5 Ways To Get More Subscribers To Your Ezine

Written by Ken Hill

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Because people that subscribe after reading your articles have already proven to be interested in what you have to say, writing articles will also increaserepparttar number of your subscribers that read every issue of your publication.

This will give you more opportunities to market your products to your subscribers and generate more sales.

After you've finished writing your article, post your article on your site, to article directories and announcement lists, and submit your articles to ezine publishers directly.

4. Submit your publication to ezine directories and announcement lists.

Just like when placing a classified ad to promote your ezine, when submitting your ezine to directories and announcement lists, stressrepparttar 124249 benefits that your reader will get by subscribing to your publication -- what makes your ezine unique, a must read -- and spice up your offer by giving away free bonuses for subscribing.

It's also a good idea to make up a list of keywords that people would use to find your ezine, as some directories will ask for this when you submit to them.

5. Promote your ezine in your signature file.

This is an often overlooked way to promote your ezine but can yield a very good return.

Your sig file should include your name, your ezine's name,repparttar 124250 benefits of subscribing to your publication, any free bonuses you are offering, and a call to action that tells your reader how to subscribe to your ezine.

Keep your sig file to no more than 6 or 8 lines, and use your sig file in all your outgoing mail as well as when posting your advice to moderated discussion lists.

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That's Not Spam, That's My Newsletter!

Written by Jessica Albon

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3. Don't type all in caps. A hallmark ofrepparttar Nigerian Bank Scam, typing all in caps isn't just rude; it may get your newsletter forwarded to a blacklist. Additionally, make sure to capitalizerepparttar 124248 beginnings of your sentences and otherwise use professional grammar and punctuation. An unprofessional email may be more likely to arouserepparttar 124249 suspicions of your readers.

4. Leave them wanting more. If your newsletter is really, really valuable, subscribers who don't get it will miss it. Some ezine publishers have found their ezines are so popular, people who stop receivingrepparttar 124250 emails actually complain.

5. Make your policy clear. Tell readers how to unsubscribe at your website and in your newsletter. Let them know whom to contact if they have any trouble. And, of course, make sure to follow through immediately.

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6. Steer clear of subject lines that scream SPAM! Words like "free," "limited time," and "money" often trigger Spam filters. Take a look atrepparttar 124252 Spam in your own inbox for examples of words not to use.

7. Offer directions for "subscribing" and "unsubscribing." Spammers often userepparttar 124253 word "remove" in their emails, so you'll want to avoid it at all costs. Plus, in some Spam filters, you actually lose points (the fewer points,repparttar 124254 less likely an email is Spam) when you offer subscribing and unsubscribing instructions.

8. Send it from a reputable domain name, or better yet, your own. Free email addresses are often used heavily by Spammers, so you'll want to stay away from them if at all possible.

9. Don't send attachments. Most email readers regard attachments with suspicion anyway andrepparttar 124255 attachment may trigger Spam filters set up to screen adult material. Both are good reasons to send your entire email inrepparttar 124256 body ofrepparttar 124257 email. Still not convinced? Many of your readers will have limited inbox space-by avoiding attachments you won't give them an extra reason to delete your newsletter unread.

When you keep up-to-date onrepparttar 124258 latest Spam filter technology, you may find Spam filters are actually your allies-they may mean your newsletter will have less competition in your reader's inbox.

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