Even if you feel like you’ve outgrown your current provider’s capabilities, are unhappy with the level of support you’re receiving, or are looking for innovative features and technology integrations that you can use to connect more deeply with customers. Changing email marketing automation providers can seem daunting. Many things may worry you about switching providers, [...]
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Choosing an ESP (Email Service Provider) can be difficult. Very difficult if email marketing is new to you or your company. There are tons of questions to ask, tons of features to research, and then there’s just simply trying the product to see if it’s even enjoyable to use. For some there’s integration questions around [...]
The Selection Process If you dread having to go through the process of selecting an email marketing system then you are not alone. Whether you are only now jumping into email marketing or selecting a replacement for your current solution, I know you have no stomach to go through endless vendor demos, negotiate the price [...]
Customer relationship management (CRM) is a strategy for managing a company’s interactions with (potential) customers. It involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize business processes. The following departments usually make the biggest use of CRM software: sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support.
We all evaluate our Email Vendor on a day to day basis. While working with them we determine if we are happy with the service and email tooling. But we are not evaluating to actually pick a new email vendor. Most email marketers choose the partners who they feel comfortable with and stay with them [...]
A Request for Proposal in email marketing answers specific questions about how the vendor solution will meet needs and goals. It provides detailed information on requirements such as function & workflow, business goals, integration specs, etc to the vendors. These are often lengthy documents.