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Harpenden, Herts, United Kingdom, 2010/05/04 - Web company, Net Commerce Solutions, announces a new Article series, on Email Marketing. This is part of their continuing policy of providing added-value articles to enable clients, and site owners to increase their returns from their web presence.
Web management company, Net Commerce Solutions, is well known for the extensive information it provides to clients and non clients through the Article section of its site, the free information sheets it provides, and its regular series of Newsletters including those archived on its site.
They have recently published the first in what will be a series of four articles on Email Marketing. The initial email article outlined seven steps to using email marketing effectively including, email campaign planning, email design, content impact, campaign timing, and results monitoring.
The focus of future articles will include detailed email campaign evaluation and assessment techniques, and the legal and ethical aspects of email marketing.
The legal area is particularly relevant, as there are significant legal pitfalls, which can trigger legal actions against email originators, and lead to them being blacklisted from the web.
“We have extensive experience of handling email marketing campaigns, for clients within a wide range of consumer and commercial sectors” says Managing Director, David Abernethy “We think this extensive series will encourage site owners to use email marketing more widely, whilst avoiding the many pitfalls.”
By way of background, NCS are UK web designers, professional marketing and web site promotion services specialists, with substantial business and marketing experience in UK and international markets.
Based in Hertfordshire, near London, their approach to their clients takes a tailored, practical approach to the internet to achieve real results - without a massive investment in time or money. They always provide a free initial consultation on client’s web design or internet marketing plans to help give the project a sound start.