It’s the season of harvest, but we’re not just talking about fall vegetables. You’ve nurtured your list for long enough. It’s time to close sales! If you’re stuck on how to grow your print newsletter ROI before next year, start with these simple steps.
Connecting with your customers requires you to share personal stories. It will make readers feel like they know and trust you, encouraging them to continue using your services. At Newsletter Pro, we aim to help you accomplish your business goals with monthly newsletters.
You have a unique business! That’s not just a platitude — it’s an advantage. You have your own style and brand image. But are you underutilizing your most unique resource? Your competition may have newer storefronts or bigger budgets, but there is one thing they will never have: you.
Entrepreneurs have access to more business data than ever, but how do you know which numbers matter and which are just a time suck? Here are some of the key performance indicators you probably shouldn’t be ignoring.
With back-to-school season right around the corner, lots of parents and business owners are in a period of transition. That means this is your perfect opportunity to wow your audience by using some great back-to-school content ideas.
When it comes to building your public brand image, it pays to have good word-of-mouth marketing. After all, what could be better than free ...
If you think your business is boring, try being a credit card processing company. A credit card company, like CapitalOne, at least gets the adorable Christmas commercials. But Square found a smart way around that – with customer analysis, tactical business decisions, and stunning short films.
A consumer isn’t going to give your marketing the time of day if it isn’t entertaining. Boring content just doesn’t cut it anymore. Here’s what you can take away from “edutainment” marketing.
Ever wondered why we work 1–2 months ahead of schedule? It might seem crazy to talk about Thanksgiving in August or September, but there's a good reason why we work so far ahead in the publication timeline — and you might even be able to help.
When you engage in regular, meaningful communication with your audience, you are creating lasting loyalty. While it’s impossible to maintain contact with every customer you’ve ever served, it’s important to stay in touch with as many as possible.
When it comes to increasing profits, business owners tend to focus on optimization and leads. While these 2 factors are very important to growing your business, businesses often ignore other avenues for revenue growth, and one of these secret cash cows is reactivations.
By providing great service to your current customers and increasing retention rates, you’ll set your business up to flourish this summer and all year long.