12 Email Marketing Tips For The Tech Savvy Farmer

 Top 12 Email Marketing Tips for the tech savvy farmer

Email marketing tips for farmers can be hard to come by.

Enter: Tractorview!

Here are the Top 12 email marketing tips that I would recommend using for your future correspondences:

 

Email marketing tips for farmers can be hard to come by.

Enter: Tractorview!

Here are the Top 12 email marketing tips that I would recommend using for your future correspondences:

1. Create an email marketing campaign. One of the best email marketing tips for tech-savvy farmers is to create a viable email marketing campaign. Rather than just send out occasional newsletters, undertaking a sustained email marketing campaign is the best to way keep in touch with clients and expand your business.

2. Now when the right time is to make an offer. Try to conduct research into what the best time is to make sales and contact people. By getting in touch with people at the right time, the chances of being successful increase dramatically.

3. Use double opt-ins. Double opt-ins are vital in protecting against spam and protecting the integrity of your email marketing campaign. Be sure to always use them effectively.

4. Set expectations. Make a point to be upfront with potential subscribers about how often you will email them and with what material. Not doing so upfront or blatantly lying can be seen as a breach of trust and will hurt you and your campaign in the long run.

5. Get permission first. Be sure to get permission before emailing subscribers.

6. Brand yourself and your farm. Include your farm’s name and any other specifics to identify yourself. Doing so will help subscribers known you better and help set you apart from others.

7. Look professional and consistent. Use a professional color scheme with all of you emails.

8. Keep mobile users in mind. Smartphones are the new normal for computer users. Keep them in mind when sizing and sending emails to clients.

9. Make emails easy to read and clear. Try to avoid suing images or anything else too distracting.

10. Set the right tone with the right front and style. Make a point to use a professional font and style consistently when sending out emails to subscribers.

11. Personalize emails. Try to include more than just the subscriber’s name in your emails.

12. Reinforce expectations. Explain the basis and purpose of your emails upfront and inform users what they can expect in the future.

If this isn't enough tips, I may have a few more up my sleeve.  Stay tuned...