I am writing this letter to thank you for all hard work and dedication you give to your ezine and to us, your subscribers.
I consider ezines a treasure trove of free, beneficial information. It is from articles you offer me that I get most of my valuable "how to" information. You must be psychic because you seem to understand exactly what I need to know to cut through confusion in this fascinating medium called "Internet Marketing."
Some of you donít have many "how to" articles, but instead concentrate on trying to inspire me. You seem to work very hard to make sure I have right Mental Marketing Mindset. I love your ezine just as much. Athletes must exercise their bodies, but very best of them also work on having right attitude to win. The articles you write and ones you select have helped to form and shape my attitude so that I can become a winner in marketing game. Itís no coincidence that I feel more like a winner in life as well.
I want to thank you for offering me opportunity to place a free ad in your ezine every week. You donít have to do this. I particularly like those of you who make me REALLY work on my headlines by only allowing a 2-line ad.
Some of you donít offer free ads and thatís okay. Because content in your newsletter is so good, I just enjoy reading and learning from what you have to offer.
Now...there are some of you who really took to heart notion that if you publish an ezine you can make a fortune promoting all of your affiliate programs. And it seems thatís all you display in your ezine. You donít offer me solid content; you donít give me tools I need to learn and grow as a Net marketer. Your ezine feels greedy to me. But Iím not worried about you because I no longer subscribe to your publication.
And...some of you publish an electronic billboard. It seems like your ezine consists of nothing but ads from subscribers. I donít mind if you publish a regular issue with articles and then a separate one with just ads. I enjoy studying and analyzing issue with ads. What Iím talking about is fact that your ezine starts with YOUR affiliate programs. In middle, an article Iíve already read in 15 other ezines weeks ago and 25-50 free subscriber ads. They are crowded together like cattle being herded to market. But Iím not worried about you because I no longer subscribe to your publication.