GDPR (also known as EU General Data Protection Regulation) is considered one of the most important changes to data privacy regulation in the last 20 years and it comes into practice on 25 May 2018. That means we haven’t got long to get our acts together. So, today we are going to cover everything you need to know about your existing email subscribers and how to be GDPR compliant.
In order to make your existing email subscriber database GDPR compliant you need to complete A Permission Passing Campaign.
This article is written and provided by Freddie Tubbs. Freddie Tubbs is an email marketing professional at Australian Help. He is writing Academized study blog and is a guest writer at the Atlantic and Bigassignments blog. We’re thrilled to share his email marketing advice for photography business. Thank you for sharing your insights and knowledge with us!
Running a photography business is hard work. On top of being a photographer, you’re also a website operator, a manager, an accountant, a customer service advisor, a social media manager and, of course, a marketer.
If you’re trying to get your business out there in front of the masses to secure sales, you may have heard of email marketing, but how often do you use it to promote your business and connect with your customers?
Today, we’re going to explore seven key ways you can use email marketing to your advantage, helping you to promote your photography business effortlessly.
We thought you might like a brand audit series roundup, just in case you missed anything. So here it is! (Just click the image).
You may think that email marketing isn’t important enough to have its own part in the audit, but it in fact, has several facets that need to be addressed. Since the audit’s aim is to help you focus on your current situation and how you can improve and streamline it, we wanted to focus on programs you could use in email marketing, emails you could be sending to clients, how to set up a schedule that works for you as well as the next steps to take.