If You’ve Got A Date, You Can Automate

Automating emails can be a huge time-saver, not to mention provide more relevant messages to the recipients. In addition to the standard automated emails sent when people sign up for your list or after a transaction, you can use date-based emails to reach your audience at the right time with the right message without having to lift a finger. Let’s take a look at 3 date-based automated emails you can set up today: Membership Renewals If your organization has memberships, you should be automating your renewal emails. All you need to do … Read more

Don’t Forget To Filter Out Your Remote Work IP Addresses From Google Analytics

Thanks to fellow ArtsHacker Ceci Dadisman for putting a bug in my ear about reminding everyone who manages a Google Analytics (GA) account to add all of the remote and work from home IP addresses to your GA filters. Regular readers know how important it is to filter out your own visits from GA’s data (details), but the onset of remote working means you have a bunch of new IP Addresses to collect from colleagues scattered across one or more internet connections each. To keep thing manageable, you should only be concerned … Read more

Time To Say Goodbye…To People Who Never Open Your Emails

I’d be willing to bet that not everyone to which you send emails opens them. Am I right? If this is the case, you’ve probably got some people on your list who haven’t opened any of your emails for a year or more. If someone falls into that category, odds are it is either an inactive email address or they are simply not interested in what you have to say anymore. Most major email software will easily allow you to identify these people and segment them. After reading this post, I invite … Read more

Send this to a friend