Developing an email platform is an excellent way to maintain regular correspondence with your customers. Emails can keep a lead engaged and up-to-date as they move through your sales funnel. More importantly, emails can keep you in contact with your current customer base. Whether you want to send a monthly newsletter, promote a product, offer a sale/discount, or develop a fully targeted campaign, an email platform can help build long-lasting business relationships.
Email Platform Development
We work with several different email platforms, including HubSpot, Mailchimp, ConstantContact, GetResponse, and more! Our team sorts through your existing emails and uses unique, objective-oriented strategies to form cohesive lists that can actually convert leads into potential customers. Let us help you reach your goals!
List Building & Targeted Campaigns
Targeted email campaigns can help build customer relationships, instead of just sending out generic emails to a huge list of “leads”.
DOM segments your lists based on specific needs or interests in order to solve their problems and educate them on topics that provide real value! Our goal is to send visually appealing and informative emails to people who are interested in what you do. We ensure emails are professional, engaging, and personalized so the recipient will want to know more about your company. Ultimately, this is the best way to convert leads into paying customers.
Funnel Development & Integration
At DOM, we believe incorporating an email marketing platform into your sales funnel can be a vital step to success. In the digital age, you have to ask yourself what makes your company different from all the other companies with websites, social media profiles, and good content. When you have an email marketing platform in place, you can address that question by reaching out directly to leads and illustrating what you can do for them. Additionally, with a good email marketing strategy within your funnel, you can provide your lead with a personalized experience that can nurture them from thinking “who cares?” to “how can I get started?”