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Webinar – What’s Working in Email Marketing? (Bob Bly)

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In our continuing series of Email Marketing Webinars, we are delighted to be joined by Intenet strategist and copyrighter, Bob Bly, to present 'What's Working in Email Marketing Today?'

Learn tips to help improve your email marketing results in this week's webinar.  Please join Pinpointe and our special guest Bob Bly, author of more than 75 books, including "The Copywriter's Handbook" and "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Direct Marketing" for a free, interactive webinar to help you improve your email marketing results.

In this interactive webinar, attendees will learn strategies to increase click-through rates, conversions and revenues from a noted industry expert.  Topics include:

  • The Agora Model for making money with email marketing.
  • 4 steps to writing strong email messages.
  • Where to place links in your email for best results.
  • 16 great creative ideas for your next email campaign.

The accompanying slides and Q and A summary are below… And hey, please Diggit, Fave or Tweet about it!

PS… If you missed our FIRST Webinar – you can find it here – 'Email Marketing 101 – Tips to Improve Email Response Rates.'

If you're interested in more advanced topics – check out Email Marketing 201 Webinar (aka "How a SPAM Firewall Works") where we take it up a notch and explain in detail, the end-to-end trials and tribulations of an email message as it flows from your outbox to (hopefully) the recipients inbox. This webinar is more technical and 'deeper' than our previous webinars.

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