We can all use some more easy, free ways to promote our businesses, right? emailing-brides

Well, don’t neglect one the simplest forms of promotion…your EMAIL.

Read 5 super easy tricks for turning an ordinary email into extraordinary marketing from Sharon Hill on the Become A Top Wedding Planner Blog in her blog post “Promote Your Wedding Planning Business When You Send Email” here.

Add these 5 little touches to each email and your communications will really pack a punch.  Because people DO read all the way down to the bottom sometimes, you know.

I’ll add a sixth tip…

Use a P.S.  

Most of the time, people skim an email.  But that little P.S. at the bottom gets a lot of attention.  If you’ve got a special offer or deadline with a call to action, add it to your P.S.  More people will read it and act on it.

Emails get forwarded and passed around.  Encourage a little sharing and you’ll be riding the free marketing train in no time.

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4 thoughts on “5 Easy Tips for Free Wedding Business Marketing With Email”

  1. [quote name=”Tony Santana”]Hi Stephanie & Jeff, Jeff talks about Sendpepper sending postcards, is that by email or by US mail?
    [/quote]

    Postcards are sent through US mail.

    You can also send the email equivalent of a “postcard,” a nicely designed HTML email.

    More details here: http://wiki.sendpepper.com/w/page/16309367/Print%20Schedule

  2. Tony Santana says:

    Hi Stephanie & Jeff, Jeff talks about Sendpepper sending postcards, is that by email or by US mail?

    Thanks

  3. Kate Lloyd says:

    Hi Steph and Jeff, I tried opting into text messaging in Constant Contact and found they don’t make it available outside the US. Do you know if SendPepper has global reach for this?
    I’m on the brink of switching but it will be painful I know!
    Thanks Kate

    1. [quote name=”Kate Lloyd”]Hi Steph and Jeff, I tried opting into text messaging in Constant Contact and found they don’t make it available outside the US. Do you know if SendPepper has global reach for this?[/quote]
      I haven’t used this feature myself, but it looks like you CAN send global text messages with Sendpepper/Office Autopilot. That’s because you actually have to sign up with an external SMS distributor and then you plug your info into the Sendpepper system.

      You can check out the details in the Wiki here: http://wiki.sendpepper.com/w/page/31111569/SMS%20in%20a%20sequence

      You can also call up a Sendpepper rep to get more info.

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