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Follow Up – How Many Times Should You Contact a Lead

Leah Kaiz Fellows - Lead Gypsy Email Marketing, Lead Management, Training and Consulting

Follow Up. The other day in one of the professional groups I  belong to on Facebook I saw someone lamenting the fact that prospects were not returning his emails. He asked, “How long do you follow up before you just feel like you are being a pain?” I was astounded by the answers given by these professional social media people. …

Is Your Inbox Getting You Down?

Leah Kaiz Fellows - Lead Gypsy Email Marketing

Last week I was on a mission. I wanted to clear my personal inbox of all the useless crap, spam, and subscriptions I get on a daily basis. Do you have this problem where you can walk away from your email for a day or two and when you open it back up your eyes cross with the 272 emails …

Email Marketing Tips: Don’t Use Email Marketing Badly

Leah Kaiz Fellows - Lead Gypsy Email Marketing

I try to keep only relevant email coming into my work inbox. Work is too hectic to be deleting another LivingSocial or west elm blast out of my work email every 5 seconds. (Don’t get me wrong I drool over their deals and furniture all the time when I have a weak moment) My personal email can build up to …

When it Comes to Email Communications: Stop-Breathe-Think-Act

Leah Kaiz Fellows - Lead Gypsy Email Marketing

Okay everyone, deep breath. I’ve seen a lot of miss communications via email lately, not just in my business, but others seem to be having the same problems as well when we compare notes. This happens in a fast paced, stress filled environment both on personal and on professional levels. There’s a good reason for this. Black and white typed …

Successful Email Marketing: Permisson Is The Key

Leah Kaiz Fellows - Lead Gypsy Email Marketing

Scraping emails off facebook, linkedin, or business cards for your newsletter is not cool. This is why email marketing gets a bad name. First off the key to correct and effective email marketing is to have a permission based list. Translation: a list of people who want to get your emails. Just because someone hands you a business card at …