A Word Fitly Spoken ~ Believe

Written by C.L. Mareydt

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Take a moment and reflect upon Your Life and what You Believe or do not Believe. Try to see how it permeates Your Life or has influenced Your Individuality. Question its pertinence and value. Validate what You Believe to what is actually happening in Your Life. Try to verify Your Thoughts and Words since they arerepparttar Vehicles of what You Believe. Take a conscious Responsibility to Believe with Accountability.

Look upon this Road less traveled, because to Believe is not only an never ending Path, but Your God given right as an Individual. Allow what You Believe to mark Your Path with Direction and Definition. Never be afraid to change. Believe Today and see Your Tomorrow. Believe Today because it is Your Tomorrow.

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Writing Newsletters Online: How to Get it Right

Written by Nick Usborne

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As a result, you now see numerous newsletters where an article is not included in its entirety. You simply get a teaser and a link to a page on their site. Or else you get a ‘newsletter’ that looks just likerepparttar site interface, with allrepparttar 124174 various navigation links and promotional messages included.

This may be great if you want to maximizerepparttar 124175 traffic to your site each time you send out a newsletter. But there is a catch.

The catch is, if there is less value in your newsletter itself, your subscribers will quickly begin to become bored with it. After all, with a zillion other promotional emails cluttering our inboxes – why pay special attention to a ‘newsletter’ that is simply another sales pitch?

The real value of a newsletter that contains valuable content is long-term. You’ll get more word-of-mouth, you’ll get higher open-rates, and you’ll get long-term readers who look forward to your newsletter, for years ahead.

Is there a compromise? Sure there is. A valuable newsletter doesn’t need to be text-only without a single link, or devoid of any promotional elements.

Just make sure that every newsletter contains some valuable content, in its entirety. Give people a real reason to look forward to receiving it, opening it and reading it.

Nick Usborne is a copywriter, author and speaker. You can access all his newsletter articles on writing for the web at his www.ExcessVoice.com site. You'll find more articles and resources on how to make money as a freelance writer at www.FreelanceWritingSuccess.com

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