Tips for writing a newsletter please?

by ashtonuk 9 replies
Particularly and introductory news letter.

Anyone have any good articles regarding such?
#main internet marketing discussion forum #newsletter #tips #writing
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  • Profile picture of the author NormanSP
    What subject will your newsletter be about.
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  • Profile picture of the author Adrian Jock
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  • Profile picture of the author Eric Stanley
    Thanks for the tips mawardee, quality stuff. And welcome to WF!
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    • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
      Get on Warrior Paul Myers's newsletter Talkbiz - he's
      one of the most lucid communicators in the
      Internet Marketing community.

      Writing a good newsletter can be a LOT of work.
      Don't kid yourself.

      People won't read unless it's well-done and doing
      it well means sweating the details.

      If you just want an autoresponder series to sell something
      that's different.

      Dan Kennedy emphasizes offline newsletter publishing
      for all kinds of service businesses. It's worth looking into
      how that is done too.
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      • Profile picture of the author angela99
        Here are my best tips:

        1. Give them what they signed up to receive

        If you promised SEO tips, don't start sending them information on how to get a mortgage, for example.

        2. Be yourself, and be honest

        Treat your subscribers as you'd like to be treated. Write as if you were speaking to one person.

        3. Stick to your schedule, and if you're changing it let subscribers know

        Once a week, once a month, every day... You train your subscribers what to expect from you. Be consistent.

        Remember that a subscriber may be on your list for many issues before he buys anything you're selling.

        4. See your ezine as the central hub of your business

        A good ezine takes time and effort. However, it can be a literal gold mine as your subscriber list grows.

        Project: imagine what your ezine will be like (and how it will impact your business) when you have 5,000 subscribers, 10,000 subscribers...

        Good luck with it. :-)


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  • Profile picture of the author freudianslip27
    As others mentioned here, make sure you are providing high quality to your readers, and giving them something that they want.

    I'd suggest writing in a way that draws people in, and gets them to look forward to your next email. Drop little nuggets at the end of each message about something compelling regarding the next email in the series.

    Yes, I would definitely suggest signing up for other newsletters in your niche, and seeing how they are doing it as well.


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