Get quick tips and strategies to use in your marketing this year
If you're new around here, you may not know that Emma hosts a ton of webinars focused on the latest and greatest in digital marketing. Or, even if you've known us for a while, we get most marketers are strapped for time and that it's hard to set aside an hour for professional development.
That's why we've started recapping our webinars in these quick, 3-minute videos. You'll get the highlights in the amount of time it would take you to read a couple of mindless Buzzfeed listicles, and trust us – this while be much more worthy of your time.
To start, these three videos will catch you up on what you missed in December. And if you find yourself with a free hour any time soon, be sure to check out our Webinars Hub. It hosts full recordings of all of our webinars, so you never have to miss a thing.
With 64% of marketers lacking the time and resources they need, it’s only natural some best practices might slip through the cracks when it comes to your email marketing. Join Emma Senior Content Writer Jeff Slutz as he helps you find the gaps in your email strategy so you can quickly get more ROI from your efforts.
Email may not have changed much over the years, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still one of the most valuable tools in a marketer’s kit. And with 43% of consumers preferring to hear weekly from companies, there’s even more reason to revisit your email strategy.
We see A LOT of email here at Emma, and these are hands down some of the best of 2017. Join Senior Content Writer Jeff Slutz as he breaks down our favorite email campaigns of the year and shares predictions on the strategies successful marketers will be using in 2018 and beyond.
For future reference, you can find all of our webinar recaps here. We hope you enjoy, and stay on the lookout for more webinars from Emma in 2018!
About the Author
McKenzie Gregory is the content marketing manager on Emma’s marketing team. A Nashville native, she can be found covering all things email on the Emma blog, debating hyphenation rules, and watching obscene amounts of Netflix without a trace of shame.Follow on Twitter More Content by McKenzie Gregory