Everyone has experienced the sensation of being overwhelmed by seemingly useless emails filled with coupons, special offers, information about new product launches and other messages you do not have time to read. Business users sent and received on average 121 emails a day in 2014, and this is expected to grow to 140 emails a day by 2018. While it can be annoying to receive messages from every company you ever purchased something from or expressed interest in, email is a necessary part of business and making sales in the digital age.
If you as a business owner or employee of a company are annoyed by the number of messages you receive from businesses you have interacted with in the past, you have to assume that your current or potential customers may feel the same way about emails you are sending them.
Instead of sending the same tired sales and marketing emails you typically blast to customers, take this week and the following tips to put a new spin on your digital customer communications.
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About the Author
John McGee, President OptifiNow
As the President of OptifiNow, John leads the company’s vision, strategy and growth. John founded OptifiNow to solve a common problem of enterprise customers – the shared struggle of managing national and global sales teams with brand and legal compliant messaging. OptifiNow was built from the ground up by simplifying the complex needs of customers. The result is a software platform that delivers a complete suite of customer engagement solutions for its clients.
John has a BS in Engineering and Computer Science from Loyola Marymount University, and is a proud California native. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, and their 3 children.
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