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If you read my articles, you know I don’t take sides in much of anything, I merely write content about the aspects of business, marketing, entrepreneurship etc. I do, however, use the internet as a research vehicle for my writing, … Continue reading
Sorry I have been gone for these past four months or more, but I have been on a quest to find my health, sanity and future. You see, I went on a journey to the most unlikely of places for … Continue reading
Stress-related disorders encompass a broad array of conditions, including psychological disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder) and other types of emotional strain (e.g., dissatisfaction, fatigue, tension, etc.), maladaptive behaviors (e.g., aggression, substance abuse), and cognitive impairment (e.g., concentration and memory problems). In turn, these conditions may lead to poor work performance or even injury. Job stress is also associated with various biological reactions that may lead ultimately to compromised health, such as cardiovascular disease, or in extreme cases death.
Think about it; does it make sense to run an email campaign? That depends. First of all, there is the creation, the scheduling and the tracking of the data received as a result of it. If you read my recent article on your first email marketing campaign, you already know how easy it can be. Now, more than ever, at least since the very early stages of the web and email, it can become extremely profitable.
• More than 6 Billion text messages are sent and received every month.
• Eighty-five percent are opened within 3 minutes, and a whopping 94% of them are opened and read within the first hour of receiving them.
• The consumer always has the option to opt-in or opt-out of your message delivery.
• Marketing in this way is Permission-Based. The Consumer is in Control.