Small Businesses Getting AWesome Results With Email Newsletters
Email marketing works. How much does it work ? How about a $40 return on every $1 you invest in your marketing?
But stats don’t always convince. What about real results? From real businesses?
These are the stories of 12 real businesses, non-profits and entrepreneurs who market with email newsletters. Don’t take our word for it. Read their success stories for yourself.
How Real-Life Businesses Succeed With Email
The Bee Folks started with a snail mail campaign that cost $500 and made about 3 sales. Their email newsletter now brings in thousands of dollars in sales a month!
Jackson Coffee Co. gets new business by word-of-mouth from monthly coupons. Email builds such great relationships with their customers that they’ve won Best Of Jackson 3 times – without actively soliciting votes.
Dreams For Kids raises awareness for their cause in a regular email newsletter. They also spread the word by tying their email campaign to all their social networks.
Super Duper Deli uses the power of mobile email to bring in a steady stream of lunch business – from busy attorneys to hard-working contractors and everyone in between.
Tim Brennan started out with just 3 email subscribers in 2011. A year later, his readership was up to 700 people, thanks to AWeber’s varied sign up options.
Tim Carter uses AWeber’s custom thank you page option to make more profits on his home improvement tips site – he brings in over $11,000 extra from upselling with his email signups.
Dustin Maher owns a gym and a fitness site – and he uses email to market to both his local and online audiences. AWeber’s subscriber tools help him target the right people with the right message.
Michael Stelzner relies on email to send out his latest tips from the blog and news on upcoming courses. He grew his readership by 234% in one year by emailing content his readers wanted.
The Wine School of Philadelphia’s Keith Wallace saves time with his email campaign. Instead of making phone calls, he relies on email to communicate information on upcoming classes.
Fork originally used Open Table to email patrons on their list. But they couldn’t send timely emails quickly enough or see stats on how their newsletter was performing. Moving their campaign to AWeber solved both problems.
SEER Interactive uses AWeber’s blog broadcasts to track what topics matter most to their audience. Thanks to AWeber’s easy blog-to-email setup, they’ve significantly increased their blog readership.
Nikki McGonigal, craft blogger and Etsy seller, uses AWeber’s pop up form tool to grow her email list. And her results are pretty impressive: she grew her signup rate by 1,375% by using a pop up form!
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