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COURSE MATERIALS SMConnect eBook: Email Marketing for beginners HTML and PDF-format 162 pages 50 sample questions Knowledge required to pass test
As the most powerful strategy for marketers in terms of ROI, email marketing is certainly an aspect of online marketing you need to explore, regardless if you are blogging to support your business, you have an e-commerce website or an affiliate blog. Still, it is important to understand that email marketing needs to be considered as a part of online marketing and it can benefit from different segments, from content marketing in particular
The course will show you the basics of email marketing and what starting with email marketing really involves. You will then need to understand the types of emails and when they are used.
As the course continues, you will learn about the importance of a good mailing list. You will also learn what a good mailing list is, how to create one, how to update it and use segmentation to target your audience even better.
The next section analyzes email design and how each element can contribute to email campaign performance. Optimization of these elements, as well as the techniques for improving the performance, are all the aspects you should explore to ensure you get the best out of email marketing. Another segment that contributes to this success is email deliverability. You will learn what email deliverability is and how you can improve it with a series of tactics and optimization methods.
Analysis of email marketing campaigns provides a glimpse into what works for you and what does not. You will start by focusing on the relevant email marketing metrics, such as conversion rate, click-through rate, bounce rate, etc. Then you get to analyze each email element individually in the process of A/B testing. Hence, the chapter about A/B email campaign testing, with suggestions on how to run a test to get reliable results about your campaigns.
Lead nurturing as a strategy to strengthen your relationship with subscribers and use communication to build loyal following is the next topic you will discover in this course. You will learn what lead nurturing is and about helpful lead nurturing tactics. Stages of sales funnel are also mentioned in this section of the course.
Conversions occupy a very significant place in the email marketing performance, which is why this section of the course will help you understand the power of conversions and conversion tracking used to increase the number of conversions. Internet marketing tools can be helpful with this task, as well as with many other tasks related to email campaign management and monitoring.
Automation has found its application in email marketing as a powerful way to optimize email campaigns and reach subscribers at the particular moment. Using triggers helps with leveraging the power of email marketing automation, as well as having a consistent strategy, so explore this chapter to find out more about how email marketing automation can improve your efforts.
In the final chapter, the focus will be on mobile experience, and how email marketing needs to be optimized to provide seamless user experience to mobile users.
The introduction of this course is devoted to the development of content from the start of the internet to its role in digital marketing today. The relevant industry statistics illustrate the importance of content in business, content types used and how content is distributed.
In this section, the essential concepts of content marketing are analyzed. It starts with the definition of content and its characteristics. It goes on to define content marketing and how this section relates to other parts of online marketing. Starting out with content marketing and things to consider when thinking about content creation are also included in this chapter.
Detailed analysis of content types, when they are used and how effective they are, represent the first section of this chapter. Since written content is often used as a type of online content, different types of blog posts with definitions and distinctive features highlighted for each of them.
Before you start creating content, you need to have in mind that content creation is a process that starts with setting up goals and ends with publishing the content and making it available to the online users. These and in-between stages are all part of this chapter.
The best way to increase visibility of your content and make sure it reaches online users is through content optimization. Hence, you need to learn about SEO and the basic concept of content optimization. Practices that can harm this process are also included as something to be aware of.
In this chapter, you will learn what content management is and about the phases of content management. You will also find out about content management systems, most commonly used CMSs and basics functionalities of CMSs that will be used when making content available to the online users.
As the way of delivering content to the online users, content distribution is an essential part of content marketing. This chapter is focused on different content distribution channels and how each of them can be used to promote your content online. Different content distribution strategies such as content syndication and repurposing content are also part of this segment of the course.
Relevant metrics tell a lot about your content, which is why it is essential to include monitoring and evaluation in content marketing. Here, you will learn about the most important metrics to analyze performance and conversions, as well as how to monitor those metrics.
Understanding what content marketing is and all the things that influence content creation and distribution enable you to get the idea on how to develop your content marketing strategy. It starts with determining goals, choosing the type of content and defining your target group, and continues with details about content creation and planning content distribution. All of these aspects should be included in your strategy to help you organize your activity and analyze the performance of such a strategy.
Marketers face a series of challenges when implementing content marketing strategy. The most common ones are included in this chapter, along with ideas on how to prevent them from jeopardizing your content performance.
Analyzing content marketing as a part of online marketing and creating a strategy that integrates well with all other segments of online promotion ensures you maximize the efficiency of your approach. This chapter will show you how content marketing is connected and conditioned by other parts of online marketing and why you need to explore those as well. The ending section of this chapter is about benefits of content marketing.
It has been increasingly discussed how influencer marketing is changing the ways of online promotion. The importance of influencer marketing will be even more important in the upcoming years, so understanding what it is and how you can leverage this approach is certainly something you need to include when exploring content marketing.
A lot of tasks and activities can be simplified with the use of right tools. Your goal is to explore the list of recommended tools and find those that make your job on day-to-day basis easier. The list of tools in this chapter includes content creation tools, content optimization, content management, influence marketing tools and content distribution tools.
This glossary includes the definitions of the terminology used in the course that might require additional clarification.
The goal of this questionnaire is to help revision of the materials covered in the course. It consists of 50 multiple-choice questions related to the key aspects of the course chapters.
Conclusion represents a brief summary of what has been covered in the course alongside with further development and how content will remain an important element of online marketing in the future.
The pass score is 90%. There are 50 multiple choice questions in each exam. In order to get certified you need to answer correct on 45 out of 50 questions. Time limit: 30 minutes. The difficulty level of this course is: Beginners level.
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