10 Ways To Get More Of Your Visitors To Subscribe To Your Ezine

Written by Ken Hill

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6. Tell your visitors that if they subscribe to your ezine that they'll be entitled to subscriber only discounts.

This could be discounts on purchasing your products or discounts on advertising in your ezine.

7. Publish testimonials for your ezine on your site.

This will increaserepparttar number of people that subscribe to your ezine by showing them what your ezine has done for other people - how it has helped them, provided them with valuable information, showed them how to promote their businesses etc.

8. Let your visitors know that you will never sell or give away their information. Have a strong privacy policy in place.

9. Tell your visitors what your next issue is going to be about. For instance whatrepparttar 124210 topic ofrepparttar 124211 feature article is or anything new you have planned.

10. Have a sweepstakes or contest for f-ree advertising or products. Tell your visitors that if they subscribe to your ezine that they will be entered every month in your contest or sweepstakes.

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Re-evaluating The Purpose of An E-Zine

Written by Dan Fry

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Why not build a relationship with your subscribers? They came to you wanting information. Don't simply give them "cut and paste". Give them you. Add freshness. Add your insight. Your humor. Your perspective. If you honestly talk to them they will listen. Your friends would. Wouldn't they?

I don't pretend for one minute that building this relationship will be easy, only fruitful. There are a few guidelines that will maximizerepparttar strength of our subcriber relationship.

(1) Be honest and let it come across in your writing sent to your subscribers.

(2) Send your online publication on a periodic basis atrepparttar 124209 same time and onrepparttar 124210 same day. This isrepparttar 124211 begining of trust. People want to know when to expect receiving correspondence from you.

(3) Give weekly updates as to what they can expect inrepparttar 124212 future issues. No surprises builds trust. Moreover if you focus on content and write captivating articles your readers will sit in anticipation ofrepparttar 124213 next discussion. Tell them thatrepparttar 124214 list is tentative to leave yourself a bit of flexibility.

(4) Refrain from advertisements or sales copy when building your list.

After you take time to put yourself into your E-Zine, then decide if you want to let anyone else in. Don't be tempted byrepparttar 124215 quickness of using someone else's content and profits from paid advertising. Develop first a high content electronic publication. Self satisfaction, praise, andrepparttar 124216 esteem of others will result.

Dan J. Fry is an independent researcher and owner of e-Kinetic.com, a site devoted to providing resources for small budget home businesses. He has a PhD in Physics and is married with two daughters and two cats. Subscribe to his free E-Zine on home business resources at mailto:e-kinetic@GetResponse.com or by visiting his site at http://www.e-kinetic.com . He can be reached at mailto:comp@e-kinetic.com .

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