Understanding Email Marketing Workflow is critical to your success.
When it comes to using an email marketing service like TrafficWave, your workflow will consist of setting up a form you can use to add subscribers and setting up some emails to send out to those subscribers. While your ultimate goal is to generate sales for your business, your first goal needs to be building a list of interested prospects. This is why the first step in your email marketing work flow is to set up a way to get those leads.
You do have the option to simply copy and paste capture form code to your site or blog. Many people start that way. As business and processes grow, it becomes more and more necessary to integrate with scheduling systems, order tracking systems, and more to automate various tasks. It is incredibly easy to integrate your TrafficWave account with various sites and services. You can use a developer to sync with your TrafficWave account via API, or access any number of available apps through Zapier.
Man of our customers also decide they want to make more money showing small businesses how creating email marketing campaigns with TrafficWave can help them generate more leads and drive more sales for their business. The Affiliate plan is included to our customers at no additional charge. For more information, check out our Affiliate Page.
Once you have set up your capture forms and created your letters, your focus will want to be on driving traffic to your offers. Here is a great article that can help you understand the processes: Keeping TABS On Your Email Marketing
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