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What you'll find in this email
This week, let's talk about how to use SMS marketing as a growth channel for revenue in your business.
I will show you the potential of SMS to level up your e-commerce business and how to set up an SMS marketing program step by step.
The conversion tip of the week covers a mistake that most eCommerce websites are making, one that can be fixed easily.
In the free download of the week, grab your copy of the June 2023 eCommerce marketing calendar and start your planning for Fathers' Day and other major marketing moments.
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This sales technique encourages customers to purchase additional products or services that complement their initial purchase.
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Growth Idea To Use Today
The Complete Guide to SMS Marketing
If you are not using SMS marketing as one of your omnichannel marketing strategies, you're leaving money on the table.
SMS marketing has become an incredibly powerful tool with a high conversion rate, and impressive click-through rates (CTRs), and is popular among millennials.
This week, I have recorded a 30-minute training that shows you how to get started with SMS marketing for long-term success.
It covers all types of messages, such as transactional, triggered, promotional, and interactive campaigns.
The Importance of an Omnichannel Approach
Marketers who use three or more channels in a campaign see a 287% higher purchase rate than those using a single channel.
Adding SMS with other channels is more likely to result in conversions and higher average order values.
Click on the button and Watch Full Training - Free for a week.
Conversion Idea of the Week
Use Buttons for Variants On Product Pages Instead of Drop Down Menus
Optimize Your Product Pages for Maximum Conversions
Use individual buttons for size variations instead of drop-downs and use dark vs light shades for stock availability.
This helps optimize the customer experience on the product page by limiting the number of steps needed to make a purchase.
If you want my team to perform a thorough CRO audit of your website, click the button below to request a free audit..
Weekly To Do List
Every week, I will share some tips & ideas that you can implement within a few hours each week, to optimize different parts of your business.
Review Mother's Day campaign performance
With Mother's Day just around the corner, take some time to review and optimize the performance of your promotional campaigns, analyze last year's data, and identify areas for improvement to maximize sales before the big day.
Plan your post-Mother's Day follow-up strategy
After Mother's Day, it's essential to have a follow-up strategy in place. Plan email campaigns to thank your customers, ask for reviews, and suggest relevant products for future purchases.
Evaluate inventory and supply chain
As summer approaches, take the time to evaluate your inventory and supply chain. Ensure that you have enough stock for high-demand products and adjust your orders if necessary.
Launch a customer referral program
Word-of-mouth marketing is incredibly powerful in the DTC space. This week, launch a customer referral program that rewards both the referrer and the referred with discounts, exclusive offers, or freebies.
Optimize your SEO strategy
Review your current SEO strategy, update your target keywords, and optimize your on-page content, metadata, and internal linking structure to improve your search engine rankings.
Plan a summer kick-off sale or promotion
Get your customers excited for the summer season by planning a kick-off sale or promotion.
Consider offering discounts on seasonal products, creating exclusive bundles, or running a limited-time offer.
Start designing promotional assets like email campaigns, social media content, and website banners.
If you want help, hire our team to get ahead of your planning.
Collaborate with influencers and content creators
Influencer marketing can be highly effective for DTC brands. This week, research and reach out to influencers and content creators in your niche.
Collaborate on promotional content, product reviews, or giveaways to increase your brand's reach and generate buzz.
Monitor and respond to customer reviews and feedback
Take some time this week to monitor and respond to customer reviews and feedback.
Show appreciation for positive reviews and address any concerns or issues raised in negative feedback.
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