As we move past the halfway point of 2018, you're probably also at least halfway through your marketing budget… how’s your ROI? Maximizing your ROI is the #1 goal of any marketer and knowing what tools are at your disposal is paramount. Here’s a quick break down of why email marketing can be one of the best tools in your kit: Email marketing is still dollar for dollar one of the best investments you can make with and average ROI of 3,800 percent. Email “Drip . . .

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As we move past the halfway point of 2018, you're probably also at least halfway through your marketing budget… how’s your ROI? Maximizing your ROI is the #1 goal of any marketer and knowing what tools are at your disposal is paramount. Here’s a quick break down of why email marketing can be one of the best tools in your kit:

Using email marketing effectively can be a huge boon to your bottom line. There’s a wealth of tips and information from which to choose about what best optimizes your marketing strategy, but the best results come from making sure your company’s successes are based on YOUR goals and strategy. In marketing, one size does not fit all.

Of course, you can’t start your email marketing efforts without a list. Do you have a list? Having a developed and curated marketing list is essential to converting audience into sales. If not, reach out to your PG advertising rep. to see how we can help get you a great head start.

Need some tips on what to do next? PG’s Marketing Lab is here to help with any and all of your marketing questions. We’d love to help you develop a strategy for increasing your conversion percentages online. You can sign up for a free, no-pressure consultation with PG’s Digital Strategist, Luke Viertel, using the calendar below.

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