Email Marketing. Maximise sales email opportunities.
Learn Email Marketing the smart way with Email Marketing courses at CCE, the University of Sydney.
This email marketing campaigns course will help you design, develop, send and track your email marketing campaign the easy way. In this workshop, we will explore ways and ideas for effectively building email marketing campaigns using both freely available tools and commercial applications to send newsletters to your customer base; manage your subscriber lists and track performance to get maximum exposure.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
- identify the different types of email marketing techniques
- plan, design, test and send email campaigns
- integrate email campaign service providers apps to other platforms such as blogs and CMS websites.
Introduction to email marketing
- Do’s and don’ts in email marketing
- Software platforms for delivery of SMS (hosted solutions)
- FTP, web server and Outlook
- Designing a template
- Creating signup pages
- HTML vs plain text
- Creating lists and target audiences (segmentation)
- Writing styles (text is king)
- Image optimisation and rich media
- Product launches
- Specials and ecommerce
- SMS campaigns
- Lists and permissions
- Privacy issues
- Linking with ecommerce
- Linking with Blogs
- Linking with CMS
Exploring browser extensions and Apps
- Google Chrome extensions
- Mozilla Firefox extensions
- Apple apps (iPhone, iPad)
Social media integration
Delivery of this one-day workshop includes a blended learning approach where students use their own devices to follow along with class activities.
Before the course
You are expected to have access to an email account via a web browser (such as Gmail, Hotmail, Bigpond and others). If you would like to use your own content on the day to build your first email campaign, please bring along some images of your products and some text that you can use.
Bring your own device
You are required to bring your own device (Windows or Mac). You should ensure your device is fully charged as access to power is limited. Please note that University does not carry any responsibility for your lost, stolen, or damaged devices whilst on the University premises.