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* You CAN announce your newsletter to world
- Join various newsletter announcement mailing lists, follow their announcement rules, and announce, announce, announce (There are loads of these lists at http://www.topica.com .)
- Visit following websites
http://www.ezinesearch.com/search-it/ezine/ http://ezinesplus.com http://bestezines.com/submit/
Okay, okay! Your newsletter may be too humble for all this promotion, but at very least make it easy to sign-up on your website. Oh! One other way of promoting your newsletter:
* Make your newsletter a great read!
Add your personality; publish on same date; stick to a similar format; re-read and re-read to remove mistakes; encourage feedback; have clear objectives and *meet them*; and enjoy yourself. But if nothing else, just keep it short!
=> EVEN DO IT YOURSELF!
Writing a newsletter is a bit difficult not to do yourself, I admit. What I mean is that there are many Perl/CGI scripts that allow you to run a newsletter, including subscribe and unsubscribe functions, from your own site. Probably best free resource to do this would be Subscribe Me Lite by CGI Script Center. And you can always do a search at CGI Resources.
http://www.cgiscriptcenter.com - Subscribe Me Lite http://www.cgi-resources.com
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You can find out more about email publishing from following excellent resources.
Writing a newsletter on a regular basis is a great way to keep people returning to your website. There are many tools and resources that show you how. And there are many sites that will publish your newsletter for free (you can even find free content, for goodness sake). Publish a newsletter and get to know your site visitors - and then let them get to know you!
Steve Nash is editor of the popular monthly newsletter called Promote! Promote! Promote! To subscribe, simply visit http://www.HowIPromoteMyWebsite.com . To get more website promotion ideas take his free 7-day e-mail course, called Website Promotion That Works! Sign-up here! mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org