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Participation - Build interest by featuring member responses. Testimonials, question and answer feedback, etc. Showing peer involvement will help fuel interest, spur interaction.
Punctuality - Try to maintain a regular delivery schedule. Not only will this reflect your dedication to professionalism, and organization, it gives your readers something planned to look forward to. Helpful Hint - Run an article, or free course, *series*, whenever possible. This will give your members even more of a reason to read next, and subsequent, issues.
Well, there you have it.
Match your newsletter up to 5 "P's criteria, and I'm sure your subscribers, and you, will benefit from results.
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Good luck in your ventures. Mike Merz Internet Marketing For Newbies
Mike Merz is a well-known Internet marketing consultant, specializing in Online Marketing newbie start ups, and owner of the Top5News Group, featuring Internet Marketing For Newbies < http//im4newbies.com >