How can I reach out to an outdated email list?
I have a list of clients and potential clients that I haven't reached out to in several months. How can I re-engage these customers (via email)? Do you know any creative email marketing or customer engagement techniques that I could use? Thanks!
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I'm a fan of honesty and humor. You can start off by saying something like "Did you miss me?" and then go on to explain your absence. Or, you can write something like "I've been busy creating new programs for you and I'm thrilled to announce..." and then tell them of the new things you now have available. We are all human and fall short from time to time. My suggestion however, is that before you send out a note to your group, make sure you're ready to commit to starting it back up with planned frequency, consistency and intention, or you'll be in this same situation at some future point. You don't want to keep making excuses. A one time slip is certainly forgivable. And, if someone doesn't want to be kind, they'll unsubscribe. It won't be your loss, it will be theirs. Good luck!
I agree with everyone else and I really like Jaq's approach. Humor can generally break through many barriers. People are pretty forgiving too, we all have busy lives and I find that honesty works best. For those that drop off or complain, they probably weren't your ideal clients anyway. .
I am going through this now as well..I used 'our latest/greatest updates are..'
Is there anything new or news worthy that happened in the last few months? Would your clients be happy to give you an honest review of how your product/services helped them in the past months?
Ask the favor, can you rate us? Review us? Refer us? Help us with new product?
You have to tell them something new about you or your company.
If the thing is big enough you can use this as the reason for the lack of contact.
Just be honest, with a new email that is written professionally, offers an incentive for engagement, and is highly targeted.
Make a big exciting announcement that will make your recipients happy to hear from you, despite being forgotten about.
BE HONEST. If you tell the truth than people will trust you and accept you reaching out to them. Tell them you forget and lost the list or super busy. Whatever it was, just be honest and it'll be fine.