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5 Things Your Marketing Campaign Could Be Missing if Engagement is Low

In a recent blog post, the folks at Benchmark Email give us the lowdown on how to keep our audience engaged in our marketing campaigns. They emphasize the importance of personalization and targeting, making sure your message speaks directly to your audience’s needs and interests. The post also touches on the power of A/B testing, allowing you to experiment and see what resonates with your audience the most. And lastly, the experts at Benchmark Email stress the importance of consistency, keeping your message on-brand and on-point, no matter how many campaigns you launch. So, if you want to keep your audience hooked, it’s time to get personal, test your approach, and stay consistent.


Excerpt from the main article:

A lot goes into creating an effective marketing strategy. Whether you work in-house or hire an outside firm, companies need to hire specialists to conduct research, profile customers, set goals, create content, and analyze data — all in the hopes that they will be able to generate leads and, ultimately, increase sales. According to a recent study, companies invest… The post 5 Things Your Marketing Campaign Could Be Missing if Engagement is Low appeared first on Benchmark Email.


5 Things Your Marketing Campaign Could Be Missing if Engagement is Low – Benchmark Email was originally published on Blog – Benchmark Email

Richelo Killian
Richelo Killianhttps://www.inboxjam.com/
Richelo "Rich" Killian has over 30 years of experience in the information technology field, and more than 15 years of experience in email deliverability and marketing.
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