Creating Demand with Email NewslettersWritten by Julia Hyde
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1. Write it yourself. By far cheapest approach in long term is to write it yourself. If you enjoy writing and if you have lots of ideas for content, then this may be best option. Only you can decide.
2. Hire Writers to Write for You. If you're not comfortable writing content yourself, you may want to consider hiring a professional writer to write it for you. There are plenty of freelance writers who specialize in writing newsletter articles. You'll find several at http://www.freelancewriting.com/
3. Get Content from Online Article Directories. A low-cost option is to get content from article directories, such as Ideamarketers.com, Goarticles.com, Articlecity.com and Ezinez.com. Articles posted on these sites are generally free, as long as you include writer's byline when you publish.
Design your template
Just as a magazine has a certain look that will appeal to their subscribers, so must your email newsletter. Decide on a template design and stick with it so your subscribers know what to expect with each issue. Think about how magazines and newspapers have regular columns in each issue. Split your newsletter into bite sized pieces so content is easier for readers to digest.
HTML or Plain Text? It's really a matter of personal preference, and what you think will most appeal to your readers. The jury is still out on whether one sells better than other, but if in doubt offer two lists: one in plain text and one in HTML. Then let your subscribers decide.
Ready, Set, GO
You've defined your objectives, secured your content and designed your newsletter. Now all you need to do is put it together and launch it to your customers. For this you need a mailing list. Begin with your own in-house list-made up of people who have specifically requested to receive information from you. Set up a sign-up form on every page of your web site, advertise your newsletter in online ezine directories or in other newsletters, and announce your newsletter in your signature file--the tagline that is, or should be, attached to every email you send.
However you choose to build your list, don't ever, ever become a spammer. Never send your newsletter to anyone who hasn't specifically requested to receive it. Remember, Can-spam regulations require every marketing email to include an opt-out provision and a valid physical address. If you ignore these rules, you do so at your own risk.
Email newsletters, are possibly one of most effective marketing tools available to online businesses. Exploit this opportunity and youˇ¦re almost guaranteed to pull targeted customers to your site, create demand for your product, gather customer data and secure your company's success.
Julia is an independent copywriter and consultant specializing in advertising and search engine marketing services. To learn more about how Julia can help boost your company's profits visit her site at www.juliahyde.com. You may also like to sign up for Marketing Works! Julia's monthly ezine. Visit www.juliahyde.com/form.html to sign up or email Julia at mailto:email@example.com for details.
Gemstone literature an amazing experience all over the world.Written by Alain Darbellay GGGems.com
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At time of great dryness in south, sapphire samples are found on ground, several centuries after their first discovery. Actually, one of most beautiful quality in world is just leaving ground. Rare Stones Safari
The Yellow orthoclase from Itrongay, was found in eluvium, but comes from a pegmatite with diopside of a very special type, which presents single characteristic to be made of transparent minerals only.
It is in accesses of downwards brook named Ilakaka that first sapphires were found in 1998. The excavations follow gravel deposits which Madagascans call lalam' bato, (the way of stones.)
The essential characteristic of Isalo formations is their main constitution of soft sandstones, very permeable, badly cemented which disaggregate easily on surfaces by giving thick siliceous sand coverings. Sakalama This sapphire of natural color, therefore untreated was found in alluvium in sandstones. This is why it does not have any more its original shape. The first deposits consist of conglomerates, gravels and sands, One finds there elements of rocks and minerals: quartz, feldspars, micas, zircons, tourmalines, ilmenites, magnetite, monazite, rutile, chrysoberyls, corundum. Andranondambo Area The occurrences of Andranondambo area were industrially exploited since 1993 and have been almost abandoned few years later. Actually, it is very difficult to exploit sapphire direct in mother rock, because corundum is not concentrated enough. This sapphire was sold as a Kashmir Sapphire by some dealers on international market.
Pakistan Gem Safari The Northern areas conceals treasures, such of rubies, emeralds, sapphires, aquamarines, topazes, tourmalines etc. This is at occasion of one of our visits in valley, that some children tolled us that they found some fragments of emerald in Swat river. Gem Adventure (novel)
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