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An email marketing strategy lays the groundwork for an effective campaign. If your strategy improves, your sales are likely to experience a simultaneous spike.
Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs don’t give email marketing the attention it deserves. They send out sporadic announcements and other content, but they don’t track the results of their strategies or refine their techniques as their brands grow.
This is a very special Feature Rollup we’re sharing with you today…
We’ve been alluding to this moment for a while during our Ascender cycle, and we’re finally ready to lift the curtain. You can say we saved the best for last ;-)
Today’s update isn’t just a new shiny new feature addition, it’s an entirely new building block inside the Kajabi platform!
This week’s Kajabi Hero Michele Armstrong comes to us all the way from Edinburgh, Scotland. I had such a great time chatting with her and I know her story will inspire you as well!
Her passion is learning and helping others in the community to do the same.
Like so many others who use Kajabi, Michele started her career by meeting with people face-to-face and in real time. For two decades she taught others, met with them, and interacted with them as apart of her daily job.
Learning how to write a marketing plan can help you grow your business much faster than you would without it. It might sound tedious, but it helps you better understand how you can serve your customers.
There’s no definitive template for a marketing plan, but you need several key ingredients if you want it to inform your marketing strategy. We’ll explore those 10 essential ingredients as well as delve into the reasons you need to learn how to write a marketing plan.
What Is a Marketing Plan?
Membership sites have become increasingly popular over the last few years. After the bottom fell out of the advertising bubble, bloggers and other online influencers realized that, if they wanted to earn a decent income, they needed to charge for their knowledge.
There’s nothing wrong with that. You can choose whether you want to give away your talents and secrets or if you want to charge for them. A membership site allows you to do the latter.
You might remember that, back in May 2017, Medium launched its first paid membership program. Medium is a popular blogging site that allows anyone to sign up and contribute. Members, however, get access to gated content that people who don’t pay for membership never see.