For this post, I wondered if any studies had been done on personality types and tech tools. I’m not a psychologist, but I do know tech tools, so I started a little digging around and would love your feedback.
If you read no further, start making sure the first two words of your email subject line communicate your main message. If possible, even stick to a two-word subject line. Subject lines with a three or more word have an open rate of 15%!
Do you need a social media dashboard? By connecting a dashboard to your social sites, you’ll broadcast your re-tweets, messages, updates, and more, out to cyberspace from one platform and even from multiple devices. The most popular dashboards are Hootsuite and Buffer.
Keep your email subject line short; it may be truncated by your reader’s mobile device. And other email subject line tips.
Unfortunately, you can’t really just do one process for all modes of sending your newsletter; you’ll need to be willing to create several versions, which will take time. (Part two of two parts.)
A little background knowledge of why I suggest you do things a certain way will help make more sense of my answers for managing MailChimp, prayer letters, and PDF attachments. (Part one of two parts.)
If you don’t want spam, never post your email address on the Internet (or in your MailChimp emails). Why You Shouldn’t Post Your Email Address Spammers use computer software to search for […]
I’ve been making some changes in how I use some of my technology tools, hoping to help increase productivity by working smarter, not necessarily harder.