So, in a previous post, I talked about the importance of having a consistent email marketing strategy. And I’m sure some of you thought … yeah, right. Like I really have time the time and energy to send out a newsletter on a regular basis. I have so much else to do. Where do I find the time????
Being overworked and overwhelmed is far too commonplace among those of us who have small businesses, so I get it. With so many other things on our plate that make up our day-to-day “gotta get it done” list, adding one more thing to the list seems like an impossibility.
There are so many benefits to having a marketing support specialist set up and send out your newsletter for you. First and foremost, it takes this task off your plate so there’s one less thing you have to do. And, she can probably do it in half the time it takes you. That’s definitely a win!Let a marketing support specialist take the newsletter task off your plate so there's one less thing you have to do. Click To Tweet
A marketing support specialist can do as much or as little as you need them to do. If you work with an online marketing support team (like our team), we can handle everything from start to finish. You can provide the copy, or our crackerjack copywriter can write it for you. One of our designers can design your email template if you don’t already have one. One of our email marketing team members can pull everything together, set your newsletter up and send it out for you … month after month, year after year. (Remember the consistency part?)
Don’t have a list yet? No worries, we can set that up for you as well. Whatever it takes to get you on track with a consistent email marketing strategy.
If you’d like to know more about how we work and if we’re a good fit, contact us to schedule a complimentary discovery session.
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