10 Steps to a GREAT Newsletter

Written by Claire Cunningham

A newsletter can be a wonderful, economical way to communicate with prospects, customers, employees or distributors. Just follow these ten easy steps for newsletter success.

1) Define Your Audience -- Who are you publishing for? Clients (customers) – present, past and prospective? Employees? Your audience will define your content.

2) Set Objectives -- Create a solid foundation for your newsletter by writing down what you want to achieve.

3) Plan Content -- What interests your audience? Build your newsletter around whatever that is. Plan content at least half a year at a time. You can make changes alongrepparttar way.

4) Establish a Budget -- Newsletters can be cost effective, but they’re not FREE. When you set a budget, consider start-up as well as ongoing, per-issue costs.

5) Decide On a Schedule -- Like any new habit it takes time to establish a pattern for a newsletter. But DO establish a pattern. Your reward will be consistent readership.

A Word Fitly Spoken ~ Care

Written by C.L. Mareydt

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A Word Fitly Spoken
A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver. Proverbs 25:11

Beginning today, treat everyone you meet as if they were going to be dead by midnight, extend them allrepparttar 124178 care and kindness and understanding you can muster. Your life will never berepparttar 124179 same again. ~ Og Mandino
Care: The work of attending to someone or something; attention in concern and interest with alertness and consideration; conscientious forethought and thoughtful regard. ~ Webster's Unabridged Dictionary

Consider everything done throughout our day, fromrepparttar 124180 morning sun rise torepparttar 124181 evening sunset, all is accomplished with some form of Care. We either Care about this or we don't Care about that. But still we do Care. We Care in some way, in some measure, and in some form.

Care can be so precious in thought and deed. This small word impacts our lives. Care is heard. Care is felt. Care is seen. Care nourishes each Soul and Spirit it reaches. Care a sincere gift that everyone eagerly receives. Care soothes. Care shares. Care waits.

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