​Will Email Marketing Reign Supreme For The Rest Of Our Lives​?

​A Bold Email Marketing Prediction

​In this email I want to briefly predict where email marketing will go in the future, more specifically, I’d like to talk about the longevity of email marketing.

Because a lot of my colleagues and IT friends have told me that email marketing is going to ultimately stop working eventually; maybe a new technology will even replace emails all together.

​Is Email Marketing Going To Be Replaced?

​Well, it’s absolutely possible that in the future, some new kind of technology will replace email.

To be honest, I can’t think of what that new technology will be, but you’d probably agree that it’s possible.

Maybe it will be some type of mobile messaging service, or something that’s far beyond our (primitive) imagination, lol.

​Something Could Surpass Email, I'm Just Not Sure What It Is... Yet.

​That being said, one thing’s for sure; for the moment, email marketing, and the use of email in general isn’t going anywhere.

That’s my prediction, that email marketing is here to stay, and it’s still going to be one of the most powerful marketing mediums well into the future.

Because in my opinion, email is literally the cornerstone of internet communication.

​Email Marketing Still Rules The Roost, ​For Now.

​Think of it this way…

Literally every service you use these days, be it Facebook, Netflix, Amazon, Microsoft, or literally any internet connected service, all require an email account.

Even your doctor’s office, the dentist, and health insurance companies want your email address.

For that reason, and because replacing the email address as the primary means of internet communication would require unknown technology, I’m confident that the use of email, and therefore the use of email marketing, will be around for quite some time.

​Email Marketing Is The Cornerstone Of Internet Communications, It's Too Difficult To Replace!

​In other words, in my honest opinion, email marketing is here to stay for the foreseeable future.

And this is a comforting thought to be honest, because email marketing, in my opinion, is the single best way for the small entrepreneur, like us, to get our word out to the masses, without having a massive budget, or arguably any budget at all.

Also, I would love to have your two cents on this.

In your opinion, is email going to be replaced in our lifetime as the primary communication method of the internet, and if so, what do you think might replace it?

Please reply to this email and let me know your thoughts.

I love discussing this type of stuff, especially with my nerdy marketing and IT related pals lol.

In any event, I thank you so much for reading this email newsletter, and I thank you for tolerating my nerdy content!

​Thank You So Much For Checking This Out!​

​In this document I revealed my honest two cents regarding the future of email marketing.

I honestly think that someday, something could definitely replace email as the primary means for internet communication.

​To be honest, I'm not sure what that technology may be, however, it's definitely fun to think about!

​If you ever have any questions, or simply want to brainstorm, then please never hesitate to contact me.

I've got your back!

Until then, stay awesome, and please have an amazing day.

Cordially and humbly yours...

Mike DeVincent


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