Success at First Sight: How to Utilize a FetchRev Website Plugin

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Plug life. A large portion of our day-to-day work is dedicated to email marketing, from meticulously planning highly personalized special offers to crafting interest-piquing subject lines. Still, so much of the success of email as a distribution channel depends on your buyers’ level of engagement. Enabling the FetchRev web plugin is the ideal way to market to your customers when they … Read More

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On the Road with FetchRev: NEAAPA Conference in Springfield, MA

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Making it happen in Massachusetts from March 27th through 29th. After a wonderful weekend in the Windy City, we’re setting sail on the good ship FetchRev and rolling into the NEAAPA (New England Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) Educational Conference in Springfield, Massachusetts for three-days of rubbing shoulders and dropping our “r’s” on everything from roller coasters to generating repeat revenue. About the NEAAPA: … Read More

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Spring Cleaning for Email Marketing

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Without it feeling like a chore. You’ve purged the closet, straightened out the garage, and tidied up the trunk of your car. Now, in the spirit of sunnier spring days, it’s time to take a good, long look at your email marketing practices and undertake a bit of decluttering. We’re tasking you with three to-do’s that will increase your success … Read More

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On the Road with FetchRev: Roller Skating Association Conference in Williamsburg, VA

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We’re Keeping it Rolling.  In the spirit of rock and roll, the hits keep coming with a special appearance at The Roller Skating Association Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia on March 13th and 14th. Participating in such a prestigious event, and having the opportunity to rub shoulders alongside representatives of the most prominent skating centers of the northeast serves as a … Read More

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On the Road with FetchRev: One Week in Dallas

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Find us Deep in the Heart of Texas from March 12th-16th We’re on the road again, bringing small business marketing to the state where everything’s bigger—from ten gallon hats to 20-ounce steaks. Our itinerary is stacked for a week of Texas-sized adventure in Dallas, but it’s hardly “all work and no play.” From leadership training to laser tag, we’re always … Read More

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On the Road with FetchRev: IAAPA Leadership Conference in Anaheim

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Let’s Connect in California from March 8th to 10th. The bags are packed, the travel-sized toothpaste has been tucked away, and we’re all ready to touch down in sunny Southern California for the IAAPA Leadership Conference 2017 from March 8th through 10th. The FetchRev team is pleased to cordially invite all attendees to say hello to anyone in a FetchRev shirt for a … Read More

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Creating a Next Level Newsletter

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Read all about it.  Hosting an industry event, showcasing a seasonal sale, or even relocating the business to a brand new locale? A FetchRev newsletter campaign is your best bet for broadcasting your message loud and clear. This crowd-reaching class of campaign allows for the most customization and creativity, so it’s important keep abreast of best practices to ensure your content is clear, concise, and optimized. … Read More

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The Price is Right: 3 Guidelines for Discounting Your Next Campaign

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Let’s make a deal. Everyone loves a bargain. We scavenge the clearance racks at our favorite retailers, count the seconds down until a sample sale starts, and scour thousands of deal sites searching for the seller with the lowest price. It’s common knowledge that consumers are more likely to spend money when they’re also saving money, so how can you create … Read More

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3 Common Campaign Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

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Make no mistake about it. We’re only human. We’re destined to fail, to fall, to figure it out after we gone back to the drawing board and broken it all down only to begin again. We learn through our mistakes, we own them, understand them and leave them in the the past as references to where it went wrong before … Read More

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