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Canada Day 2014: Time to Proceed from Email Advertising and Marketing

By: Vicgraper45 | Total views: 126 | Word Count: 641 | Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2014 - 10:05 PM

This July first in Canada was not simply a holiday but also the beginning of a new anti-spam regulation. Now messages should be e-mailed simply to consenting people and firms. Will this change the quantity of spam Canadians receive? Most likely not for a number of factors: 1) Unless the recipient reports the upsetting spam it will certainly proceed to be sent out. 2) The quantity of spam is huge and impossible for any sort of country to manage 3) Most significantly - email is now "old technology" with social media in various forms taking over and instant messages being faster than e-mail anyhow. Email has already been replaced. I personally have more youthful loved ones that hardly ever check their email.
In a current write-up written by Leah Eichler entitled,"E-mail has had it day. It's time to move on", she concurs with this viewpoint that email is now out of style and not as helpful. Here is part of her write-up.
"E-mail can be described as the 'grandfather' of workplace productivity tools, but today, most of us experience a love-hate relationship with it. I can’t stop checking my e-mail accounts but then I take so much delight in deleting incoming messages that I often purge my inbox of important e-mails.There are 108.7 billion e-mails sent and received a day, according to Radicati, a technology market research firm, and the majority of traffic comes from business accounts. They also report that the number of worldwide e-mail users is expected to grow from over 2.5 billion in 2014 to over 2.8 billion in 2018.The average employee spends 40 per cent of his or her time dealing with internal e-mails that have little to no impact on their business. Think about that next time you scroll through your inbox, feeling harassed because you have too much to do in too little time. The productivity losses are nothing short of astronomical."
So what is replacing email? For those of us with smart phones (and also some "dumb" phones), instant messages are the way - faster and not so verbose. No quotations, no lengthy paragraphs with worthless information. Nonetheless, not everyone embraces mobile devices.
Enter social media. There are an amazing variety of forms and types, all that have actually shown up in the last 10 years. If Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LikedIn, Google+, Pinterest and StumbleUpon were not nearly enough, there is Delicious, Digg, MySpace, Bebo, Mister-Wong, Reddit, Wanelo, Orkut, Xing, Buffer, Evernote, Pinboard, VK, Springboard, Buffer, Flipboard, AIM, Yahoo Messenger, Arto, Plurk, Deaspora, Blogger Post, TypePad Post, Box.net, Kindle It, Baidu, Netlog, CiteULike, Jumptags, Netvouz, Diigo, Bib Sonomy Blog, Marks, StartAid, Khabbr, Memeame and Yoolink. Do you think this is a great deal of websites? Believe it or not, this is simply half the listing. I got tired of keying in every one of them.
You could ponder who in fact makes use of all of these websites. I can see some words from other languages besides English. Are they targeted towards particular demographic groups? I do not think anybody knows, yet I'm sure some smart online marketing expert will certainly design an app, widget or plugin that will certainly let us to know. One benefit of using Facebook for marketers is the ability to target quite carefully to people who could purchase. An additional good under-used marketing media is Google+ as it is linked into the numerous other forms of Google, including YouTube now.
Interestingly enough, among the suggestions in Ms. Eichler's write-up is that we return to using post cards, sent to former consumers. I guess the purpose here is that past consumers are much more apt to buy again. Nonetheless with the Canadian postal prices what they are (twice as high as the United States), it appears doubtful that postcards or letters will be the next big viral craze.

About the Author

Victoria Graper writes for Internet on the Go, a company that provides information and products related to cell phone accessories at http://net-on-the-go.com To view the source of the quote in this article: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/careers/career-advice/life-at-work/e-mail-has-had-its-day-its-time-to-move-on/article19462196/

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