How to Choose a Good Newsletter NameWritten by Ladan Lashkari
Good newsletter names are usually 2-4 words. If shorter, they can't explain what your newsletter is about, and if longer, they will be hard to remember.
When choosing a name for your newsletter, make sure its abbreviation is suitable. For example if it's "CNN", you should look for another name because it will confuse your readers.
A good name also describes what your newsletter is about. For example "Affiliate Marketing Insider Tips" is a good name, but "Zapping Tides" is not.
Some people use "the" at beginning of titles or "newsletter" at end - like "The Affiliate Marketing Insider Tips Newsletter." But both of these words are unnecessary and just make your title too long and more difficult to remember.
“I Finally Discovered The Secret To FREE Content No One Else Has!”Written by Mark Kessler
There are many tips and techniques to increase your search engine ranking. One of most powerful, yet simple method is sharing content, as in, writing articles that you then feed to article directories. Done right, this technique will improve link popularity, and drive an enormous amount of targeted traffic to your offer.
Article writing can become a tedious, mind-numbing experience, for a number of reasons. One of biggest hurdles is gathering content that is fresh, valuable, and not easily accessible. Yet, it is tremendously compelling to your target market. Where do you find this kind of information?
Corporate web sites!
I’ve used this technique for several niches, and it’s fairly simple to do. This also works well for product creation, which I’ll explain in a moment.
You are going to do a little digging at first, but once you repeat this process, it becomes fairly simple. Find corporate web site for companies that make products your target market is buying or have an interest in. You might have to do a little ‘link dancing’ to find them.
Once at their site, look for “press room or media center.” There, you will find current and past press releases or white paper releases full of fresh, valuable, and not easily accessible content. (because your competition doesn’t know where to look for it)