Written by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta

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5. Do your articles userepparttar 'you' voice? If not, re-write as if you're telling your friend a story. Do your articles sound formal? Even though you're 'teaching' something, strive to keep it lighthearted. Be engaging and friendly, but never be too flippant or condescending.

6. Include additional resources atrepparttar 109652 end of each module. These resources could be online references and researches, and even more intensive lessons.

7. Proofread.

8. Insert your promotional texts inrepparttar 109653 beginning, middle or end of each module. However, don't overdo this. People who will request your e-mail workshop are going to see through you once they find out that your promotional texts far outweighrepparttar 109654 lessons and valuable instructions in your e-mail workshop. Put value overrepparttar 109655 content of your e-mail workshop first and your workshop takers will trust you and believe in your expertise.

9. Put your e-mail workshop on autoresponder and setrepparttar 109656 time each module will be sent. You can use free or fee-based autoresponders.

Before you announce your e-mail workshop, test and re-test it first. When you're certain everything is fine, go ahead and announce it.

In "How to Create and Profit from Your Own E-mail Workshops in 3 Days or Less!", Shery includes e-mail workshop outlines and modules she has created and used to sell copies of her other e-books, and promote her sites and fee-based e-mail workshops. And yes, you *can* copy them so you can have your own e-mail workshop up and running in 3 days or less! Visit today.

Email Insights for Your Internet Business!

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You will often see abbreviations in e-mailrepparttar same as you would on message boards, mainly because people are generally lazy typists. Here are just a few ofrepparttar 109651 most widely used:

AFAIK As far as I know BTW Byrepparttar 109652 way IANAL I am not a lawyer, (but…) IMHO In my humble opinion ROTFL Rolling onrepparttar 109653 floor laughing RSN Real soon now RTM Readrepparttar 109654 Manual TIA Thanks in advance

Another biggy in Internet Marketing is spamming! Spam is otherwise known as unwanted e-mail, or junk e-mail that usually promotes unsavory advertising for get-rich-quick schemes or even pornographic offers. The practice of sending these unwanted e-mails is called spamming. E-mail is only considered spam if it is unsolicited. Meaning if you ask for it directly or indirectly, then it isn't spam. My advice – Don't ever spam. You could be kicked off your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and worse.

Lastly, you need to understand about viruses. These days most viruses are spread via e-mail, as attachments to mail messages. Therefore don't ever open attachments from people you don't know, and even people you do know if you weren't expecting it. The Melissa virus fromrepparttar 109655 spring of '99 replicated itself by sending copies of itself torepparttar 109656 first 50 people in your address book, people who know you. It is also advisable to get a firewall (a security system for your computer), if you are going to spend any significant time onrepparttar 109657 Internet, especially if you have a cable modem.

Hopefully, these tidbits of advice will help you in your Internet adventures. So remember, always play nice, take precautions, and treat others as you would like to be treated.

Jill Lewis is webmaster of, Free Netinsights for Your Internet Business. Get the latest tips and tricks on Internet marketing by subscribing to her free Netinsights series of reports, and receive two free e-books as a bonus.

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