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Marketing Do's and Don'ts For The New Year | with Campaign Monitor*


I can't even cope with how quickly this year is flying by. It's almost Christmas, and then - of course, we have the imminent arrival of 2019 and a whole new year of opportunities, challenges and things to come to look forward to. It's exciting... yet somewhat scary at the same time. 

Today's post is more of a practical one; a [hopefully] dead useful lil resource for bloggers, small business owners & online marketers alike - something which'll be proper handy when planning marketing campaigns & strategies for the New Year

I firmly believe in sharing knowledge, useful resources & tips that'll help others [whether you're a blogger, retailer, business owner or just keen to learn] - so today's feature focusses on Campaign Monitor. These guys are a leading provider of email marketing services; used widely in small & large businesses, schools, churches and other organisations.

We've teamed up today to impart some of their words of wisdom; this particular information being especially useful to those of us who use email marketing to engage with our audience[s]. Relevant AF.

10 Email Marketing Do’s and Don’ts by Campaign Monitor

Campaign Monitor have shared this ded useful infographic on the top ten Do's & Don'ts we should be following in making email marketing effective [and not just plain spammy] - which I thought would be useful for you guys to see, too.

As someone who's just started their own business [eek, it's early days but I'm hopeful for 2019!] little resources like this - and, indeed, the wealth of knowledge & services available on the Campaign Monitor website, are invaluable. I'm really enjoying learning more about this stuff and educating myself every single day. So I hope that this handy infographic gives you guys the same feels.


10 Email Marketing Do’s and Don’ts - Infographic by Campaign Monitor

There's some definite food for thought there - explained in easy-to-understand, non-jargon fuelled terms which I am all about. Are there any pointers in Campaign Monitor's infographic you follow - or perhaps hadn't considered until now?

What would your number one tip for those looking to start email marketing campaigns be - or if you're new to this and looking to start it yourself, what would your number one question be for Campaign Monitor? Share your thoughts in the comments box below; let's get some discussion going & help each other grow in 2019 xox
*This post is in collaboration with Campaign Monitor, but any opinions expressed are my own 

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