Tag: Email Marketing

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Moby Dick Blog Post

by Marstudio Inc.

Moby Dick House of Kabob is a local food chain that has introduced the DC, Maryland and Virginia areas to traditional Persian cuisine.

Constant Contact and Mailchimp

Constant Contact vs. Mailchimp: Which Email Marketing Platform is Right for You?

by Marstudio, Inc.

Despite the now bountiful ways to connect with your customer base, email marketing is still one of the most effective methods. Email marketing helps you build a base of customers, allowing you to engage with clients both old and new.[…]

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Trade Show Trade Secrets: The Sequel

by Marstudio Inc.

So, you read our Trade Show Trade Secrets and created a killer experience for visitors at your last trade show. You made a few deals, talked to some great prospects, and gathered a ton of contact info. Now what?[…]

Marstudio by the numbers 2015

Marstudio by the Numbers in 2015

by Marstudio Inc.

How do you measure a year? In infographics! As we look back over the past 12 months, the Marstudio team is proud of the number of awards we’ve won, surprised at the amount of swag we gave away at trade shows,[…]


How to Repurpose Content for Consistency and Efficiency

by Monika Jansen

by Monika J., Content Director

According to HubSpot’s State of Inbound Marketing report, marketers who have prioritized blogging are 13 times more likely to have a positive ROI. In other words, now – more than ever before – content is king.[…]


How to Write Emails that Get Opened and Read

by Marstudio, Inc.

Email inboxes are increasingly full – and cluttered. But we don’t have to tell you that. If you’re like most people, right now your inbox has a stack of emails just waiting to be read.

Your customers and clients are no different.[…]


How to Develop a Marketing Strategy that Fits Your Business

by Sam R.

Whether you are excited to put together your business’ first marketing strategy or are ready to update one that no longer seems to be working, it can feel like a Herculean task. Where do you start? What do you consider?[…]