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Why send mass emails

For some growing businesses email marketing is seen as a chore, a question why send mass emails, surely they just get junked don’t they? Words we often hear – but does this have ‘legs’ is it true… Well here at mailPDQ we believe that communication and engaging with the right people demonstrates your business to […]

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Sentences you shouldn’t include in an email campaign

When we’re called into businesses to review previous business email marketing campaigns we often see one’s that just fail and the business owners can’t see why.  They can’t understand that a recipient isn’t going to spend the whole day reading and replying to all the emails they’ve received, they have more important things to do. So […]

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Why categorizing your business data is best practice

When you’re just starting out with your own small business, you might be tempted to keep all of your data in one or two files for the sake of convenience. This includes your sales records, leads, clients, prospects, and anything else that is related to your business. Unfortunately for the many business owners out there […]

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Email Marketing tips for Small Businesses

Email marketing is an easy way for small businesses to communicate and build loyalty and trust with their customers. Previously, direct marketing was incredibly expensive and only feasible for large businesses but, over the last few years we have seen a dramatic change and these are our Email Marketing tips for Small Businesses The cost of […]

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What data every business should collect for the best email marketing campaigns

Email marketing campaigns are generally most effective when targeted recipients have opted-in, i.e. agreed to receive the emails. Because recipients actually want to receive the emails, it entirely eliminates the chief drawback of such campaigns – the possibility of being filtered out at receipt time or rejected outright. One of the most useful and powerful […]

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