We have used different email service providers, including aweber and mailchimp. I personally use GetResponse now (but mailchimp at the time of this chat). All good providers and very popular!
Templates help, but the key thing, as we discovered, is being able to send the email that caters to our audience, whether text, html, or whatever.
We have agreement that those Mailchimp templates rock! Also, Marisa brought out a good point that we need to ensure we are coming up with engaging content. We have our jobs cut out for us, eh?!
There is a consensus that we will get down and actually DO IT!
And, another consensus is that there is some that we need to learn. A continual learning process as we improve ourselevs.
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Now that we have looked at the concepts of growing our audience, what functional tools do we use to do that?
One of the biggies that comes to mind, when think tools for email marketing is list management. Tools like Aweber and Mailchimp.
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