To me this is one of the biggest enigmas. Most often e-mails from different mailing lists get trashed. If not right after the first one is received then after a few weeks you will for sure figure out that you don’t have time to read all that and it will get trashed then. At least that is my case. Is there any strategy on how to keep someone’s attention for a longer period of time?
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Your question and statement are not even coherent. One does not match the
Social Media Consultant, Publisher, and Contrarian Curmudgeon
October 15th, 2016
Write quality content that is of interest to your list.
We are always "ASKING" them what they want. Over 60% of our list will respond when we ASK them questions
CFO & Chief Strategy Officer, Cofounder at ConquerX - MassChallenge Finalist | altMBA | Mentor @MIT Global Entrepreneurs
November 10th, 2016
Great content comes with a purpose, great content means relevant for your audience (content) and with a context (buyer journey), so always focus on mapping content to your buyer personas AND where they are in the buyer’s journey (context).