Do you have a newsletter as part of your website offerings?
If not, why not?
If so, are you getting the fullest out of your newsletter readership?
I just read an article that reminded me of what I really should have already been doing. Fact is, tutorials from companies like Aweber highly encourage people to use their Aweber autoresponders.
NOTE: This advice applies for all automated newsletter services and not just Aweber. I refer to Aweber because it is my own personal favorite among automated newsletter services.
So why have I not been using the Aweber autoresponder services?
* I am working 2 personal businesses and 1 part time job as we get things going with Internet Marketing.
* I am writing 3 articles a day for 3 separate projects that we are getting up and running.
* I am in a new marriage that needs time and attention given to it for continued growth.
Simply put, I just don't have the time. Can you relate from your own personal life event requirements? I'm betting you can.
However, after hearing this one bit of advice those excuses are all behind me starting today.
I truly believe this will work for you also.
Here it is…
Every time you write a newsletter to your subscribers, which you should be doing at least on a weekly basis, put an undated copy of your letter in your autoresponder account as well.
You want to make sure that it does not contain time sensitive data that would not make sense being received 6 months from today. But other than that, your new readers have never seen your newsletter. So as long as the information is still current and up-to-date the information will be valuable to them.
Therefore, to get the most mileage from your newsletter readership use Aweber autoresponders. They are worth their weight in gold.
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