4 Keys to Profitable Email Marketing

According to the Direct Marketing Association, the estimated ROI for email marketing in 2008 is $45.65.

  • Would you like to launch an email marketing campaign, but are not sure how to start?

  • Do you have an email marketing campaign that's not bringing in clients?
Then this class, The 4 Keys to Profitable Email Marketing is for you!
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Why this course?

  • Experience - Your instructor has been teaching business owners how to successfully leverage email marketing since 2003.

  • Information based on research and results - The information in this class is based on research, as well as what has worked for our clients.

  • Specific Solutions - Since 2003, your instructor has taught hundreds of business professionals how to successfully email market. This course is not a list of ideas, rather, it contains specific solutions to the roadblocks most business owners face. In other words, you will come away with specific, practical solutions you can use to avoid common email marketing pitfalls.
The good news about email marketing:

Email marketing allows you to reach a wide audience for a fraction of the cost of direct mail. If you handle your own email marketing in-house, you can reach up to 10,000 prospects for as little as $50-75 per month. A direct mail campaign to the same number of prospects will cost you $1,900 to $2,400 for each mailout.

Ninety-one percent of the adult online community (over 61 million Americans) send or read email.

The not so good news about email marketing:

Effective email marketing takes skill.

Thanks to SPAM, email borne viruses and other nuisances, many of your prospects have built-in resistance to email marketing messages.

So, what types of emails will your prospects actually read and share with their contacts so you can multiply your marketing effectiveness?

Find out in this class.

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There are 4 essential elements for effective, profitable email marketing.

If your email marketing contains these 4 elements, your emails will lead to sales. This class will cover the four elements and offer specific examples and case studies of successful, profitable email marketing campaigns.

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This class is intended for a non-technical audience. If you can use a computer and surf the Internet, you will be able to follow along.

Formats & Pricing

Format Duration Price
Teleclass 1.5 hours $38 - $49
Workshop 1.5 hours $49

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Refund/Cancellation Policy

If instructor cancels class, students will be issued a full refund. If a student cancels registration, at lease one week prior to class, instructor will issue a refund less $20 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued if student cancels within a week of class; student will be issued a credit.

About your Instructor

JC Kiadii helps business professionals use technology to save time, lower costs and increase profits. She provides business technology workshops, customized software training, and Access database solutions. Jackie has taught programs for hundreds of business owners, the Small Business Development Center (GSU), Small Business Administration (Atlanta), Women's Economic Development Agency, Georgia Center for Nonprofits.


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