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4 Ways to Strengthen Your Email Marketing Efforts

Posted by Greg Cawood on June 9, 2017 at 8:00 AM

Businesses have been sending each other emails for so long that it’s become second nature.

“I’ll shoot you an email.”

“Let me dash off an email, and I’ll be right there.”

But there’s an art to writing a good email, especially if that message is part of your marketing strategy. When done right, email marketing can help you cultivate your audience and share great content. Let’s look at a few uncomplicated ways you can strengthen your email marketing efforts.

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Email Marketing for the New Year

Posted by Greg Cawood on January 2, 2014 at 3:26 PM

Email marketing, if done properly, can be a very focused and effective marketing tool for the New Year. While many brands have recently put more focus on search engine optimization and social media marketing, email marketing remains one of the most powerful yet overlooked items in the internet marketing toolbox.

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Beware of E-mails about Domain Name Disputes

Posted by Greg Cawood on October 27, 2010 at 11:17 AM

We have recently become aware of an influx of spam e-mails pertaining to domain names going around to registered domain owners. The e-mail’s content refers to your registered domain name(s) and internet branding as being registered by another company in all extensions relating to .cn, .tw, .hk, .org, .info, .asia, .net and more. The disputing company is usually from an Asian country (typically China) and will give you a short amount of time to settle the dispute.

The main goal of these scammers is to get you to register domain names with them at ridiculously expensive prices. They randomly search for a domain name's owner and will send an email message introducing themselves as a reputable domain name company. The scammer will claim that some company has submitted a request to register a few domain names bearing a keyword in your domain name. In order to “protect” your trademark, they will offer a chance to win back the requested domain names within the stipulated time frame before they approve the registration from said company. To make the message look genuine, it is often ended with the person's name, designation, company name, contact numbers, website address and email address in their signature. An important note is to pay attention to the grammar and punctuation of the email. Sometimes you can detect the fraudulence right away through misspellings and/or outdated phrases.

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Setting up your phone for e-mail

Posted by Greg Cawood on February 17, 2010 at 5:08 AM

There are a wide range of mobile devices (iPhone's, Blackberry's PDA's, etc.) that allow you to not only make phone calls, but now offer an email client as well to check your email remotely. While all of the options these new phones offer provide more ways for us to stay in touch, configuring them can be a bit of a task. As your website and email hosting provider, we do support standard PC/Mac e-mail clients. However, due to the vast differences from phone to phone, and liability issues with phone providers, we are unable to offer full configuration support.

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Email Quota Messages

Posted by Greg Cawood on December 18, 2009 at 11:11 AM

In the midst of the holiday season we all tend to collect quite a bit of e-mail in our inboxes, whether it is vacation notice e-mails, email notices of upcoming sales, keeping in touch with everyone and last minute shopping. The usual email traffic this time of year can nearly double. With all of this email piling up we want to take a moment to answer a few of the questions you may have about email quota messages.

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