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The 2009 Major League Baseball season is upon us and each team is going to face many obstacles and challenges over the next six months in order to reach the postseason.
Some teams win with hitting, some with pitching and some are lucky enough to have both. Over the course of a season, players get injured, hitters go cold and pitchers all of a sudden can't throw one over the plate.
Depending on how a team deals with these hurdles can determine if they are successful or not in the end.
Achieving success on the baseball diamond is not any different than in business.
If you are an email marketer for example, one of your greatest challenges is figuring out how to add new subscribers while retaining your present subscribers and keeping them active.
More so than any other part of your email marketing practices, you must review and optimize how you capture addresses to allow for easy additions and changes.
With the global economy in a downswing, many email marketers are going to see subscriber lists decline through no fault of their own.
This is when you have to start thinking like a crafty bench boss who just found out his best hitter sprained his ankle.
You can't rely on an email home run to save the day all the time, so the following tactics should help you retain more subscribers:
By adding any of these helpful tactics to your email marketing efforts, you should be ready to take the field and compete at a high level.
If you want to read more useful tips and what best practices to follow, remember to visit SimplyCast's articles and resources page.
on Apr 09, 2009
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