Today, November 17th is Electronic Greeting Card Day, which had me thinking about how awesome it would be for email marketers to say THANK YOU to their subscribers!
Email marketing is one of my favorite things in the world.
It’s by far the best way to build rapport, authority, prestige, goodwill, and also to drive sales.
And these days, absolutely everyone is talking about email marketing:
- Affiliate marketers
- Network marketers
- Social media gurus
- Small business owners
One thing that people almost never talk about however, is how to do something AWESOME for your subscribers!
Tutorials on how to monetize email marketing are everywhere.
But what about the tutorials on how to say thanks, how to be cool, and how to show appreciation?
That’s why I cracked a massive smile when I realized that today is “Electronic Greeting Card Day”, if for nothing else than for metaphorical reasons.
Because it can always be an awesome idea to tell your subscribers that they rock!
Never take your email subscribers for granted!
They’re living, breathing humans on a planet, with real problems, real feelings, real emotions, and real lives.
So it can be a really good idea to do something awesome for your email list now and then.
When was the last time you did something totally awesome?
It doesn’t have to be a greeting card per se.
Maybe you can send them a free gift, send them your latest course for free, send them a note saying how awesome they are, or even send them a free webinar event that you want to host.
Or, you could simply start inviting your subscribers to interact with you more.
Always remember that your subscribers joined your email list for a reason.
They think you’re cool as heck! Because, in all probability, you are.
So, never take them for granted! Take the time to nurture your leads, so your email list can last a lifetime.
Each lead that you ever generate for your email marketing is absolutely precious.
So, on this International Electronic Greeting Card Day, I’m personally taking notice that it’s a great idea to remind everyone in our lives, how much we appreciate them.
If we can all accomplish that, then we’ll be creating a better planet to live on, while also helping our own business as the same time.
Which, is never a bad deal… Right?!
Thanks so much for checking this out. And please have a magnificent day.
Cordially and humbly yours…
This has been Mike DeVincent of MrComputerScience.com, and I’m signing off!