5 Keys To A Succesful Ezine

Written by Al Martinovic

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You can create your own products around your list, get resale rights to an existing product to offer to your list or you can join an affiliate program.

Now, I admit... 1-4 can get pretty expensive especially if you are on a tight budget.

TIP #1: You can go here and get all of what I just mentioned in one package and it's super cheap.


5 - Leads Every ezine no matter how big or small needs no or low cost ways of attracting more subscribers.

You can advertise your ezine by submitting to ezine directories, announcement lists, by writing articles, or doing joint ventures such as ad swaps just to name a few. The problem is... all of this can become time consuming.

TIP #2: There is a software that will automate your entire submission process to everything I just mentioned.


TIP #3: There is a site that will bring you new subscribers for only 5 minutes of work.


There you have it. By no means is this a complete list but by gettingrepparttar basics down and followingrepparttar 124240 TIP's I just mentioned, you are well on your way to a profitable ezine.

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12 Ways to Improve Your Newsletter's Format

Written by Stephen Bucaro

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The fact is that even new subscribers are not interested in your "welcome new subscribers" message. New subscribers are trying to determine if your newsletter will provide them with useful information, or if they should un-subscribe immediately. Judging by a "welcome new subscribers" message, your newsletter appears to waste their time.

7. DO NOT bore readers with your personal life.

As your subscriber opens your newsletter, they are thinking "what's in it for me". They couldn't care less that you are going on vacation, that your child did something cute yesterday, or that you have a new puppy. They only care about what's in your newsletter that is useful to them. Don't waste your readers time with trivia about your personal life.

8. DO NOT leave a lot of white space.

Someone wrote that text is easier to read if you leave a lot of white space. Was that idea based on a scientific survey, or was it one persons opinion? I suspect it wasrepparttar latter. Leave one blank line between paragraphs. Never leave more than one line blank anywhere in your newsletter.

White space is equivalent to "dead air" time on radio or TV. Leaving a lot of white space in your newsletter just forces your reader to scroll more. Don't waste your readers time.

9. DO NOT apologize for a missed schedule.

Sending your newsletter on a regular schedule is one indication of professionalism. But it may surprise you to know that if you miss a publication date - nobody will notice. Contrary to your delusions, not all of your readers are sitting onrepparttar 124239 edge of their chairs waiting for your newsletter to arrive in their email box. Your newsletter is just not that good.

If you are a day or two, or even a week late sending out your newsletter, I promise you, nobody will care. Andrepparttar 124240 last thing you need to do is post a message in your newsletter pointing out your lapse in professionalism and making excuses.

10. DO take advantage of viral marketing.

A virus is an organism that spreads itself around. Your newsletter should be like a virus. Ask your readers to forward your newsletter to their friends. Make sure your newsletter has a subscribe link so that anyone that comes into contact with it can easily subscribe. Give reprint rights torepparttar 124241 articles, as long as they include your resource box.

11. DO thank your readers for their support.

There are hundreds of thousands of free newsletters. This reader chose to give your newsletterrepparttar 124242 value of their time. An honest thank you is never a waste ofrepparttar 124243 readers time.

12. DO tell subscribers why they should not unsubscribe.

You should always place an unsubscribe link atrepparttar 124244 bottom of your newsletter. Just aboverepparttar 124245 unsubscribe link, you should put reasons whyrepparttar 124246 reader should NOT click onrepparttar 124247 unsubscribe link.

Remindrepparttar 124248 reader of what they get from your newsletter. Enticerepparttar 124249 reader to stay by mentioning what will be inrepparttar 124250 next issue. Displayrepparttar 124251 number of subscribers. If that many subscribers thinkrepparttar 124252 newsletter is of value, maybe unsubscribing would be a mistake.

Major changes that have occurred onrepparttar 124253 Internet overrepparttar 124254 last year may have made your newsletter's format obsolete. By makingrepparttar 124255 12 changes described above your newsletter will be better able to deal with spam filters and with todays demanding and impatient Internet users. ---------------------------------------------------------- Resource Box: Copyright(C)2002 Bucaro TecHelp. To learn how to maintain your computer and use it more effectively to design a Web site and make money onrepparttar 124256 Web visit http://bucarotechelp.com To subscribe to Bucaro TecHelp Newsletter Send a blank email to mailto:bucarotechelp-subscribe@topica.com ----------------------------------------------------------


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