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Email Marketing or SEO?


 
dataformarketers Hey guys, I know this is a rather broad topic, but a lot of people want to know...

And i know the answer already... I just want to see how other people look at it... Proper email marketing with optin, coreg, or survey leads is faster at making your site come up in the rankings... but are the rankings really what is important?

Or, at the end of the day... isn't it the total sales you've generated more important?

Just a thought for discussion. At data4marketers.com we supply all of the optin data that's going around, and our clients are steady: meaning they wouldn't keep doing it if there wasn't good value in what they're doing.. Yes, we do sell coreg data below industry rates, and there is value in doing so, but we also carry the largest selection of data available.

Now, if you can do SEO real good... how long does it take to get things started where you would be happy with the income you generate? 3 months? 6 months? A lot of companies can't wait for this kind of wait for a turn-around. Let me hear some optinions...

Often people ask how we are able to offer genuine optin data for so cheap.. A lot of times it will be the same database offered at a competing site for only 30% of the price... It's because we have a low overhead, low advertising budget, we're not greedy, and because of this we can pass along the savings to our clients.

Thanks,
J / James / Data4marketers.com
sales@data4marketers.com
www.data4marketers.com
AIM: Data4marketers
YIM: Coreg4marketers


Posted on: 9:20 pm on May 8, 2009
jaesonlewis The gang over at SEOmoz put a nice video together on using email marketing and SEO together to promote your web site. This video does a great job explaining how each plays a role in attracting visitors to your site and how to keep them coming back.

Posted on: 7:11 am on September 11, 2009
raizen01 For me I rather choose SEO in promoting products and site because it is really effective in driving traffic and if I continue use this until next year for sure I can get good ranking in search engine.

Posted on: 4:08 am on April 28, 2010
biotechie SEO is much better than email marketing, for you can use several techniques to promote your site

Posted on: 2:01 am on May 6, 2010
wockkelly Is this thing still works? coz i noticed that most of this end up on my spam folder.

Posted on: 8:00 am on October 2, 2010

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