As we approach the end of the year, it's the prime time to lock in your strategies for 2024. This is when most small businesses are looking for answers about the right things to do in their marketing and how to improve from this year to the next-- so we're here to answer those questions.
We're taking the most popular questions from our latest webinar and expanding upon them to assist you in putting together your marketing strategy for next year.
As COVID-19 continues to push people outside of their comfort zones, businesses that are pivoting to a digital-first marketing strategy have been able to survive and even thrive in the transformed marketplace. Those one-time “nice-to-dos” when it comes to online marketing are now a necessity, as digital channels are often the only way to stay in contact with customers.
We spent 2020 working with small businesses to help them make the best use of digital marketing tools and learned what they were doing to power on. With all this information, we put together a wonderfully informative webinar for you to watch. Read on to view the webinar and review the questions asked during our live session.
The last part of a successful email marketing strategy is to get new subscribers. Join us for the last in this 5-part webinar series to learn how to grow your email list.
As a nonprofit, you can always use more support. Whether you need more volunteers or donations, email marketing can help to build relationships to accomplish this. That’s why it’s important to continually grow your email list, so you can further help your cause.
In this free, one hour webinar, we’ll discuss tactics you can use to grow your email list andyournonprofit. Additionally, we’ll show you:
How to build a permission-based list
How to entice your supporters to sign up
How to use Constant Contact sign-up tools
Here you'll find the questions asked by our attendees during the webinar. Want to view the recording? Click here to register and gain access!
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