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At Zelo, we know both by experience and by talking with our clients that creating and distributing internal newsletters can be time-consuming and costly. That's why we are excited to announce that we are now offering a free AI internal newsletter generator tool for the community.
Email deliverability refers to the ability of an email message to reach the intended recipient's inbox. It is a critical aspect of email marketing and internal communication, as a low deliverability rate can result in a significant loss of potential engagement and information. Many factors can affect the deliverability of an email, including the sending IP, the sending domain, the email content, and the recipient's email provider.
Internal newsletters are often overlooked as a valuable tool for driving company success. But when implemented effectively, they can provide a host of financial benefits that can help to improve the bottom line.
Are you struggling to get your employees to read your internal newsletter? Are you looking for ways to make it more engaging and effective? If so, you’re not alone. Many companies struggle to create internal newsletters that employees actually want to read.
When it comes to scaling your business, the single best investment you can make is in internal marketing. Educating your team about your brand and getting them excited in your mission is simply a non-negotiable in today’s corporate climate.
With an increase in remote work and the busyness each employee faces during the workday, asynchronous communication is more prevalent than ever.
Internal communication is a crucial part of success in any modern business model. Whether you want to unify your workforce around a shared goal, reiterate your company's mission and values, or relate other important information company-wide, when and how you communicate with employees matters. But rapid-fire emails are no longer enough to accomplish these goals. Instead, you need to have a sophisticated internal communications strategy, the right tools, and the following best practices system in place and to employ the following internal communications best practices to set your business up for success.
It looks like remote working is here to stay for many companies. If yours is one that isn’t going back to the office any time soon—or if you’re managing a hybrid situation—here’s how to keep remote employees engaged as they continue to work from home.
The health of any enterprise depends on quality internal communication. Employees who are engaged and tuned in to the heartbeat of their organization tend to have higher morale and perform better at work. If you’re looking for a better way to connect, as 53% of professionals are, think about using text messaging to communicate with employees.
With technology constantly evolving, more and more businesses are turning to tech services to manage their data, track internal workings, and make information accessible for their employees. SMS for business is quickly becoming an important tool to promote employee engagement and form connections across departments.
Every team has one thing in common: no matter where you are in the world, collaboration brings its own set of unique challenges. However, the root of many problems lies in delivery rather than content. From assertive to passive and everything in between, Zelo’s services aim to diversify communication methods and foster best practices in work cultures.
For company leaders, internal communications managers, and others in roles that oversee company communication, putting time and effort into messaging that never gets read by employees is disheartening. It’s frustrating to reference a new policy change or upcoming event you covered in an internal newsletter only to have several team members say, “Wait, what?”
Employee newsletters are meant for employees to read, whether they’re standard company updates or something more exciting to raise morale. Creating a compelling newsletter that makes a difference and is well-received, however, often poses a significant challenge.
From wiretapping to keylogging, traditional employee monitoring can be invasive and morale-crushing. But by monitoring the way employees prefer to communicate (be it location, device, or frequency), companies can reach them on their turf and foster higher productivity in a respectful way.
Due to the cultural shakeup of the last couple of years, effective digital communication is more critical than ever. Many employees can no longer rely on in-person team meetings, company-wides, and even water cooler gossip to glean important company information from their peers and managers. Internal newsletters are a reliable way to inform your workforce on mission-critical messaging—keeping them tapped in, engaged, and productive.
Companies going «remote-first» is a trend globally. Here are some of our insights and best practices for measuring if you’re hitting the target on comms across a distributed workforce.
Having a great plan and vision for the company is something that most leaders can work out. Being able to articulate and adequately communicate the journey companywide is a much more difficult task.
Zelo announces the release of Zelo 2.0, a SaaS enabling customers to efficiently monitor and improve internal corporate communications. This release builds on the success of the Zelo platform by introducing several key innovations that allow companies to tailor the delivery and content of their communications to more effectively reach their audience.
During the last couple of months we’ve interviewed hundreds of different managers about their communication habits. It has been one of the most exciting and rewarding journeys for me so far. These are passionate people leaders are navigating in a daily storm of communication and deadlines. What strikes me as an essential trait when speaking with them is the empathy they continuously show.
With a widespread network of resellers, Volkswagen Moller Bilfinans AS has a tough job tracking compliance and certification for financial products in their different markets. Using Zelo they could focus on monitoring and drastically reduce the manual labor spent on driving compliance. With an easy-to-use interface the tool provides team leaders a dedicated dashboard using the built-in department feature.