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How Email and Brussels Sprouts Can Make You a Better Marketer

Profile photo of Ann Submitted by Ann January 20, 2014 Website: blog.crazyegg.com

Tom Ruwitch is an Internet marketing pro who runs MarketVolt, a St Louis company that specializes in email marketing.

Before starting MarketVolt, Tom helped plan and market the first online versions of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He also co-founded SportsHuddle.com, an internet startup that transformed how newspapers publish and market amateur sports statistics online and offline.

More than that, Tom is a great friend and one of the savviest marketers and businessmen I know. In this interview we talk about why email marketing is still such a powerful tool, and he shares some great strategies on how to make the most of it.


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    The Brussels Sprouts email marketing theory is revealing and I agree many marketers should learn from it.

    Marketing is all about understanding what the customer wants. This should be done before sending out those emails to customers.

    A better marketer is one who readily apply email marketing based on the preference of the marketer.
    Interesting takes from Tom Ruwitch!
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