How to Squeeze Revenue from Confirmation Emails

By Neil Patel

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Email is one of the best ways to communicate with your customers.

Sending confirmation emails can help establish a stronger relationship with your current clientele.

It keeps them in the loop.

They won’t have to second-guess whether their order went through or whether an action they completed was successful.

That’s why all companies need to utilize confirmation emails.

For starters, if you’re not sending confirmation messages, you need to start ASAP.

But for those of you who already use this communication strategy, here is the question: what does the content of your message say?

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What’s Actually Stunting Your Productivity (It’s Not Multitasking)

By Loryn Thompson

Lately, a common theme in productivity advice is bashing multitasking. “You suck at multitasking!” shrieks one headline. “Multitasking: the most dangerous productivity killer” hisses another. And they aren’t wrong. Studies have shown that trying to tackle different tasks simultaneously greatly reduces our cognitive abilities. But what if I told you there’s another type of multitasking
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Customer Acquisition Strategies That Won’t Break the Bank

By Neil Patel


Getting new customers isn’t always cheap.

That’s one of the reasons why I tell businesses to focus on customer retention.

With that said, it’s impossible to retain customers if you can’t get them through your doors or to your website in the first place.

If you’re a new company without an existing customer base, you’ll need to come up with some creative ways to acquire new ones.

The problem is new businesses typically have a limited marketing budget.

They need sales to generate money for promotional content, but they can’t get any sales without those promotions.

It’s a paradox.

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