10 Newsletter Ideas to Write Articles for Your Newsletter

Written by Ladan Lashkari

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Just remember your role as an affiliate is NOT to sell. It'srepparttar most common mistake affiliates make. Selling isrepparttar 138774 duty ofrepparttar 138775 merchant. Your role is PREselling. It means warming up your visitors and putting them in an open-to-buy mindset.

I had almost no affiliate income before I discovered this secret. Then a friend recommended me Make Your Content PREsell - An awesome ebook aboutrepparttar 138776 #1 secret to affiliate marketing success.

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#7. Interview an Expert in Your Field

People like to hear success stories and learn how successful people have reached to where they are now. You can interview successful people in your field by email or phone.

Well-known experts are usually very busy, so they won't accept long interviews. In general,repparttar 138777 more famous an expert is,repparttar 138778 shortest your interview must be or they won't accept it.

The experts you choose to interview should not necessarily be very famous - like multi-millionaires. They hardly accept to let you interview them. You can interview an ordinary person who has been fairly successful in your field.

#8. Write How-To Articles

You can write how-to articles about almost anything. People love how-to articles. Here are some sample titles...

* How to Go to Sleep in 3 Minutes * How to Cure Your Headache in 5 Minutes without any Medicine * How to Look 10 Years Younger

#9. Give a Certain Number of Tips, Ideas, etc.

People love articles that promise to give a certain number of tips - like this article :). These articles are also easy to write. For example you can easily find 3 tips about any topic and turn it to an article. Here are some title examples...

* 5 Tips on How to Deal with an Overbearing Boss * Top 10 Questions to Ask in an Interview * 9 Creative Home Business Ideas to Start with Less than $100

#10. Use Guest Articles

Don't feel like writing an article or just don't haverepparttar 138779 time? No problem. You can publish someone else's article in your newsletter for free. I've introduced some large article directories here in this article in Idea #5.

Since it's much easier to copy and paste a written article than spending time on writing your own, you may be tempted to use guest articles as your main article in many of your issues. But do yourself a favor and don't do it too often. Let me explain why...

What'srepparttar 138780 goal of your newsletter? Isn't it to win your prospects' trust and prove your expertise to sell them your own products or affiliate products? So if you don't writerepparttar 138781 majority of your newsletter articles yourself, how can you prove your expertise?

# Final Thoughts

I hope this article helps you get creative article ideas for your newsletter. But if you haven't found a good idea yet, don't push yourself too hard. Don't point a gun to your mind and order it to give you a great idea or you will shoot. :)

After all, it's YOUR mind. It's what has always helped you in your business... and your life. So be kinder to it. Relax and take sometime off. Go outside and let your mind rest for a while. Don't even think about your newsletter.

Then get back to this article and try to find a good idea. If you get an idea for your next issue, well done! I'm happy for you!

But if you still can't seem to come up with anything, no problem. Just send a message to your readers and let them know you won't publish your newsletter this week/month.

And remember... your happiness, your health, and enjoying your life is what mattersrepparttar 138782 most. You don't have to write your newsletter until next week, next month... or even next year. Your newsletter is just a small part of your business... and your business is only a small part of your life.

Wish you happiness, health and wealth! :)

Ladan Lashkari

Ladan Lashkari is a respected Internet marketing expert, and the owner of http://www.FreeNewsletterIdeas.com/ where you'll find creative email marketing ideas and helpful resources to start your own highly profitable email marketing campaign.

Be Careful What You Write

Written by Bill Willard

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But with prospects and clients? Very big deal.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but email goofs make a sharp cookie like you come across like a dim bulb in life’s marquee. Yet, SBOs who faithfully proofread printed correspondence don’t bother checking their email messages before hitting Send.


Bill Willard has been writing high-impact marketing and sales training for over 30 years—but as Will Rogers put it: "Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there.”

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