Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Ezine?

Written by Tim Bossie

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You need a plan. Sit down and think of products you can offer, specials you can offer, or one time deals. The thing you want to do is make sure it's timely, original, and something that people can actually use.

One offer, combined with great information, can create a powerful emotional feeling inrepparttar reader that will always be converted to action... clicking onrepparttar 124179 link to visit your site.

Offering an ebook thatrepparttar 124180 entire Internet already has isn't going to make you any money.

Make it a great offer.

Keep Things Original In order to giverepparttar 124181 subscriber what they want, and make available great offers, it all comes down to planning ahead of time. A responsive, and profitable, ezine is not createdrepparttar 124182 same day it is sent torepparttar 124183 mailing list.

Planning what you want your ezine to accomplish, what type of information you're going to be publishing each week,repparttar 124184 products you're going to offer, and what you're going to do to keep your subscribers coming back.

The major problemrepparttar 124185 majority of ezines today is that they have nothing to keep subscribers wanting to keep receiving them. There is no outlook. No vision.

A great copywriter told me to always be thinking ahead in writing copy. To keeprepparttar 124186 reader wanting to read further downrepparttar 124187 sales letter. The same thing goes with ezine publishing. Create original content, developing 8 to 10 part series is a method you can use, to giverepparttar 124188 reader a reason to want to read your ezine.

Putting It Into Action Here's your chance to transform your ezine. Follow these simple steps and you're assured of a tremendous boost in profits and squeezing out every last drop of potential from your ezine with each issue.

Go ahead and sit down and begin planning out each issue. A good way to do this is with a calendar, or planner, dedicated to your ezine. Planrepparttar 124189 coming week's and month's contents. What article series can you do? Who can you get to write guest articles? What special offers can you put together?

Transformation can sometimes be a life changing experience. Transforming your ezine can be a very profitable experience.

Tim is a 7 year internet advertising veteran who has helped thousands of small, and large, online businesses profit from powerful and creative advertising. Subscribe to his "Marketing Success and Profit" ezine for free tips and articles by going to

How to Avoid the 11 Biggest Mistakes of First-Time

Written by Roger C. Parker

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7.“Event” writing

Write a little each day rather than “going away” to write your book.

Stress is an author’s biggest enemy. When you attempt marathon writing, you’re putting an unrealistic burden on yourself. “What happens if I come back and my book isn’t written?”

Commit to write 45 minutes a day. This reduces stress and continuously reengages your subconscious mind.


Avoid unnecessary self-editing. It’s far more important to completerepparttar first draft of your book than to agonize overrepparttar 124178 perfection of every word.

Editors will ensure that grammar is correct and ideas appear inrepparttar 124179 proper order. But, they can’t do anything until you submitrepparttar 124180 final manuscript.

9.Failure to promote

Publishers are not promoters. Publishers are skilled at editing, manufacturing, and distributing books. But, they are not set up to give your bookrepparttar 124181 marketing attention it deserves. A single publicist may represent over 100 books!

If you want your book to succeed, you have to promote it as well as write it.

10.Failure to backup and save

Save frequently when writing. Always save before printing. Never turn off your computer without making a copy of your files for off-premises storage. Never end a writing session without printing out a hard copy ofrepparttar 124182 latest version ofrepparttar 124183 chapter you’re writing.

11.Failure to plan future profits

Before writing your book, create a book marketing plan. Book sales should be justrepparttar 124184 first step in an ongoing relationship with your readers. Your plan should identify opportunities from consulting, newsletters, audio/video recordings, seminars, speeches, and yearly updates etc.


A book can, indeed, change your life. But, you must take charge take a proactive role in promoting and leveraging its success.

To learn more Visit Subscribe to Published and Profitable and download a free sample lesson from my four-week Profit Fromrepparttar 124185 Author Inside You course.

Roger C. Parker is the $32,000,000 author with over 1.6 million copies in print

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