Posts Tagged ‘email’


There’s nothing more frustrating than spending time and energy on an email campaign only to earn a dismal and depressing open rate.

What’s the point in stealing time out of your busy schedule to send out carefully crafted emails when no one’s going to even read them?

That would be like me writing this article and then leaving it in my Google Drive folder never to be seen by another pair of eyes. What a waste of my impressive skill and creativity!

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but If no one is opening your emails there’s likely a reason (or 5) why.

This article will show you 5 reasons why your emails are not being read and how you can start your open rate on the upward climb.


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The 5 Real Reasons Nobody’s Opening your Emails – Advanced Lead Generation Marketing Blog.

[This post was written by Hugh Mcintyre and it originally appeared on the SonicBids Blog.]

These days, everybody’s email inboxes are fuller than ever, and people are becoming more and more selective about what newsletters they sign up for. If it doesn’t truly seem like something they want to read or provide some real value to them, most decide not to bother – which is a shame for any band with a well-done newsletter. Getting people to sign up for your newsletter (even if they identify as a fan) can be tricky, but it certainly isn’t impossible. Here are six tips that could help you.

6 ways to persuade people to sign up for your band’s email newsletter – DIY Musician Blog.

You’ve worked really hard to create something, and now it’s time to let the world know right?   Hit up this short article with templates to write great press releases no matter what you need!
Music Press Releases 101