GET their email addresses on YOUR newsletter

Written by Richard Igoe

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Once your form is set up you can get it to send any email addresses either to you or to a newsletter server. Ifrepparttar cgi script sends YOUrepparttar 124380 form details you will have to manually copy and pasterepparttar 124381 details into a mailing list.

However you can automate this by sendingrepparttar 124382 details to a newsletter server where visitors can subscribe and unsubscribe automatically. Automation of your newsletter management will save you time and let you concentrate on promotion and marketing.

Threre are a number of sites onrepparttar 124383 web which will let you start off your own mailing list such as ListBot, eGroups, and Topica. However you will also have to display their ads on your newsletter and sometimes there are delays in sending out your newsletter because ofrepparttar 124384 number of free users. The above services are largely used for discussion groups so always have heavy traffic.

However if you want more control over your newsletter, you can get an excellent free script called MailMachine from Mike'sWorld. This gives your mailing list a bit more class, and you can be more certain that your newsletter is reaching your subscribers on time. You can send your newsletters out from repparttar 124385 admin login viarepparttar 124386 web.

If you need an easy solution to handle your newsletter you can go one step further and get ROIBOT newsletter server. This is a complete solution that can personalise your newsletter, allow you to schedule it to go out to your mailing lists even when you are away, andrepparttar 124387 cost is minimal. You can also have an unlimited number of lists of any size.

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The next step is to publish your newsletter. You need to keep track of what you have written and when you published it.

You also need to format it to between 55 or 65 characters a line BECAUSE: a) it is easier to read short lines b)many people set their email programs to read only 65 characters so if you wrote your newsletter with 80 characters,repparttar 124390 lines would appear broken.

There is an excellent free application called eZine Assistant that will do all this for you. Ezine assistant can be downloaded free from our downloads gateway -

Now you are ready to roll. Simply cut and paste your newsletter from your eZine Assistant or other text editor into repparttar 124391 online form on your website and send it out to your mailing list.

Richard Igoe is the owner of, a resource center providing valuable free tools for website design, promotion and marketing.

Building Relationships Through Your Ezine

Written by Terri Seymour

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*Follow a clean, easy-to-read format for your ezine. Do not put so many squiggles and lines and other "decorations" that might make it hard for people to read your ezine.

*Provide useful, helpful content. Links, informative articles, and resources are a few ofrepparttar things you should provide.

*Put your personality into your ezine. People will respond to you more if you make it more personal.

*Ask for and listen to your readers' comments on your ezine. You are publishing your newsletter for your readers, so you should try to do what they ask.

*Enjoy making contact with your readers and publishing an effective and informative ezine. Treat your readers with respect and courtesy and they will reciprocate.

If you are unsure of how to get started with your ezine, here are a few sites that can help you get going.

Ezine publishing is very essential to your business success. With some time and effort, you can have a very successful ezine. Good luck to you in your publishing and business ventures!

Terri Seymour owns and operates is a website, ezine and service which provides the resources, tools, guidance and more to help you start, publish and promote your own ezine. You can contact Terri at Subscribe at or visit for lots more info.

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