Write a newsletter by creating valuable content, maintaining a professional design, writing an engaging subject line or opening line, and carefully managing the list of recipients. If sending the newsletter via email, also build an opt-in list, and use an email provider rather than Outlook. Such providers offer reporting services so you can see how well the newsletter performs.Continue Reading
The newsletter content should focus less on the sender and more on information and content useful to the newsletter recipients. Examples of this include guides on how to perform useful tasks relevant to recipients' jobs or background information regarding some aspect of their jobs. If content is not relevant, users are much more likely to dismiss invitations to join a mailing list. By polling or surveying recipients as well as analyzing their behaviors, you can better create customized and relevant newsletter content.
Begin the newsletter with an engaging first line or subject line. Ways to do this include asking questions or stating the benefits of the newsletter content. The subject should be short, dynamic and enticing while still being descriptive of the real content inside the newsletter.
Carefully manage the list of newsletter recipients. If individuals unsubscribe or email addresses are no longer functioning, cease sending these individuals newsletters immediately. Otherwise, you risk being blacklisted by the customer or recipient and court potential legal problems for sending unsolicited content.Learn more about Marketing & Sales