We decided to go back to the basic building blocks of email marketing: newsletters and drip campaigns. This is a great introduction for beginners, and for more advanced types, a quick refresher with helpful pro-tips and food for thought.
Here’s what you’ll learn in the next 12 minutes:
- When you use newsletters versus drip emails — and what to expect.
- What to do if you don’t have anything new to share in a newsletter.
- One great tactic that both builds relationships and improves deliverability.
AMA: We cover the basics here, but newsletters and drip emails aren’t always simple. Ask your questions in the comment section below. Carl and I will answer them!
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