Thank you for assembling a terrific list of useful tools. Now, I need the Consumer’s Report version, and/or the Men’s Journal version in which they recommend an item for a specific flavor of customer/use/sport, ie. Sunglasses – Best for Fishing, Best for Running, Best for Driving. As a “newbie” to the online marketing world, it is difficult/impossible, and mind-numbing to sift through all of the choices available as well as rationally judge which features will be most beneficial for each stage of business development and growth down the road. I could easily go broke test driving my way down this list and never get my business off the ground. All that said, thank you for the effort and the valuable results.
I won’t lie to you, it does take a fair amount of preparation and time to build your authority up to this point. But I guarantee you that if you start implementing the exact same tactics that I’ve listed here, you’ll immediately be able to increase your conversion rate and start building one of the most important resources you’ll need as an entrepreneur.
Use a reactivation campaign to gauge whether non-responsive subscribers are still reading (just not clicking through or tracking open rates), or if they’ve truly decided to opt out. An example from MarketingProfs is shown here. The language you choose can play a big role in how successful these campaigns are, so be sure to split-test a few versions to maximize response.
Why It Is Important: “We are a HubSpot Diamond Partner so we kind of live by HubSpot. Aside from that, it is hands down the most valuable tool we use. It stores pretty much every piece of data from our marketing and sales teams and provides insights on the most essential metrics alongside the tools needed to improve them. The most important thing HubSpot does for New Breed is host our website. Our website on the HubSpot COS allows us to generate highly qualified traffic and host our most important content. It’s our most valuable asset without a doubt.”
I would agree with that statement and here’s why you should too. According to research from the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) email returns $40 for every $1 spend on average. In addition, the same study found that email marketing has a buy rate 1000% higher than social media (such as Facebook and Twitter), and double that of organic search engine marketing (SEO).
What I Used Before This: “We used multiple tools before we switched to Samepage – Teamwork, Trello, Timefox, Basecamp, Mavenlink, Asana. All of these were missing a few elements that we wanted, which is why we kept switching. Sometimes it was because it didn’t have templates, sometimes it was because we wanted a calendar, sometimes it was because it didn’t allow repeating tasks, sometimes it was too complicated and sometimes it just wasn’t advanced enough.”
How to videos, tutorials or educational content are fantastic ways to engage with your target market and keep your customers happy. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on expensive equipment – simply shoot a tutorial on your phone and quickly edit and cut using a video marketing tool like Clipchamp Create. If you’re showing software or web content, you can screencast to record what happens on screen.
iii) List of questions in one email without the answers. Then, you can set up an Email Automation for those who click through your newsletter, to receive another email afterwards, with the answers to the challenges. (Because, on Moosend’s platform, email automation sequences only “cost” you one credit per subscriber, regardless of the emails in the sequence.)

By default, extract-key is applied to two list elements for every comparison, but if cache-keys? is true, then the extract-key function is used exactly once for each list item. Supply a true value for cache-keys? when extract-key is an expensive operation; for example, if file-or-directory-modify-seconds is used to extract a timestamp for every file in a list, then cache-keys? should be #t to minimize file-system calls, but if extract-key is car, then cache-keys? should be #f. As another example, providing extract-key as (lambda (x) (random)) and #t for cache-keys? effectively shuffles the list. 
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