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I called BS. At first.
Out of the blue, a subscriber wrote me and said…
“You’re the only email newsletter I read.”
While I was certainly flattered, I felt like I was in the very early stages of a relationship and a girl had just told me that I was…
It was seventy and sunny in West Hollywood and I was stuck inside at a Starbucks staring at a flashing cursor on a glowing screen, asking myself the same question I had been asking for the past four years…
I will be the first one to admit that email marketing for startups isn’t nearly as glamorous as coming up with a logo or launching a website. In fact, I’d say for most startups it’s at the bottom of their list of to-dos, tangled up in cobwebs and drowning in coffee stains.
Over the next year, businesses we know and love will shut their doors and never open back up again. And for me, as both a freelancer and entrepreneur who runs a small business himself, that’s a kick in the nuts.
With dozens and dozens of ways to communicate nowadays, questioning whether or not email has room left to run is by no means idiotic.
But, when you look at the statistics, you realize that email isn’t just alive… it’s thriving.