Marketing your Home Business through Newsletters

Written by Paul Jesse


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Most of these budget newsletter services offer free trial periods, online tutorials and some form of live help, via either a toll-free number or live online option. They do their best to offer more, to ensure you will choose their particular service.

You should be able to find one of these services by doing a simple online search. Packages start at just $10.00 per month. Many offer a 30-day free trial, unlimited subscriber lists, unlimited email layouts and unlimited campaigns. Some also offer image hosting which eliminatesrepparttar need to place newsletter images on your website.

Submit your newsletter information to various no-cost online newsletter directories or submit a press release. You will certainly notice an increase in subscriber numbers. You wonít receive hundreds of subscribers overnight, but you will attract readers that probably would not have found you otherwise. Letís face it, every new subscriber is a potential customer and obtaining new customers is what you are striving for!

Newsletters do work. With a little effort on your part they will work for you, even if your marketing budget is a small one.

Paul Jesse is a retired government employee and author of numerous home business articles. http://www.breastfeedbaby.com


Learn How To Be A Successful eBay Seller

Written by Lewis Leake


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Although eBay accepts just about every type of item, there are a few exclusions such as explosions, corrosive material, etc. Before you go throughrepparttar entire process of listing your items, make sure you are not listing something forbidden by checking outrepparttar 141292 doís and doníts listed on eBay.

Competitor Analysis

Just like any other business, you need to know what your competitors are doing. This will help you makerepparttar 141293 best possible decision when it comes to your own auction. Before listing your items, do a search forrepparttar 141294 same type items to see what their descriptions looks like. Find different aspects from different sellers and use them to form one comprehensive site for yourself.

Community Boards

Pay attention torepparttar 141295 community boards provided by eBay. They offer valuable information and helpful tips that can ultimately save you time and effort.

Category Guide

Use eBayís Category Guide, which is a helpful tool to ensure you place your auction items inrepparttar 141296 appropriate category.

When to List

The time of day you list your auction is important. The start time will berepparttar 141297 same asrepparttar 141298 end time, which is why it is so important. If you want your auction to end at 10:00 p.m. on a Sunday night, you need to haverepparttar 141299 auction start at 10:00 p.m. For this reason, be sure to setrepparttar 141300 start time accordingly.

Do your Homework

In addition to researching what other people are selling similar items for, you need to conduct your own research outside of eBay as well to determinerepparttar 141301 going rate for your items. As an example, if you are selling artwork, jewelry, or collectibles, you need to state in your descriptionrepparttar 141302 going price. Although you may or may not get that price fromrepparttar 141303 buyer, it shows buyers that you have done your homework and will stand a little more firm in your price. It also tells buyers that they are getting quality for a good price.

When it comes to selling on eBay,repparttar 141304 door of opportunity stands wide open. Opportunity is what you decide to make of it. As mentioned inrepparttar 141305 beginning, people literally buy and sell just about everything on eBay. For this reason, do not think that items you have would not be of interest to anyone because more than likely, they will be.

Lewis Leake is the webmaster of GrowNetProfits.com - subscribe to his GrowNetProfits Newsletter and get Work From Home Tools, Articles, Tips and Resources delivered to you twice a month. http://www.grownetprofits.com -- Also get access to his new Subscriber's Membership Site.


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