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Planning Your Email Marketing for 2020?
If you’re ready to rock it in 2020 and have your best year ever, I’m giving you allllll my secrets when it comes to how I plan out my launches, my emails and my income for the upcoming year.
A curated-style newsletter is a weekly digest or magazine-style email newsletter that covers a range of topics. What makes curated-style newsletters different than other email newsletters is that there isn’t one specific CTA (or call to action).
Have you ever wondered if you can resend emails? Or a whole bunch of other questions when it comes to email marketing and running a business… Grab your coffee and get cozy because I’m spilling the beans on all of your burning questions.
If you’re going to make Money on Black Friday, start planning for it now. Get your notebook out because this is one is chock-full of money-making strategies for this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales frenzy. If you’re going to make money on Black Friday, you’re going to need to create hype around your Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales so your people will be virtually begging you to send them the buy button.
Not just for Black Friday, you can use these strategies any time you want to make a sale, launch a new product or promote your existing products.
The EU passed the GDPR legislation in 2016 and most of the blogging community completely ignored it until 2018 when it went into effect. The mass freak out mode (including myself) was a real thing.
Here we are a year and a half later and we are still trying to navigate the ins and outs on these (seemingly) complicated rules when it comes to GDPR compliance. Fortunately, the Inbox Besties community has licensed and practicing attorney and GDPR guru Mariam Tsaturyan in our corner to help us get (or stay) compliant.