How to make money online with a newsletter

Written by Joel Teo

How to make money online with a newsletter

By Joel Teo 2005 All Rights Reserved Globally

Many online internet marketers tell us “its all inrepparttar list” and many people lap up stories of guru’s emailing thousands in their online list and making a huge profit inrepparttar 145113 process. Actually you too can start your own email list and make money from it as well. This article will highlight six tips on how you can make more money from your own email list.

1.Have a paragraph to disclose something personal so as to create trust between yourself and your newsletter reader

Most people fail to realize thatrepparttar 145114 reader of a newsletter is very much a person like you and me and they have emotions and feelings and are not reading your newsletter purely for repparttar 145115 topic at hand but they need to trust you before they can purchase stuff you recommend. A good way to create trust in your newsletters is to add a personal touch to your emails with some personal revelation that can connect you with your readers. The greater your readers trust you,repparttar 145116 more likely they will purchaserepparttar 145117 stuff that you recommend thus earning you a commission inrepparttar 145118 process.

2.Spend time keeping up with your area of interest To be able to capture and keep your newsletter audience, it is important that you remain on top of your area of interest. Spending some time daily keeping up to date with your area of interest by reading online news websites and online magazines is a good way to keep up to date. When your tips are current and effective, your readers will thank you and this increasesrepparttar 145119 chances of them telling their friends about your newsletter.

You might want to write some good articles on trends and developments in your area as well and publish them in article directories and then refer to your own articles in your newsletter so as to establish your credibility and authority in your area of interest. The greater influence that you hold over your newsletter readers would mean greater profits for you when you should choose to email them a special offer.

3.Answer your newsletter subscribers Many newsletter publishers are very happy when their newsletter subscribers actually takerepparttar 145120 time to email them and ask them questions. This helps create trust and you can always grab a free testimonial for your newsletter after you have successfully helped your newsletter reader.

Onrepparttar 145121 other hand, ignoring your subscribers questions is detrimental as you could see and increase in newsletter subscription opt out. Sorepparttar 145122 simple solution is to takerepparttar 145123 time replying to emails and questions posed to you.

The Three Principles Of Image Optimization

Written by George Peirson

Are you losing visitors to your web site due to slow page load times? Is your site being penalized becauserepparttar images on your site are too large? Are you able to capture your visitor’s attention inrepparttar 145098 first 10-15 seconds that they are on your site?

All of these problems can be caused by an improperly optimized web page. In other words,repparttar 145099 page loads too slowly and your visitor leaves before you have had a chance to hook them.

Optimizing a page for quick load times can be broken down into 3 broad categories:repparttar 145100 basic coding ofrepparttar 145101 page, scripts that are used onrepparttar 145102 page, and images. Of these three, images that are too large can haverepparttar 145103 most significant impact on load times and therefore haverepparttar 145104 greatest potential for improved page loading times if properly optimized.

A brief primer on image types

There are many image formats in common use on web sites,repparttar 145105 three most popular being GIF, JPEG, and to a lesser extent Flash content. We will be limiting our discussion to GIF and JPEG images, with a specific focus on still images.

Each of these image formats has their strengths and weaknesses. GIF or Graphics Interchange Format was developed by CompuServe beforerepparttar 145106 Internet boom as a way to share images onrepparttar 145107 CompuServe service. Due to limitations with screen resolutions and color depths atrepparttar 145108 time, GIF images were limited to showing up to 256 colors, more colors were imitated by Dithering, a process of foolingrepparttar 145109 eye into seeing one color by using 2 or more sets of color dots spaced too closely forrepparttar 145110 eye to distinguish separately.

Imagine a chessboard with black and white squares. When viewed closely we can distinctly seerepparttar 145111 individual squares, but if we back off far enough we will no longer be able to discernrepparttar 145112 individual squares and instead we will see one large grey square,repparttar 145113 black and white squares merging together in our eyes to form one solid color. This isrepparttar 145114 concept behind dithering.

The JPEG file format onrepparttar 145115 other hand is a newer format that can handle millions of colors easily. The initial drawback to JPEG images is that they do contain many more colors, and each color requires some coding for display, makingrepparttar 145116 file size larger.

Speeding up image load times

The main idea behind making an image load faster is to makerepparttar 145117 file size smaller. This can be accomplished in two ways, you can either makerepparttar 145118 dimensions ofrepparttar 145119 image smaller, or decreaserepparttar 145120 amount of coding that is required to displayrepparttar 145121 image.

The easiest way to reduce an images file size is to reducerepparttar 145122 image’s physical dimensions. In other words,repparttar 145123 smallerrepparttar 145124 image,repparttar 145125 smallerrepparttar 145126 file size. Imagine an image that is a square 80 pixels by 80 pixels. The number of pixels contained inrepparttar 145127 image is 80x80 or 6400 individual pixels. If we reducerepparttar 145128 image size by one half to 40 pixels by 40 pixels we then have 40x40 or 1600 pixels. So reducingrepparttar 145129 image size in half reducesrepparttar 145130 file size to one fourth ofrepparttar 145131 original.

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