Best of 2008: Engagement

December 30, 2008
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Yesterday’s post covered Innovative Techniques to help you plan your 2009 Campaigns; today’s discusses Engagement Strategies. We have quite a few posts in this vein – if you need help starting your program, consult our post from this past May, How to Launch an Email Program.

Maybe you need help tying things together a little more cohesively; we covered Combining Transactional & Promotional in July. We also discussed methods to get your custom


Yesterday’s post covered Innovative Techniques to help you plan your 2009 Campaigns; today’s discusses Engagement Strategies. We have quite a few posts in this vein – if you need help starting your program, consult our post from this past May, How to Launch an Email Program.

Maybe you need help tying things together a little more cohesively; we covered Combining Transactional & Promotional in July. We also discussed methods to get your customers to Visit, Purchase, Repeat in March and our Top 10 Reengagement Strategies in September.

Hopefully, we’ve engaged you enough to get you back tomorrow for more in our Best of 2008 review.
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