Why I Ditched My Newsletter … And What I Do Instead

Office Organization Success

About 18 months ago I decided to ditch my weekly newsletter (a.k.a. Yes, you produce a newsletter to inform and educate your subscribers and build a relationship with them, but if it isn’t making you any money for your business then how effective is it as a marketing tool?

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Email Newsletter: 3 Alternatives to an Ezine

Office Organization Success

Note: An ezine is another name for a newsletter or electronic newsletter. As you can see, there are plenty of alternatives to the standard ezine/newsletter approach. Articles for Reprint Online Marketing ezine newsletter

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My Top 10 Newsletter Items So Far for 2015

The Solopreneur Life

T oday I studied the most-clicked-on items in my newsletter for 2015. The Easy List-Building Tweak That Has Boosted My Newsletter Signup Rate by 345 Percent (The Solopreneur Life). The post My Top 10 Newsletter Items So Far for 2015 appeared first on The Solopreneur Life.

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The Best Resource for Your Newsletter Content

Office Organization Success

A few weeks back during our School for Online Business Success “Open Office” time (this is when members call me directly to get their questions answered), one of my clients asked me about creating material for her newsletter.

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Technology Training Tuesday: Creating Newsletters & SharePoint Team Sites

Office Dynamics

7 Strategies for Creating E-Newsletters That Get Results. Effective newsletters take a little thought and effort, but the results are worth it! This educational webinar will provide you with valuable information on creating successful e-newsletters for your organization that inform and engage participants. Join Business Management Daily, Wednesday, June 25, for 7 Strategies for Creating E-Newsletters That Get Results and you’ll learn all the nuts and bolts.

Does the Value of E-newsletter Subscribers Diminish, Over Time?

The Solopreneur Life

I thought it would be interesting to put conventional wisdom to the test Thursday with the announcement of TheSolopreneurUniverse.com to my e-newsletter list. Marketing E-newsletters T he conventional wisdom in email marketing is that open rates and click rates diminish as names on a list get “older.”

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Newsletter Content Readers Can't Resist

Business Writing

If you want people to read your online or printed newsletter rather than deleting or discarding it, give them irresistible content. The current issue of Better Writing at Work, our free monthly e-newsletter, covers 13 types of content your audience. How to Write

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How to “Hack” Your Networking and Grow Your Income Using a Email Newsletter

Dumb Little Man

One of the best things I’ve done for my business in years is starting an email newsletter. An email newsletter actually doesn’t take any more time, beyond the initial set-up. Now, you may be thinking: what a hassle! I have enough to do already! I don’t need another thing on my plate.

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 11

Brilliantly Better

Today is the eleventh day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Who’s your most dangerous enemy…” Let’s see the answers. “My most dangerous enemy is a SHE. I feel a little beet mean to call her ‘enemy’ but it seams the right call, after all. Actually, she wants to be [.]. Blogging Personal Development challenges enemies

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day Four

Brilliantly Better

It’s not the newsletter part that is taking more time than I thought it would, but the processing of the information. Here we go, with our fourth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Are you healthy?” ” I have to confess that this challenge is a bit time consuming. Some of [.]. Blogging Health Personal Development challenge

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day One

Brilliantly Better

I’ve been craving to do a 30 days challenge related to my email list for years. Seriously. I did 30 days challenges for running, for challenging relationships, for #5words, you name it. I even did 30 days challenges disguised as monkeys, for an entire year. But nothing related to my email list. It’s kinda strange [.]. Blogging Personal Development Relationships & Society challenges email

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day Ten

Brilliantly Better

Today is the tenth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “What makes you smile? Name at least 10 reasons…” Let’s see the answers. ” 1. Seeing other people smile 2. A hot cup of coffee 3. Watching my cat chase his tail 4. Getting big hugs from my daughter [.]. Blogging Personal Development Travel & Fun challenge smile

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day Three

Brilliantly Better

Here we go, with our third day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Do you have enough money?” ” A really tricky one, I know. Here are the answers from the people who replied: A. “Well, enough is not enough Now being serious I would say that I expect for more [.]. Blogging Money & Wealth Personal Development challenge money

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day Two

Brilliantly Better

Here we go, with our second day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Who do you love?” ” As promised, here are the answers from the people who replied: A. “Well, that will be my 4 y.o. child. I love his good faith that superheroes do exist, his designs when he [.]. Blogging Personal Development Relationships & Society challenge love

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5 Things Customers Need To Hear You Say In Your Email Newsletter | Business 2 Community

Denise Aday

Practice these five phrases in your business’s email newsletter, and you’ll be communicating with your audience effectively, all while having some fun along the way. email marketing newsletter tips best practices virtual assistant See on Scoop.it - Email Marketing Virtual Assistant.

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What is the difference between an autoresponder and a newsletter?

Denise Aday

Basically, a newsletter sends the same email to all subscribers at the same time. To this I would add that with autoresponders there’s typically an end point in mind, wheareas newsletters tend to be ongoing indefinitely. In a newsletter scenario, you might offer a new “class” each week to learn how to prepare a certain dish. An archive of past lessons (newsletters) can be maintained for any they may have missed. See on Scoop.it - Virtual and Email Marketing Assistance.

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For Email Newsletters, a Death Greatly Exaggerated - NYTimes.com

Denise Aday

See on Scoop.it - Email Marketing Virtual Assistant Denise Aday ''s insight: "Email newsletters, an old-school artifact of the web that was supposed to die along with dial-up connections, are not only still around, but very much on the march."

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How To Create A High Quality List

Office Organization Success

If you publish your ezine/newsletter through one of the emailing list services then you will also be provided with tracking stats for each issue. Not only is it important that you publish your newsletter regularly, but equally important is that your subscribers receive it.

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 7

Brilliantly Better

Today is the seventh day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Who’s your best friend?” ” I’m updating the posts as I get access to the answers. Hopefully, in a couple of days everything will be in “real time” again. Now, back to the answers. “Hmmm, dunno! I lost the track [.]. Blogging Personal Development Relationships & Society challenge friends

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Design The Best Email Newsletter Template and Compete For Prizes Worth $2000!

Small Business CEO

From now until June 25, 2012, GetResponse is running an email newsletter design contest. To enter into the contest, simply design your best email newsletter using the GetResponse email creator and submit it for consideration. Marketing contest email newsletter templates

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Why E-Mail Newsletters Won't Die | Wired Business | Wired.com

Denise Aday

See on Scoop.it - Virtual and Email Marketing Assistance E-mail newsletters are very good at forming habits and getting readers to take action, like buy a product or click on a news story.

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 15

Brilliantly Better

Today is the fifteenth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “What’s the most stupid thing you’ve done so far?” ” Let’s see the answers. “With the information and emotional intelligence I had when I did it, the most stupid thing I’ve done so far was my best option. I’m glad [.]. Blogging Personal Development challenges stupidity

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 14

Brilliantly Better

Today is the fourteenth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “What’s the most important thing you’ve done so far?” ” Let’s see the answers. “The most important thing I have done so far is that I have accepted Jesus as my King, Lord and Savior.” ” I can clearly see that [.]. Blogging Personal Development challenges most important thing

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 13

Brilliantly Better

Today is the thirteenth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Do you think you’re strong?” ” Let’s see the answers. “I like this one. Personally… I think strength takes many shapes. But I’ve always admired those who express their strength through making the people around them stronger. That’s what I [.]. Blogging Personal Development challenges power

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 12

Brilliantly Better

Today is the twelfth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Where do you live?” ” Let’s see the answers. “My home for over 20 years was a three bedroom bungalow. Was it home? Yes and no. Yes I slept there, cooked there, cleaned there, but it was not a good [.]. Blogging Personal Development challenges home

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 9

Brilliantly Better

Today is the ninth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “How often do you laugh?” ” Let’s see the answers. “My teenage daughter and my new boyfriend are at war. It is absolutely hilarious to watch them go. It started out with putting rocks or other in each other’s boots [.]. Blogging Personal Development Travel & Fun challenges laugh

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day 8

Brilliantly Better

Today is the eighth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “What’s your childhood dream?” ” I’m still working on the backlog, but we’re getting there. Now, back to the answers. “My childhood dream was to travel the world. Each evening, when I went to sleep, I was imagining that the [.]. Blogging Personal Development challenge dreams

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day Six

Brilliantly Better

Today is the sixth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “How old are you?” ” I’m still updating the backlog of posts so this was not in “real time”, but nevertheless, the answers are getting better and better. As a matter of fact, although, there isn’t yet a full week since [.]. Blogging Personal Development Relationships & Society age challenges

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The 33 Days Newsletter Challenge – Day Five

Brilliantly Better

Here we go, with our fifth day of the 33 days challenge. The question for today was: “Do you think you are a good person?” ” First of all, I have to tell you that I did have a “minor technical difficulty” these days, something happened to my laptop. I won’d dive into the technical details, [.]. Blogging Personal Development Relationships & Society

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The Best Of My Blog. And Its Newsletter

Brilliantly Better

Because, believe it or not, as of today I’m starting my first blog newsletter ever. And having a newsletter seems to be pretty common in these modern days. I do intend to have some affiliate offers in my newsletters, from time to time.

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10 killer ideas for writing email newsletters your subscribers can't wait to read

Denise Aday

One of the most common stumbling blocks to writing a regular email newsletter is figuring out what to write every week. See on Scoop.it - Email Marketing Virtual Assistant. I hear it all the time “Yeah, I know I should be emailing my subscribers more often …. but what will I write about?”.

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3 Simple and Low Cost Marketing Ideas to Create Visibility

Office Organization Success

If you have some important information to share, you can instantly create a post – no waiting for your next newsletter to make your announcement! Publish an Ezine/Newsletter. Unlike a blog, readers sign up to receive your newsletter so you already have a connection with them.

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The Best Marketing Tool For Your Solopreneur Business

The Solopreneur Life

Marketing E-mail marketing E-newsletters Mailchimp If there was an inexpensive marketing tool that would increase your business’s customer acquisition, conversion, and retention, would you use it?

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3 Innocent Subject-Line Words That Harm Open Rates

The Solopreneur Life

A recent best-practices post at the Mailchimp website included information on three innocent, non-spammy words that harm e-newsletter open rates. Does the Value of E-newsletter Subscribers Diminish, Over Time? Marketing E-newsletters Mailchimp Open Rates Subject Lines

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3 Tips on How to Keep Your Email Newsletter Content Short - Business 2 Community

Denise Aday

See on Scoop.it - Email Marketing Virtual Assistant. Denise Aday ’s insight: I can’t stress enough how important this is! Keep it short and sweet, fun, and easy to skim. Here’s 3 quick tips on doing just that. See on business2community.com

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Publish a Successful Ezine with these Top 10 Tips

Office Organization Success

Do you know the purpose of your newsletter? I regularly help my clients to implement is a system for getting on track with their newsletter — or stay-in-touch strategy as I like to call it! Articles for Reprint Online Marketing ezine list building system newsletter office systems

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5 Tips to Ensure Your Emails Get Opened (and Read)

Office Organization Success

As a result, business owners are seeing plummeting open rates for their email newsletters (ezines) … some email open rates are being reported as low as 8.6%. That means if you say you’re going to publish a weekly newsletter, you better make sure that you do.

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Creating Your Online Marketing Flow in 3 Simple Steps

Office Organization Success

The absolute best way of doing this is through publishing a regular newsletter (or ezine). A basic format for your newsletter should look something like: A personal note from you. Feature article (the main part of your newsletter).

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Welcome to Office Life (for administrative professionals)

Office Dynamics

Admin Assistant Training Career Management Motivators Professional Image Self Development Workplace Tools Joan Burge Monday Motivators newsletter office lifeHave you ever taken the time to go back through old pictures?

The Ins and Outs of Ezines

Step It Up VA Coaching

Between articles, e-newsletters, blogs, social media, and in-person networking, it’s a never-ending, time-consuming, necessary part of your business. Business Tips Marketing Tips ezines newslettersby Donna Toothaker. Marketing your business takes on all forms, doesn’t it?

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