• New Feature, Easily Schedule Your Social and Email Posts with SnapRetail

New Feature: Smart Calendar, Scheduling Your Social and Email Posts is Easier Than Ever!

By |January 25th, 2017|Blog, Email Marketing, Product Announcements, Social Media|

If you ask any of our small businesses about their most loved SnapRetail feature, the survey is always pretty clean: the planning calendar. Why? You can easily get a comprehensive view of your marketing plan: emails, social posts, website updates, and events. But, even the […]

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How to Make Coupons More Effective

By |January 11th, 2017|Blog, Email Marketing, Marketing, Retail Insight, Valued Partners|

A guest blog post from our friend, Jessica Thiefels Many retailers agree that coupons are an effective way to bring people into their stores. But some merchants see coupons as a nuisance that only serve as a hassle for lowering profitability. […]

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50 Powerful Holiday Subject Lines for Small Business

By |October 26th, 2016|Blog, Email Marketing|

As a small business, you want to stand out against big-box competitors in your customer’s inbox. Your email subject lines entice your customers to open your emails or ignore them. With SnapRetail’s 5 tips and 50 catchy, must-open subject […]

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Clean Up Your Email Marketing this Spring with Our Checklist!

By |April 14th, 2016|Blog, Email Marketing|

Email Marketing is constantly changing. The days of sending out the same email to a list several years old are gone. Email marketing needs to be targeted to attract savvy customers and lists need to be cleaned to keep them relevant and updated. Read below […]

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4 Mistakes Most Businesses Make When Selling their Products through Email Marketing

By |March 21st, 2016|Blog, E-Commerce, Email Marketing, Valued Partners|

A guest blog by Kate Barrett from Shine a Light Media

Do you want to increase your sales?

If the answer to that question is a big fat “YES” (which I’m hoping it is!), email marketing is […]

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Understanding Pinterest Analytics: What to Measure

By |February 17th, 2016|Blog, How to, Marketing, Social Media|

Analytics: The dreaded word that brings up thoughts of numbers, equations, and all that you hated about high school math. While this is still true for a bulk of the cases (kidding!), understanding the impact your business has on social media is a major necessity in […]

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How to Use Emojis in Subject Lines

By |January 8th, 2016|Blog, Email Marketing, How to, Marketing|

Emojis – those little symbols appearing in text messages everywhere. However, start to imagine emojis in email subject lines too! In the mess of numbers, letters, email address and more, an emoji can break through the monotony and say, “Here I am! Open me first!”

A recent case […]

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5 Marketing Resolutions for 2016

By |January 6th, 2016|Blog, Marketing|

Some resolutions are harder to keep than others. While we can’t help you lose those last 10 pounds or make you a morning person, we can take your marketing to the next level for the new year. Here are five resolutions you need […]

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How to Use Coupons in Email and Your Store to Grow Business

By |December 15th, 2015|Blog, How to, Marketing, Retail Insight|

Coupons, discounts, and deals, oh my! While providing coupons during the holiday season might seem cliché, there comes a time when coupons are expected by your customers. According to The Social Habit, 70% of email readers open emails from a […]

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How to Collect and Build Your Email List

By |November 11th, 2015|Blog, How to, Marketing|

Computer with notebook saying How to Collect Email List An email list is your biggest secret weapon to reaching your customers effectively. Think about it – what if social media dissolved tomorrow? You’d have no way of contacting your […]