Why All The Fuss About A Good Management System?

Written by Joachim P. Dyndale

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So you could actually send your newsletter/ezine to 1000-2000 subscribers in one day, if you worked hard. But you wouldn't have time to answer any email you get from your subscribers. And more importantly, you wouldn't have much time to work on getting more subscribers! Not to mentionrepparttar fact that all that manual work is extremely boring and you probably wouldn't be able to keep at it for very long.

Having 1000 subscribers should be your first short-term goal. That's right - Short term! Do you think you'd be able to achieve this working like a maniac on allrepparttar 116828 tedious tasks involved with managing a newsletter/ezine? If you do then you need to go back torepparttar 116829 top of this article and read it again. If you still thinkrepparttar 116830 manual way is THE way, then I have failed miserably and you need to contact me so that I can explain it to you properly. Really.

A good management system automates things like adding subscribers to your opt-in list, removing subscribers who have requested it, personalizing every message sent to your subscribers, sending each message as a solo-email to each subscriber, keeping statistics that will allow you to track your success, sending email to your entire list or just a small ultra-highly targeted portion of your list at any time inrepparttar 116831 relatively near future and so on.

In other words, a good management system will save you A LOT of time, which again means that you can spend your time getting more subscribers. Even though you start small, you don't want to stay small, do you?

So if you want to build a LARGE list of opt-in subscribers, then you need to get organized and start using a good management system right fromrepparttar 116832 start. Your list is your own personal gold mine, and you should treat it as such. Don't risk making a mess of your gold mine by not being organized right fromrepparttar 116833 start.

I wish yourepparttar 116834 best of luck in your list-building adventure. Go for it! Have a great day...


Joachim Dyndale is the publisher of The Home Business Success Ezine, which provides *proven* internet marketing and home business information to people new to this business as well as to highly experienced people. Want to read more of his articles? Check out his ezine at http://www.the-home-business-success-ezine.com/

The True Cost of Self-employment

Written by Kenny Herbold

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The second highest benefit cost is your retirement benefits. Your employer’s 401(k) match guarantees an immediate return of up to 100% on your money, depending on how much your company will match and how much you contribute. If your company has a defined benefit pension plan, you are losing a guaranteed income in retirement. You are also taking onrepparttar additional risk because you are 100% responsible for investingrepparttar 116827 money to replace it.

These are only a few ofrepparttar 116828 largest items that make uprepparttar 116829 30 – 40% of your salary that will become your responsibility when you become self-employed. Your company might be paying for many other perks also. Some other things you might want to consider are

# company car (this includes gas and maintenance) # annual or performance bonuses # professional training or expenses (including professional journal or society dues) # software license that let you use programs like Microsoft Office programs on your home computer # vacation pay (that’s right, you no longer get paid when you take days off)

All of these, and any others you might be able to think of will needed to be included inrepparttar 116830 total cost of becoming self-employed.

I hope you don’t think I’m trying to discourage you from finally being able to become your own boss. I just know thatrepparttar 116831 excitement of finally making this move can make us forget about some ofrepparttar 116832 “extras” we are receiving. You are considering a very serious change and need to make sure thatrepparttar 116833 benefits are going to outweigh ALL ofrepparttar 116834 costs.

Kenny Herbold is a benefit plan consultant and internet entrepreneur. To read more articles by Kenny visit http://www.work-at-home-jobs-missouri.com. To help calculate the real cost of leaving your job behind visit http://www.BenefitInfoPage.com

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