You should definitely get to know how autoresponders work and recognize their value to email marketing. Making autoresponders a part of your online communication strategy saves a huge amount of time and lets you better adapt your content to specific subscribers.
Like the name says, autoresponders are sent automatically, usually in response to subscriber actions. Depending on the kind of business, content and target market, autoresponders can help in different ways. Our infographic shows some of the many possibilities.
Email is everywhere! We use it at work, we use it to communicate with friends and we use it send commercial messages.
Even if you use email marketing on a daily basis, you should remember that if you’re not moving forward you are moving back. You should always look for new ways to improve your email marketing strategy: analyse reports, find new channels, reach new potential customers, develop your content etc. If your actions don’t bring you the ROI you want, try to refine your email marketing strategy. In the infographic above you will find a lot to inspire you on the subject of email marketing.
There are many ways that email can be deployed and we have decided to make a little summary of ideas on how can you use email in your marketing communication.
Remember though, that this is just the top of the iceberg and there are as many ideas as there are email users
With so many other tasks on their plate, small business owners tend to dismiss branding as unimportant. Effective branding, however, can go a long way in distinguishing your business from its competition, growing your business, and ultimately retaining customers. Check out 99designs’ small business branding checklist for 8 essential tips on building your brand to kick-start your efforts!
This infographic is going to benefit all DIY enthusiasts who are happy to install their own doors. While not everyone who enjoys DIY is an expert, it becomes all the more important for those who may be installing their first internal doors to offer them some help. Doordeals, an internal and external doors manufacturer has created an infographic for that very purpose. A visual map for you to refer to that explains how to measure the internal door while installing a new one or replacing an old one.
How The Traffic Cone Became One of America’s Most Iconic Inventions
The traffic cone is one of the few devices legally fit for public roads. Officials rely on it for temporary modifications: to separate and merge lanes, mark pedestrian paths, indicate potholes, and block-off roadside construction. Yet, this wildly successful innovation wasn’t a feat of meticulous engineering – it was the brainchild of a Los Angeles road worker and a local shop operator. Today, cones are sprinkled throughout the United States and beyond. They mark sports fields, police zones, private driveways, and even public restrooms! Over the years, improvements in industrial manufacturing and the development of federal safety policies helped the humble cone rise to international prominence.To learn even more, head on over to the Traffic Safety Store here.
It is undeniable that e-commerce has grown exponentially over the past 5 years as shops and retailers keep up with the digital and modern age whereby British consumers would rather order online with a few clicks instead of heading out to the high street.
This infographic created by Boothby Taylor looks at the effect that the rise in e-commerce has had on the British high street.
With the beer industry booming, not only does your beer have to appeal to the taste buds, it’s also got to appeal to the eyes. So how do you make your beer stand out on the shelf amongst its competition? 99designs’ newest infographic emphasizes key design tips for that perfect beer label for your beloved brew.
St. Patrick’s Day is just a few days away, and to get in the spirit, here is everything you need to know to have the best St. Patrick’s Day. From learning how to cook up the best Corned Beef & Cabbage, to pouring the perfect pint of Guinness, your St. Paddy’s day will be filled with food, and fun.
For those who are looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, you can go to Chicago to watch as they dye the Chicago River green with vegetable dye, or to Boston to see the oldest St. Patrick’s Day Parade or head on over to New York City to be one of the 2 million spectators.
Last, but not least, if you have a wee bit of Irish luck and come across the Leprechaun’s pot o’gold be careful. You may find millions of dollars in Gold, but you’ll have to pay taxes on it, and have an angry Leprechaun after you. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Thanks Liberty Tax Services for sharing this awesome St. Patty’s Day infographic with us! Don’t forget to wear green on Monday everyone, so you don’t get pinched