Think Outside the Inbox: Email Marketing is the fourth of seven courses in the Google Digital Marketing & E-commerce Certificate. […]
Think Outside the Inbox: Email Marketing is the fourth of seven courses in the Google Digital Marketing & E-commerce Certificate. This course will explore how to execute a successful email marketing campaign. Email marketing is one of the oldest and most proven digital marketing channels, and it is an essential component of an overall digital marketing strategy. Email is a primary channel for many businesses in reaching existing customers, encouraging interaction with the business, driving purchases, and building loyalty. In this course, you’ll explore email marketing and cover topics like: creating an email marketing strategy, executing email campaigns, and measuring the results of those campaigns. You’ll also learn how to use mailing lists and utilize automation and workflows.
Google employees who currently work in the field will guide you, providing hands-on activities and examples that simulate common digital marketing and e-commerce tasks while showing you some of the best tools and resources used on the job.
Learners who complete the seven courses in this program will be equipped to apply for entry-level jobs in digital marketing and e-commerce. No previous experience is necessary.
By the end of this course, you will be able to do the following:
- Write effective preview text and subject lines using best practices
- Create email marketing automation and workflows
- Build and maintain email lists
- Write effective email copy
- Conduct contact management and list segmentation
- Employ best practices to handle personally identifiable information, or PII, and user data safely
- Measure and analyze email campaign results
- Flexible deadlines
- Reset deadlines in accordance to your schedule.
- Shareable Certificate
- Earn a Certificate upon completion
- 100% online
- Start instantly and learn at your own schedule.
- Beginner Level
- Approx. 26 hours to complete
- Subtitles: English
- You will explore what email marketing is, how it works, and why it’s useful. You’ll also learn the importance of email marketing to meet business goals. Then, you’ll use the PESTLE and SWOT frameworks to set SMART email marketing goals. To wrap up week 1, you’ll learn best practices in email marketing and how to apply them.
- You will examine the most common types of marketing emails. First, you’ll learn about emails that greet customers, like acquisition emails and welcome emails. Next, you’ll learn about emails that entice subscribers, such as newsletters and promotional emails. You’ll focus on emails that keep customers, known as retention emails. Then, you’ll explore how to craft catchy email copy, write sample subject lines, and create preview text for marketing emails.
- You will learn about useful tools for email marketing. You’ll determine how to create and segment email lists. You’ll also learn how to write effective emails that engage with customers. After that, you’ll explore email marketing tools like HubSpot and Mailchimp and learn how they work. Then, you’ll explore crisis management and how to correct mistakes in email marketing.
- You will learn about the key metrics in email marketing, such as open rate, click-through rate, unsubscribe rate, complaint rate, conversion rate, bounce rate, and more. You’ll examine how to measure, track, and analyze email campaign results. Then, you’ll learn how to effectively present email campaign results to stakeholders by creating an email marketing campaign report.
- You will create, manage, track, and complete a mock email marketing campaign. You’ll be given a fictional business to build the email campaign around, and you’ll employ all the strategies, tools, and tricks you’ve learned during this course to complete the campaign. First, you’ll set SMART goals for your campaign. Then, you’ll segment your email list and complete an email series. Finally, you’ll complete the campaign and end the course by analyzing the results of the campaign and presenting them to stakeholders.