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If you’ve experienced the true power of Facebook Messenger Marketing and came from a past in Email Marketing, you may never want to turn back. 80% average open rates (Bots) vs. 20% average open rates (Emails) almost speak for themselves.
I’m with you, bots - in particular ManyChat-built Facebook Messenger Bots - are amazing and you should be implementing them more to dynamically personalize your customers’ journey. If you’ve already begun implementing bots, are you making it a top priority to collect your audience’s email addresses early on?
If you’re not, then you’re effectively putting all of your eggs in one marketing-channel basket - one that has no formal backup.
I wrote a previous article about the importance of cover letters directed towards freelancers and those applying for positions on Upwork.
However, I believe its equally important to cover the importance of cover letters from the perspective of an employer/hiring party as well.
When you’re an entrepreneur, you almost always start off being a solopreneur until you start to grow and either take on some contractors, employees, or outsource to keep growing.
Having started that way myself, and having seen some patterns with other entrepreneurs I’ve worked with, I know that there are quite a few things that you’d wished you’d outsourced sooner rather than later.
In this post, I’m going to go over the importance and significance of cover letters when applying to jobs on Upwork. Not only about having them, but in general what sort of effort you should be putting into them.
I speak from having both freelancer and employer experience on Upwork and will break it down for you.
Back at the end of 2018 Facebook had launched the ability to bring Messenger into Facebook Groups. And in a Facebook pull-the-rug-out-from-right-under-you kind of way, this feature was shut down officially as of August 22, 2019.