Posted on 27th September 2017
On October 18th, Come and Discover how Email Marketing can help you reach more customers.
So what are the tips and tricks to getting email marketing right?
There isn’t one magic solution – it is about getting each step right, quality data and crafting compelling messages. So if you want to know more, join us at our next Breakfast Business Booster session to learn lots of ideas for you to try right away:
• Value your database – the engine which drives campaign performance
• Plan your email marketing campaigns
• Improve deliverability of your emails
• Understand key components of HTML email design
• Evaluate how to use plain text email Many businesses across the South East and London have been benefiting from these practical bite size training courses, run by Liz Barnes.
Date: 18th October 2017
Time: 09:00 -11.30
Price: £49.00 per person
Venue: The King’s Centre
For more details and how to book visit http://www.preview.co.uk/training or contact Wes on 01273 834434 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Peter Liddell does a first class job in ensuring that members’ interests are aired and addressed.
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