7 Power Packed Tips To Increase Your Ezine Publishing Success

Written by Ken Hill

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To create your recommendation swap, you could recommendrepparttar other publisher's ezine in your own words while she doesrepparttar 124213 same for you.

In addition, you could create a recommended ezine section, if you have several other ezines you would like to swap recommendations with.

6. Write articles.

You could write "how to" articles that show your readers step by step how to do something, or you could write articles that provide your readers with a valuable list of tips.

You can also write articles that focus on a current hot topic, or you could conduct interviews and provide these to your subscribers as highly informative articles.

In addition, to helping you to increase your subscribers' trust in you, your articles can also help you to get more subscriptions to your publication.

Add a resource box to your articles that advertises your ezine and then submit your articles to other ezine publishers, article announcement lists, and to article directories.

Also post your articles on your site and let your visitors (as well as your subscribers within your ezine) know that they can reprint your articles in their ezines or on their websites.

7. Swap articles with other ezine publishers.

You could swap an article that you have available for reprint in other ezines while publishing an article thatrepparttar 124214 other publisher has available for reprint in other ezines.

This can provide both of you with excellent promotion of your ezines, but runsrepparttar 124215 risk of loweringrepparttar 124216 value of your content if that publisher's article is published in lots of other ezines.

To get around this, you could create a swap where you write an article to run exclusively in another publisher's ezine while that publisher writes an article to be published exclusively in your ezine.

This will help you to successfully gain more subscribers while providing your subscribers with content that can't be found anywhere else.

In addition, you can create an article swap where both you andrepparttar 124217 other publisher exchange articles that will be first run in each other's publications and afterwards allowed to be reprinted in other ezines, on websites, etc.

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Write an Ezine? But I Don't Know HOW!

Written by Priya Shah

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When new network marketers approach a new prospect, they are always advised to use a scriptrepparttar first few times.

As they gain confidence,repparttar 124212 words begin to flow more naturally and they are able to discardrepparttar 124213 scripts and become better at selling.

It takes time, and more importantly, practice, to get it right. But if you never start, how will you ever find out if you can do it?

2. Write Like You Speak

As you gain confidence in your ability to write and publish an ezine, you'll begin to get more comfortable withrepparttar 124214 process of publishing.

Now you might want to start writing your own editorials or tips, to make your ezine more personal and share your expertise in your subject.

To do this, imagine you're sitting in front of an old friend (or that your subscribers are your friends) and that you're bringing them up-to-date with what's been happening in your life.

If you had an experience, good or bad, while promoting your business, that taught you something new, share it with them inrepparttar 124215 most conversational tone.

Avoid rambling on interminably and leave out boring details that aren't crucial to what you learnt.

And always go back, read what you've written and edit it before you send it out to your list.

3. Keep Learning

There's no bigger turn off than an editor who knows less than her subscribers. So if you plan to write on a certain topic, make sure you do your homework.

If you're writing about eBook publishing, subscribe to allrepparttar 124216 ezines and article lists on that subject and read them to find out what's happening in that field. Then sharerepparttar 124217 news with your readers.

You could also take some initiative and conduct a survey or two, find out something new about your field and write your own original articles or reports.

4. Speak Your Mind

Once you have established a publishing schedule and have developed a comfortable rapport with your subscribers, don't be afraid to share your opinion on new developments in your field.

If you have a strong opinion on something, its alright to say so. People feel more comfortable when they know where you're coming from, even if they don't always agree.

So what are you waiting for? Send out that first issue and take your business to a whole new level.

Make a date with your list now.

For more tips, tools and resources on ezine publishing visit: http://ebizwhiz-publishing.com/ezinepub.htm

Priya Shah is the Editor of "Be a Whiz at eBiz!" a free-wheeling newsletter on internet marketing and home business http://ebizwhiz-publishing.com She also publishes "The Glutathione Report," a newsletter featuring regular updates on the health benefits of glutathione. http://www.glutathione-report.com

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