Email Marketing Automation Book Shows How Businesses Make More Sales MA NY CT RI

The Email Marketing Advantage book shows businesses how to harness the little-known power of "revenue generation email marketing" and consistently bringing in additional sales every month using their existing email list along with the included email message templates. https://TheEMABook.com/?SC

Walpole, United States - June 12, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

June 12, 2019 – Walpole, MA. Author Ed McDonough, Founder and President of ECE Marketing Services and Developer of the Quantum Email Marketing Platform announced the release of The Email Marketing Advantage book.

The book outlines a unique 4-Step approach to help service businesses in MA, CT, RI and NY make additional sales, using email marketing automation, in as little as 3 weeks.

http://ubcnews.world/proprietary-email-platform-for-usa-based-businesses-to-improve-the-bottom-line/.

When asked what separates this from other styles of email marketing, author Ed McDonough said, “Most companies view email marketing only as a way to build branding and awareness. We add a third category to the mix, revenue generation.” He went on to say, “The system presented in the book takes marketing automation to a whole new level because it is only focused on bringing in more sales and helping business grow incrementally month after month.”

David P. Miles of Miles Internet Marketing, writer of the book’s foreword said: “In The Email Marketing Advantage Mr. McDonough has gone above and beyond to not only explain how and why email marketing is a champion of the business person but he has opened the vault to his secrets and shows how the everyday business owner can take his step by step advice and make it work for them.”

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The Email Marketing Advantage book takes the reader through the four stages of a successful email marketing campaign, the concept of using email sequences, and a simple step-by-step process to setup and deliver a winning email campaign the very first time.

In addition, the book covers some advanced strategies and shows how to uncover hidden revenue 95% of businesses are ignoring or are completely unaware of.

McDonough went on to say, “For anyone looking for the ‘secret sauce’ to this system, the book goes into List Segmentation in detail. This is the most overlooked and underutilized component of email marketing. Yet, it is one of the most significant parts to generating the maximum amount of revenue out of your email list.”

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Another facet of email marketing is the instant return on investment. Unlike social media or advertising, where people simply choose to follow you or like your page, the folks on your email list are there because they want to be. Which means, it’s much, much easier to extract additional sales form your email list than any form of social engagement or advertising. https://TheEMABook.com/InstantEmailMarketingROI.php?SC

Included with the book are copy-and-paste resources and a checklist which are available for download via the book’s website.

The Email Marketing Advantage book is available at: https://TheEMABook.com/?SC

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For further information about ECE Marketing Services, and author Ed McDonough, visit https://ECEMarketingServices.com

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Ed McDonough (LinkedIn):

https://www.linkedin.com/in/edmcdonough

ECE Marketing Services

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