If you think email is old school, think again. It is a great, affordable way to leverage social media, stay connected with customers if you do it well.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 07, 2011
Email can grow a business or nonprofit and their social media bases. In How to Grow Your Business With Email Marketing, a new, free webinar from Ventureneer, both nonprofit leaders and small business owners will learn how it’s done and best practice tips.
The focus of the webinar is specific, actionable advice and tools to create effective email marketing campaigns.
The free webinar will highlight best practices and winning strategies in a comprehensive look at what email can do and how it can help businesses and nonprofits:
- get and keep customers
- increase delivery and open rates
- write good headlines and content
- save time
- get readers to take action
- incorporate social networking
“If you think email is old school, think again. It is a great, affordable way to leverage social media, stay connected with customers if you do it well,” says Geri Stengel, founder of Ventureneer.
The webinar will be held Wednesday; July 13 from 12 pm – 1 pm ET and taught by David Fischer, founder of Solutions for Growth, and a marketing consultant specializing in small to mid-size businesses. As a Certified Expert Business Partner of Constant Contact, he has managed hundreds of email marketing programs, newsletters, and promotions that brought high delivery, open and click-through rates for his clients.
In this webinar, Fischer will share best practices for effective email marketing that doesn’t end up in the spam folder.
For more information or to register, visit Ventureneer’s website.
Ventureneer connects values-driven small business owners, social entrepreneurs, and nonprofit leaders with the knowledge they need to make the world a better place and to thrive as businesses. At Ventureneer, entrepreneurial and nonprofit training and advice are practical, accessible, and affordable. Ventureneer blends traditional, formal instruction with informal, peer learning. You can learn new skills, collaborate with peers, develop solutions to your real-world problems, get one-on-one help from experts, and access the information you need to make better decisions for your organizations.