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Email Marketing: Do This

Email Marketing What You Should Be Doing

Email Marketing: What You Should Be Doing

Chances are you come into contact with email marketing on a daily basis, whether you’re a digital marketer firing off email blasts or a consumer receiving your daily email newsletters from Pottery Barn and Petco. Email marketing is everywhere.

While a commonly-used and widely-accepted tactic in today’s digital age, email marketing can be intimidating to professionals tasked with jumpstarting an organization’s marketing automation efforts. Have no fear. We are here with a few helpful, basic tips to keep in mind as you’re navigating through the world of email marketing. Here’s what you should be doing.

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March 2015 D Cohn Communications Newsletter

Spring Seminars

So much Social Media to talk about!

Our latest newsletter is out, including the details about our upcoming Spring Seminars — Using Social Media for the Hiring Process and Intro to Facebook Marketing. Take a look here.

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12 Days of Digital Media, Part I

partridgeThe Twelve Days of Digital Marketing: Day One. 

More frustration has erupted in the wake of Facebook’s latest reveal that it will cut business Pages’ organic reach even further in the interest of encouraging brands to pay for News Feed space. I continue to be perplexed that any business thinks advertising should be free, and I truly wouldn’t suggest anyone drop their Facebook page. It’s a much better idea to either learn how to use it effectively, or pony up the truly minimal fee to boost your page once in a while.

Nonetheless, I’m offering up a digital marketing holiday present – 12 alternatives to Facebook marketing, cleverly—or oddly, depending on your perspective—lined up with the 12 Days of Christmas.

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October Newsletter

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The latest D. Cohn Communications newsletter has hit mailboxes. You can read it by following this link, but it’s even more fun when you receive one all for yourself. Sign up at the bottom of this website. We don’t email often, and we will never share your address.
D. Cohn Communications’ October Newletter

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