It's just that email deliverability issues and the time to put one together…you know what I'm talking about…unless you know what you're doing, an emailed newsletter can cost you time and worry.
You can just STOP thinking like that. This is the swift solution to learning quickly and inexpensively everything you need to know to craft an ezine that works, that brings in business and makes money for you. This is pain-free, folks.
I'm a huge fan of Michael Katz of Blue Penquin Development. You've heard me gush about his clever writing before: His E-Newsletter on E-Newsletters is a first class production. If nothing else, if you just copied what he does, you'd have a spectacular ezine.
If you're thinking about starting an ezine to grow your business, start here. If you're thinking about abandoning yours, don't do it. Learn what you need to know and turn your e-newsletter into a profit machine.
This isn't expensive, and if you join now your become a charter member and get three months for the price of one. I joined to find out what it's like, to see if I could learn anything new, and it's truly first class.
But there's also a variety of ways you can learn on this site. There are audio recordings of teleseminars you can listen to. There are video screen shots that show you exactly what to do. If any of you aren't so swift on the computer, this is definitely for you!
Michael Katz is the reason I don't do ezine training anymore: he does it so much better than I could ever do, so I'm happy to send clients to him for learning about e-newsletters. With the new membership site you will learn quickly without feeling any information overload.
Emailed newsletters are not dead. All the big companies are using them, some well, some not. They are really ideal for the independent professional. They are content marketing at its finest.
You must use an e-newsletter. Here are a few questions the course answers:
- Who do I send my E-Newsletter to?
- How will an E-Newsletter help my business?
- What do I do if I can't write?
- What format should I use for my E-Newsletter?
- What do I do when I run out of ideas?
- What should I call my E-Newsletter?
- What do I write about?
- In an age of spam, does an E-Newsletter even work?
- How do I increase my list size?
- Will I give too much away if I write an E-Newsletter?
Go here for more information on E-Newsletter Success and a list of course material covered. I don't recommend other people's stuff unless I think it's top rate and will save you time and money.
I understand that Michael and Chad will be developing advanced course material, like the eternal challenge of list building. So even if you're not new to ezines, this is worth it.