Online Marketing: Conclusion of Keys 16-20

This post wraps up the discussion of the top twenty keys to
online marketing. I recommend using these tips as a guide when beginning your
marketing campaigns, and hone in on the ones that work best for your
business.

Keys to Online Marketing 16-20*:

    1. Remember
      that business is all about relationships and communication. Always work to
      build more relationships and gain more contacts through your email
      newsletters. Once they are built, make sure you are in continuous contact
      with your prospects, customers, strategic alliances, suppliers, investors,
      and the media.
    1. Encourage
      word of mouth among your customers. You can do this in your email messages
      by including a prominent “Forward to a Friend” link.
    1. Have
      superior customer service, and respond to all incoming emails within 24
      hours.
    1. Send
      out periodic email follow-ups to make sure your customers are happy. Ask
      them for feedback about your product or service your company is providing.
    1. Blog
      frequently with quality content. If you use iContact as your email
      marketing service, you can publish your blog posts and newsletters to our
      online customer forum, the iContact Community.

Have a great weekend, and I’ll be back next week for more
email marketing tips.

*Taken from Zero
to One Million: How to Build a Company to One Million Dollars in Sales

(McGraw-Hill) by Ryan Allis.

Cheers,

Ryan Allis

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