Start Here: Welcome

Welcome! I created this mini-course because over the last several months, more and more of my website design clients have been asking me about how to start using email marketing effectively. They saw the huge benefits of having a professional website to share their story but are also sensing they need to enhance how they are reaching their people everyday. And they are right!

Email has been around since the early to mid-90s and although we’ve come a long way since that “you’ve got mail” time period, email remains one of the primary ways we communicate every single day.

Did you know?

  • 99% of us check email everyday

  • Emails reach most of the people they’re intended for (unlike many other tools we have available to use)

  • ROI of email marketing is 28.5% better than direct mail

But, it’s not all great news! 53% of consumers say they get too many irrelevant emails from brands. And, our email platforms make it easy to get rid of emails fast (swipe to delete, unsubscribe, report as spam, etc.)

This mini-course is short but it’s packed full of great content that should be useful to anyone who wants to use email to increase their outreach and impact! We’re going to cover the following five broad topics:

Understand how emails fit into your overall marketing strategy
Determine who should be on your email list
Carefully plan your email message
Identify the best time to send your email
Decide which metrics matter and measure them regularly

We’ll also talk about what's next in your email marketing journey, figure out where you need help, and then cheer everyone on for closing out a fun week of progress, not perfection! Know someone who might benefit from this course? Be sure to send them the link to sign up: oneninedesign.net/mini


Every day, you’ll see the comment box back on the course homepage so be sure to leave your comments there! I’ll try to respond each day and answer any questions you might have. I’m looking forward to hanging out with you! Lesson one begins January 14th so I’ll see you soon!

—Andrea