“Gong hei fat choy.”
It was the wake-up greeting on the radio when I lived in San Francisco, wishing the city a prosperous Lunar New Year. You heard it all over the city during the Chinese New Year festivities.
This was years before I found myself immersed in international business, but it remains a part of my international background nonetheless.
So to those who celebrate this season, it is my wish to you.
And to all, here is my recommendation to increase your prosperity in 2018:
Is one of these frequently asked questions stopping you from creating a high-value newsletter that can help your business grow quickly and easily?
1. Newsletters seem so “last century.” Do they still work to help businesses grow?
Like most marketing tools that last, newsletters have evolved to meet the environment around them. Newsletters are now delivered online as well as offline. And they incorporate many new options, like social media and clickable links.
To stay relevant, 21st century newsletters find new ways to engage the audience, attract subscribers, and create profits for a business. So look for up-to-date training like C.A.S.H. In With Newsletters with creative tips, tricks and techniques that will help you add a high-value newsletter to your marketing system.
2. Doesn’t it take lots of time to create content for a newsletter?
The single biggest obstacle some people face when publishing a newsletter is consistently creating good content that will magnetically attract their ideal prospects, as well as provide high value to existing customers. This obstacle appears to be a brick wall to them, and it can be hard for them to figure out how to break through and be able to create their compelling content regularly.
Click here to learn 3 shortcuts to help you create consistent, compelling content for your newsletter.
3. How do I know if newsletters are a good fit with my business?
Here are 3 ways you can easily test-drive a newsletter:
1) Use a template from your autoresponder company;
2) Take the FREE 5-Day Newsletter Challenge, which will show you how to use free tools to create your first newsletter; or
3) Purchase a standardized done-for-you newsletter.
Send the newsletter to your email list with a link to a simple survey form so your audience can provide feedback.
Don’t have an email list yet? The C.A.S.H. In With Newsletters training can show you how to use a newsletter to begin building one.
Here’s an easy step-by-step video showing you how to create a newsletter banner in Canva:
Don’t have a newsletter yet? Create your own newsletter in the FREE 5-Day Newsletter Challenge. Click here to get started.
If you think you can’t publish a newsletter because you have to create content, here’s an easy template from Jeff Herring:
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