attic in Massachusetts to becoming North America’s most popular email marketing platform, Constant Contact is primed for more growth by renewing their focus on providing some of the most easy and powerful do-it-yourself tools for small to medium businesses. Behind a next-generation editor and best-in-class deliverability rates, Constant Contact enables users to easily reach more potential customers.
As consumers get frustrated with chaotic news feeds filled with unreliable sources and time-starved marketers struggle to show the business impact of social engagements, both are turning to email to get the information they need.
For some reason, a lot of small business owners are reluctant to directly ask their customers for referrals. The reality is you can’t keep your business afloat without a steady stream of customers. And spikes and droughts in activity create a whole other set of problems, including an inability to cultivate relationships with the types of customers you want to engage.
Don’t assume a head hung low is necessarily a bad thing. These days, it usually means your customers are buried deep in their mobile devices. You can expect a lot more of this as the amount of emails opened on smartphones continues to climb.
You might think it’s a bad thing to be put on “blast,” or to be called a “drip” (that’s how kids these days talk, right?), but when it comes to email marketing, these terms have a very different meaning.