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Maximum ROI Achieved Through Email

Northbrook, IL — Tried and true, email marketing is still the most effective way to reach consumers, according to recent statistics reported by Litmus.com. The report explores the various methods brands use to reach consumers, measuring which practices resulted in the most click-throughs and the best ROI. The differences were staggering.

The top three marketing methods which resulted in consumers clicking through came via email, banner ads, and rich-media banners. Email marketing dominates the competition with a 5% click-through rate, a staggering 525% increase over its next highest competitor, banner ads which had a click-through rate of only 0.8%. On a similar vein, email marketing also has the highest conversion rates per session compared to search: 4.15% to 2.64%, an increase of 57.2%.

When businesses choose the most effective avenues through which to market their products, the most immediate indicator of value lies in the ROI. Once again, email marketing remains on top with an average return of $40 for every $1 spent. Keyword ads, in comparison, only have an ROI of $17 for every $1 spent and banner ads are only at $2 for every $1 spent. With email marketing’s ROI at a whopping 135% higher than its next closest competitor, it’s clear that email distribution is still one of the most profitable ways to build up a business.

Email Marketing Powerfully Drives Traffic, Sales

Northbrook, IL — When measuring the most effective methods for generating traffic and sales, a recent study, conducted by Forrester and reported by dotMailer, reveals that direct engagement with the consumer through email marketing has proven to be the most successful way to produce results.

The study followed 77,000 consumer orders in April 2012 in an effort to measure the digital tactics which resulted in the highest amount of sales and generated the most traffic. They found that the two most important factors were search and email marketing. The study showed that 30% of purchases began directly through an email marketing campaign, emphasizing the importance of engaging directly with the consumer.

While repeat customers rely more heavily on email marketing for future transactions, search is vital for bringing in new customers. In fact, 39% of transactions from new customers resulted directly from both paid and organic search. Social media, on the other hand, only resulted in about 1% of transactions.

We all know that multiple touch points are important. 33% of new customers and 48% of repeat customers visit multiple touch points before purchasing — and email has usually been a key influencing factor.

 

Prime Publishing LLC and Michaels Team Up to Giveaway Thousands in Prizes

Northbrook, IL — Crafting is a tradition that has been passed on from generation to generation. While the world continues to industrialize and technology improves and grows rapidly, this unplugged pastime has prevailed. To celebrate the staying power of this wonderful hobby, The Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) has designated March as National Craft Month, and FaveCrafts.com and its sister sites could not be more excited. Luckily for you, their love of crafting has led to the opportunity for you to win thousands of dollars in prizes.

According to CHA, more than half of the households in America participate in crafting, which is why this medium of expression has finally been dedicated its own month. National Craft Month began in 1994 and has never seen an event of this magnitude. Every March for the past 19 years, craft stores have offered classes, discounts, tips, tricks, and more to crafters and those interested in trying out the artsy hobby.

To celebrate National Craft Month, each day in March, Michaels and Prime Publishing LLC will be teaming up to give away an outrageous, crafty prize that you will not want to miss. There will be prizes courtesy of Swarovski, Plaid, Oliso, Fiskars, Lion Brand, and many, many more. Additionally, a brand-new, exclusive craft tutorial will be posted every day during the month, and compiled into a free, downloadable eBook. Each day these exclusive projects and your chance to enter for that day’s prize will be featured on FaveCraftsblog.com.

Thirty-one crafty days of prizes means thirty-one opportunities to win one of the amazing prizes up for grabs. It does not stop there, though. A grand prize of $1000 to Michaels for a shopping spree will be awarded to one lucky winner on the 31st; be sure to enter for that as well.
Keep your eyes open for opportunities to win outstanding prizes continuously through the month of March on FaveCraftsblog.com.

Contact:

Jaclyn Holtzman, Editor
FaveCrafts.com
Prime Publishing LLC
847-205-9375

About FaveCrafts.com:

FaveCrafts.com is an exciting resource for all things craft – from expert tips to project ideas for every style and skill level. We also publish Quick & Crafty, a free e-mail newsletter, publish crafting eBooks and create crafting related product promotions, contests and giveaways.

About Prime Publishing LLC:

Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. Today, they are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in niche areas such as crafting and cooking. A full list of web properties, free newsletters and free eBooks can be found at www.primenewsletters.com.

Avoid Over-Spending With Simple Flower Craft Tutorials for Spring

Northbrook, IL —  It has been estimated that Americans spent around $32.1 billion on retail flowers and related goods in 2011.  According to ResearchAmerica.org, this amount of money is enough to fund the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for nearly seven years.  It has been predicted that this high-level spending is due mainly to expenses from Mother’s Day, wedding receptions, and other holidays. It can be assumed that the billion dollar American flower industry will only continue to grow, leaving one to wonder; how can Americans avoid over-spending?

In order to avoid spending an overwhelming amount of money on flowers each year, Americans must find a reasonable alternative to purchasing fresh flowers for every occasion. One of the most rational solutions is to make fabric flowers or flowers from paper. This handmade alternative will help save hundreds of dollars on celebrations and home decor, and because these flowers are reusable, you will not need to replace them again and again. Instead of buying fresh flowers for home decor, to decorate a wedding reception, or to make mom happy, try making your own flowers crafts.

Creating your own flowers from paper or fabric is a favorable option to help maintain a budget for every holiday; especially with the latest free eBook, 10 Free Flower Tutorials: How to Make Fabric Flowers, Flowers from Paper, and More, from AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com. This free eBook includes 10 different flower crafts, pretty enough to replace fresh flowers in the home all together. Leave flowers for your garden, and spend less when you decorate. It is the most reasonable way to avoid over-spending on decorations that will only last a few days. The editors of AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com have collected the easiest, thriftiest, and most entertaining paper flower and fabric flower crafts in this free eBook. Plus, you won’t see your money wasted when your expensive fresh flowers die.

From fabric flowers to flowers from paper, the collection in 10 Free Flower Tutorials: How to Make Fabric Flowers, Flowers from Paper, and More will help save you money on holidays, celebrations, and other events that require floral decor.

To download a free copy of the Free Flower Tutorials eBook, simply visit: http://www.allfreeholidaycrafts.com/Spring-Crafts/10-Free-Flower-Tutorials-How-to-Make-Fabric-Flowers-Flowers-from-Paper-and-More-eBook.

For additional information on DIY home decor, projects or this free Flower Crafts eBook, please contact AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com editor Jennifer Bendix.

Contact:
Jennifer Bendix
Editor
AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com
AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com is a property of Prime Publishing LLC
jbendix@primecp.com

About AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com:
AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com is a website dedicated to the best free Holiday crafts, tutorials, tips and articles on holidays including Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, the Fourth of July and more. AllFreeHolidayCrafts finds and delivers the best holiday crafts from all over the web, from holiday decor to holiday clothing and accessories. Find hundreds of DIY holiday gifts, kids’ holiday crafts, holiday card ideas and more at AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com.

About Prime Publishing:
Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. Today, we are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in niche areas such as crafting and cooking. To learn more, visit www.primenewsletters.com.

Mosey up to Cowboy Trend with New RecipeLion eCookbook

Northbrook, IL — Cowboys are having a moment in the sun right now. From cowboy boots on the fashion runways to new cowboy films coming soon to a theater near you, it seems everything “western” in on trend at the moment. Cooking is no exception, as cowboy cuisine has been seeing an increase in popularity lately. In a December 2012 survey conducted by RecipeLion.com, cowboy recipes were listed as one of the top three food trends that most interested visitors to the site.

The popularity of cowboy culture is most evident when looking at the recent movies to come out of Hollywood. In just the past few years, there have been a slew of Western-inspired flicks including Cowboys & Aliens (2011), Rango (2011), Dawn Rider (2012), Django Unchained (2012) and the upcoming Disney-produced version of The Lone Ranger (out July 2013).

Noticing this increased interest in all things cowboy, the editors of RecipeLion.com have created a brand new recipe collection of Western inspired dishes. In Classic Cowboy Recipes: 27 Authentic Western Recipes (available for free download), anyone can learn how to cook like a cowboy. From Western appetizer recipes to sweet country-style dessert recipes and everything in between, the dishes in this cowboy recipe collection will take home cooks on a culinary tour of the Wild West and introduce them to new and exciting cowboy-inspired meal ideas. Inside this 42-page eCookbook, find easy recipes for delicious dishes including Montana Cowboy Stew, Cowboy Chicken Pizza, Southwestern Wagonwheel Pasta, Beef Nacho Casserole, Western Butter Biscuits, Cowpoke Pudding and more.

Download the free eCookbook here:

http://www.recipelion.com/Editors-Picks/Classic-Cowboy-Recipes-Authentic-Western-Recipes-eCookbook

For additional information about cowboy recipes or RecipeLion’s free eCookbook, please contact RecipeLion.com editor, Rachel Bernstein.

Contact:
Rachel Bernstein, Editor
RecipeLion.com
rbernstein@primecp.com

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About RecipeLion.com and Prime Publishing LLC:

RecipeLion.com is a cooking and recipe community Website featuring over 40,000 free recipes for every occasion and level of cooking skill. We also publish Quick & Easy Recipes, a free e-mail newsletter and publish free eBooks (cookbooks) featuring recipes, helpful cooking tips and menu ideas.

Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. The company created its first web site in 1996. Today, we are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in the areas of crafting, home décor , wellness, diet, and cooking.

 

 

Recent Survey Reveals Jewelry Making Trends

Northbrook, IL —  AllFreeJewelryMaking.com, a free tutorial resource for beading and creating DIY jewelry, recently conducted a survey of the jewelry crafters who subscribe to Bling Buzz, AllFreeJewelryMaking.com’s free e-mail newsletter. The goal was to reveal the trends, habits, and common interests within the online jewelry-making community.

The survey showed that for the members of this particular community, jewelry making is an important part of their lifestyle. More than 60 percent of the sample reported that they pursue jewelry making activities and hobbies daily to a few times per week. The study also demonstrated that the Internet plays a significant role in their pursuit of this hobby. The vast majority of readers reported that they primarily receive inspiration for their jewelry projects from Web sites and other online sources.

Of the 3,138 respondents to AllFreeJewelryMaking’s survey, the majority were female jewelry crafters aged 50 and older who considered themselves to be of a beginner to intermediate skill level. They most often make jewelry for themselves, family, and friends and are most likely to make necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.

In addition to connecting with AllFreeJewelryMaking via newsletters, respondents reported that they also enjoy interacting via Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube.

Key findings of the survey include:

>Preferred jewelry making techniques:

51.3% – stringing
39.9% – bead weaving / stitching
31.5% – wire work
23.6% – crochet / knitting

>Preferred jewelry making materials:

17.3% – new, store-bought materials
8.4% – recycled materials
77.7% – a little of both

>Primary inspiration for jewelry projects:

75.1% – Web sites and craft blogs
44.2% – magazines
44% – I design them myself
38.8% – craft books

>Most important factor in selecting a jewelry project:

68.3% – materials required
37.5% – difficulty level
24.3% – time it takes to complete

Finally, readers were asked for their opinions on the Bling Buzz newsletter and whether anything could be improved. Here is what a few readers had to say about the AllFreeJewelryMaking newsletter, Bling Buzz:

“I love your format, and I really enjoy your videos. I am a visual person, so the videos really help me to understand the directions. I wouldn’t change anything.”

“I love the AllFreeJewelryMaking website. It is very inspirational and helpful, especially the video tutorials. Plus, there are so many neat projects.”

“I am very happy with the newsletter as it is. I enjoy the articles and the touch of humor in them, and I really have learned a lot of different jewelry making techniques and ideas since I started getting the newsletter. Thank you!”

Contact:
Kelly Spence, Editor
AllFreeJewelryMaking.com is a website property of
Prime Publishing LLC
847-205-9375

About AllFreeJewelryMaking.com:

AllFreeJewelryMaking.com is an exciting resource for all things jewelry making—from expert tips to project ideas—for every style and skill level. We also publish Bling Buzz, a free e-mail newsletter, and jewelry making and beading eBooks, and we create jewelry- and bead-related product promotions, contests and giveaways.

Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. Today, it is an Internet Media Company that operates Web site communities and e-mail newsletters in niche areas such as crafting and cooking. A full list of Web properties, free newsletters and free eBooks can be found at www.primecp.com.

Recent Survey Shows Popular Crafting Trends

Northbrook, IL —  A recent survey conducted by FaveCrafts.com revealed the interests and habits of crafters who subscribe to Quick and Crafty, FaveCrafts’s free daily email newsletter. The goal was to gain a better understanding of what inspires our online readers, what types of crafts they’re interested in, how they interact on social media, and just how much crafting really means to them.

Out of the 12,728 individuals who participated in this survey, the vast majority were females over the age of 60 years.  While many did not consider themselves to be a “professional” in the crafting industry, those who did were proud of their talents!  Of those who considered themselves professionals in the industry, about 37% admitted to crafting for profit, while about 10% said they teach crafting presently or have taught crafting in the past.

Since FaveCrafts is home to several types of crafting projects and mediums, we wanted to get a better understanding of what our readers enjoy doing and what they’re looking for when they come to our site.  About 3,000 people (23.8%) of the 12,728 surveyed said that they crochet on a daily basis.  Other popular projects included sewing (15%), knitting (11.5%), and quilting (10.5%).

We also wanted to get a better idea of the skill level of our readers.  When asked if they identify themselves as a beginning, intermediate, or advanced crafter.  About 56% of those surveyed considered themselves intermediate crafters, followed by advanced at 27.6%, and beginning at 11.2%.

Readers were also asked, “What is one craft supply you can’t live without?”.  About half the participants (46.5%) said yarn, followed by fabric at 27.7% and paper at 14.6%.  When asked what types of projects they enjoy making with their favorite craft product, an overwhelming amount of people said they enjoy crochet projects and making various crafts for friends and family.  Afghans, scarves, and hats were among the most popular choices, as were albums, cards, and clothing.

Of course, sometimes crafting can be a real pain.  We all know it can be expensive and time consuming, and our readers agree.  About 11% of participants said that the thing they hate most about crafting is not having the time to start and finish projects.  But that doesn’t stop them from trying!  A mediocre 4% said that the thing they hate most about crafting is the cost of materials…so even if they’re strapped for time, most crafters will still keep their supply well stocked with the best products they can find.

Aside from connecting with FaveCrafts through newsletters, respondents said they also enjoy interacting through a multitude of platforms including Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube. They are most active on social media in the evening and morning hours.

 

Key findings of the survey include:

What Holiday Do You Craft For:

  • 94.8%–Christmas
  • 45%–Valentine’s Day
  • 41%–Easter
  • 38%–Halloween
  • 33%–Thanksgiving
  • 31%–Mother’s Day
  • 22%–4th of July
  • 20%–St. Patrick’s Day
  • 18%–Father’s Day
  • 9%–New Year’s Eve
  • 3%–Hanukkah
  • 2%–Passover
  • 1%–Kwanzaa

 

Social Media Use:

  • 36%–Active in the evenings
  • 21%–Active in the mornings
  • 11%–Active midday/afternoon

 

Time Spent Per Project:

  • 33%–1-5 hours
  • 25%–a week
  • 20%–more than a week
  • 18%–a day

 

Finally, the survey also asked readers what they would like to see changed in the Quick and Crafty newsletters, both in format and in content. Here is what a few readers had to say about the FaveCrafts newsletter, Quick and Crafty:

“Just wanted to say thank you again for all the wonderful patterns and ideas!”

“Thank you for all the wonderful crafting ideas!”

“This survey was very helpful and nice to put your opinion to a new letter that is published by your company.”

“Just wish I could stay at home and spend days crafting now and then, but then because I work I have extra money to buy my toys!”

“Keep the newsletters coming. I appreciate that you have free instructions. I am retired and watch my budget.”

“I have a great respect for all you offer and I have directed many friends to your sight and they love it too!”

“I enjoy the newsletter. It gives me great ideas. I enjoy reading late in the evening to unwind and think of tomorrow’s fun!”

“Keep the great site going. I work in child care and get great craft ideas from the site. Thanks!”

 

Contact:
Melissa Conner, Editor
FaveCrafts.com
Prime Publishing
847-205-9375

 

About FaveCrafts.com and Prime Publishing:

Welcome to FaveCrafts.com where we have 1000’s of free craft projects, home decor ideas and DIY tips.  We add new projects and tips every day.  Some of our readers’ favorites include Christmas Crafts, Free Knitting Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns and Crafting with Kids.  You will find step-by-step instructions, videos and patterns to make it quick and easy. FaveCrafts is your source of projects for families, group leaders, educators, kids and adults. We also welcome reader submissions.

We understand the joy of crafting for the holidays, so we have projects to celebrate every holiday including Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Halloween, and Thanksgiving.  And we feature Christmas Crafts every day of the year!

Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. Today, they are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in niche areas such as crafting and cooking. A full list of web properties, free newsletters and free eBooks can be found at www.primecp.com.

Knitting May Reduce Memory Loss

Northbrook, IL — Looking for ways to reduce memory loss as you get older?  A study, reported by BBC News, reveals that middle-aged people who participated in certain hobbies, including reading, playing games, knitting, and patchworking, had a 40% reduced risk for memory loss.

According to Sarah Day, the head of public health for the Alzheimer’s Society, “One million people will develop dementia in the next 10 years so there is a desperate need to find ways to prevent dementia.” Crafting, in particular, is an exercise that prevents cognitive passivity, encouraging people to think both creatively and analytically to assemble a well-structured, yet visually interesting, project.

On the other hand, a passive activity, such as watching TV, may actually increase one’s chances for memory loss. The study found that those watching less than seven hours of TV per day were about 50% less likely to suffer memory loss.

Not only has knitting been found to be beneficial for reducing memory loss, but it also helps reduce anxiety and lowers blood pressure, according to an article published by Canadian Living. Researchers at the University of Oxford asked subjects suffering from an eating disorder to report on their anxiety levels after knitting. 74% claimed that knitting had a calming effect on their psychological states of mind and lessened the intensity of their fears.

While further research is ongoing, if you’ve been looking for a reason to get into crafting, this might just be the push you needed.

Make Your Own Decorations This Spring with Free Kids’ Crafts for Easter eBook

Northbrook, IL — Easter has forever been an important and exciting holiday, and notables overseas are helping to make it even more far-reaching. Famous artists are teaming up this spring to raise money for the Jack and Jill Foundation in Dublin, Ireland.  For 40 days and 40 nights, Ireland’s capitol will participate in an Easter egg hunt and art display that will culminate in an auction expected to raise more than $335,000.

Each artist has dedicated hours to designing an Easter egg, which will be hidden around the city patiently awaiting egg hunters’ observant eyes. One such donator says he spent over three months perfecting his contribution. These pieces will be auctioned off at the end of the 40 day egg hunt to help support the children that the foundation aids.

If these Easter decorations are a bit out of your price range, AllFreeKidsCrafts.com has another option for celebrating Easter in a joyous way. The site has collected 13 of the best, homemade, kids’ crafts for Easter and packaged them nicely in an easy-to-read, free eBook. The eBook, Kids Crafts for Easter: How to Decorate Easter Eggs, Easter Egg Hunt Projects, and more Easter Activities for Kids, will help to make this Easter one to remember. As you save money with these delightful crafts, perhaps you will get that purse you always wanted or donate a few dollars to charity. No matter what you decide to do with your extra cash, you will certainly be happy to have it.

Kids Crafts for Easter: How to Decorate Easter Eggs, Easter Egg Hunt Projects, and more Easter Activities for Kids is a free eBook filled with crafts that will make anyone smile. Included in this holiday handbook, you will find tutorials that teach you how to decorate Easter eggs in an even more exciting way than you have been. The best part is that even though your decorations will be brought up several notches, your wallet will not feel any lighter.

Download a free copy of Kids Crafts for Easter: How to Decorate Easter Eggs, Easter Egg Hunt Projects, and more Easter Activities for Kids.

For additional information on kids’ crafts or this free  kids’ crafts for Easter eBook, please contact AllFreeKidsCrafts.com editor Jaclyn Holtzman.

Contact:
Jaclyn Holtzman
Editor
AllFreeKidsCrafts.com
AllFreeKidsCrafts.com is a property of Prime Publishing LLC

About AllFreeKidsCrafts.com:
AllFreeKidsCrafts.com is pleased to welcome kids of every age to our collection of the most exciting kids’ craft ideas from all over the web. For young minds, arts and crafts develop creativity, so AllFreeKidsCrafts is here to inspire their imaginations with activities and crafts for kids of every age. From nature crafts to make in your own back yard, to edible kids crafts in the kitchen, to crafts for kids who dream of adventure, we feature all sorts of kids crafts from the web’s most innovative parents and craft designers.

About Prime Publishing:
Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. Today, we are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in niche areas such as crafting and cooking. To learn more, visit www.primenewsletters.com.

Kids Can Save Hundreds and Earth’s Resources by Crafting

Northbrook, IL – According to a study done by the Environmental Protection Agency, each year the average family of four produces more than three tons of waste. To reduce the amount of waste your family produces, reusing, reducing, and recycling are recommended.

This waste is not just a number; it has dire consequences.  Non-renewable natural resources are used to create the products which people carelessly throw away after one use. Plastics, which are mostly made from petroleum, make up 12% of our waste. DoSomething.org reports that every hour 25,000,000 water bottles are thrown away by Americans. The Waste Reduction Program from Fort Lewis University explains that, “Waste is not just created when consumers throw items away. Throughout the life cycle of a product…waste is generated. Reusing items…decreases waste.” When you do not reuse, you are quickly depleting Earth’s supply of non-renewable resources.

AllFreeKidsCrafts.com has collected the best of the recycled crafts to help you save your money and your planet. Cheap and Easy Crafts for Kids: 9 Recycled Crafts is a free eBook full of diverse crafts, all of which will help reduce your waste and spending. Each of these projects is amazingly fun for kids to make. The colorful and environmentally-friendly eBook features some wonderfully inexpensive kids’ crafts like a Rocket Blaster Jet Pack made from water bottles. Not only are the kids helping to reduce the amount of petroleum used, but they’re also going to be having the time of their lives as they blast off into outer space and admire the difference that they’re making on Earth.

Download a free copy of the Cheap and Easy Crafts for Kids: 9 Recycled Crafts eBook.

For additional information on kids’ crafts or this free recycled kids’ crafts eBook, please contact AllFreeKidsCrafts.com editor Jaclyn Holtzman.

Contact:
Jaclyn Holtzman
Editor
AllFreeKidsCrafts.com
AllFreeKidsCrafts.com is a property of Prime Publishing LLC

About AllFreeKidsCrafts.com:

AllFreeKidsCrafts.com is pleased to welcome kids of every age to our collection of the most exciting kids’ craft ideas from all over the web. For young minds, arts and crafts develop creativity, so AllFreeKidsCrafts is here to inspire their imaginations with activities and crafts for kids of every age. From nature crafts to make in your own back yard, to edible kids crafts in the kitchen, to crafts for kids who dream of adventure, we feature all sorts of kids crafts from the web’s most innovative parents and craft designers.

About Prime Publishing:
Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. Today, we are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in niche areas such as crafting and cooking. To learn more, visit www.primenewsletters.com.