New album launch – online marketing circa of 250,000 opt-in’s. Click through rate=3%, ROI=40
This is what we can do. The proof is in the pudding.
We would love to work with you and at the end of this page you can see an example of the work we have created, coded and sent out on the behalf of some really cool customers.
Some of our clients are more than capable of creating these means to communicate and enticing the users interest in their products or services. This is a really good way to get satisfaction that you have created a master artwork. We advice sending daily, weekly or monthly based ones but you must eBlast one way or another. Look through our website where you will find some really interesting ways to capture data. If you would like a means to communicate with those interested in your services or products, creating an eBlast is a great way to accomplish your mission.
So here we go on how to create an eBlast
Things You’ll Need:
1.There are a few websites that will allow you to sign up for an email blast allowing you to create and do the send. A few good ones to look out for is Constant Contact, iContact and our favourite when we are not using our own tailored software is MailChimp .
2. Open the program and choose an eBlast template.
3.Enter the copy that you would like to electronically send to the readers of your eBlast. At Digital we would advice including information such as latest news, up-coming events and a questionnaire.
4. Insert the images into your eBlast to create stimulation visualization.
5. Save the eBlast design when finished.
6. Test a message by sending the eBlast to yourself ensuring that it looks the way you want it to, check before sending it to other individuals.
7. Import the list of all of email’s you want to send the eBlast to. Only send eBlast’s to individuals who have given you their permission and have actually opted in to recieve newsletters about your company or organization.
8.Click Send and off you go. Your eBlast is on its way. Before closing, make sure you schedule it to be sent for a future time and date.