Newsletters: Your Readers and You

Written by William *Wild Bill* Montgomery

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As forrepparttar Personality in your Newsletter, every newsletter will take on a life of its own. You must controlrepparttar 124241 personality that it portrays. Be careful what personality traits you give your newsletter and how much personality you give it. Remember that your primary goal is to supply information. Saverepparttar 124242 bulk of your thoughts for welcome messages and editorials. Be careful how you convey your personal thoughts in your newsletter. What could be meant as an editorial thought could be a disastrous mistake that costs you subscribers.

You will find that your readers will write to you with questions, comments, and often complaints. Don't forget these arerepparttar 124243 same people that can controlrepparttar 124244 fate of your newsletter. Treat them as you would any life giving force. Your subscribers are (99%) intelligent, well-mannered people seekingrepparttar 124245 wisdom of your print. They will express their own ideas and desires. They will ask you for your input and thoughts. Often this may be impossible, but one of your top priorities should be to respond to your readers with honest, informative information with a touch of "you" thrown in.

Keep in mind that for every one malcontented feedback message that you receive there are hundreds or thousands that are happy, but never write. Think about it. How many times do you write just to tell somebody they are doing a great job, as compared to how many times you have written to complain about a product or service?

In closing I would like to say that it's your job to get "their" newsletter out on schedule each and every time. Your subscribers will come to expect and yes, even sometimes demand their newsletter on time and intact. Consider yourself a "Mailman". Neither rain nor shine, or sickness shall deter you from your duty. If you are publishing a serious newsletter and arerepparttar 124246 sole person doing this insurmountable job, do yourself a favor and get a laptop if you haven't already. I myself have published from bed with a fever and all overrepparttar 124247 country while on vacation, and you probably will too!

Happy Publishing!

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5 Keys To A Succesful Ezine

Written by Al Martinovic

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You can create your own products around your list, get resale rights to an existing product to offer to your list or you can join an affiliate program.

Now, I admit... 1-4 can get pretty expensive especially if you are on a tight budget.

TIP #1: You can go here and get all of what I just mentioned in one package and it's super cheap.

5 - Leads Every ezine no matter how big or small needs no or low cost ways of attracting more subscribers.

You can advertise your ezine by submitting to ezine directories, announcement lists, by writing articles, or doing joint ventures such as ad swaps just to name a few. The problem is... all of this can become time consuming.

TIP #2: There is a software that will automate your entire submission process to everything I just mentioned.

TIP #3: There is a site that will bring you new subscribers for only 5 minutes of work.

There you have it. By no means is this a complete list but by gettingrepparttar basics down and followingrepparttar 124240 TIP's I just mentioned, you are well on your way to a profitable ezine.

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