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Two Alternatives to a Full-Scale Re-do

This issue is our second one dedicated to the topic of repurposing print documents for the web. In How To Repurpose Print Documents For The Web (archived at http://www.ewriteonline.com/newsletter/issue10R.html), we offered these five questions to help you decide whether your print content is worth the effort repurposing requires:

Getting Your Newsletter or Ezine Past the Spam Filters

GAs if it’s not difficult enough to create high quality content for your newsletter or ezine, there’s a new problem that’s cropped up lately that could have a major impact on your success. That problem is the growing amount of spam that is being sent across the internet, and the many filters that are being put in place to block it.

Why Your Newsletter Isn’t Making Money (…and how to fix it!) Part II

If you’re selling ads to make your newsletter viable, I will guarantee you are losing money! There are at least three reasons why this is true:

Getting Your Newsletter or Ezine Past the Filters

As if it’s not difficult enough to create high quality content for your newsletter or ezine, there’s a new problem that’s cropped up lately that could have a major impact on your success. That problem is the growing amount of spam that is being sent across the internet, and the many filters that are being put in place to block it.

The problem is two-fold. First is the possibility that your newsletter or ezine recipients have activated the spam filters in their email programs, and set them at a high enough level to actually block your legitimate emails to them.

Getting Your Newsletter Past the Spam Filters

As if it’s not difficult enough to create high quality content for your newsletter or ezine, there’s a new problem that’s cropped up lately that could have a major impact on your success. That problem is the growing amount of spam that is being sent across the internet, and the many filters that are being put in place to block it.

Why Your Newsletter Isn’t Making Money (…and how to fix it!)

While there are hundreds of philosophies on how to make money online, one that everyone seems to agree on is this: You’ve Got To Have A Newsletter.

So, everyone goes out and starts one.

Problem is, down the road, it seems that many of these newsletters aren’t making their owners any money. What gives? Is the idea of having your own newsletter just another one of those “guru lies” like “make $10,000 your first month”? Or is there some other reason why some people
are making thousands each month from their newsletter while others are having trouble justifying the time it takes to put it together?

Your newsletter is a ‘keeper’!

Thank you for this issue (How To Manage Your Pay-Per-Click Campaign + Navigation Laws)… AWESOME!

In a time when I’m subscribing and canceling because the initial offer didn’t deliver… Your newsletter is a ‘keeper’!

Promote Your Book With A Newsletter

Publishing an online newsletter is easier than you might think. It just takes a little organization and discipline. It is one of the top ways to promote your book online. For that matter it’s one of the best ways to promote anything online. If you shut out this option you are missing opportunities to sell your book. It’s that plain and simple.

Why Some Newsletters Get *READ* While the Rest Get *TRASHED*!

It’s a simple truth…

Some newsletters seem to attract readers like bees to honey – whilst others seem to struggle to find a marketplace of interested subscribers. But why?

What’s the big difference between success and failure when it comes to publishing your own newsletter? And what should you aim to do, if your goal is to build an army of loyal subscribers?

For the first time ever, acknowledged newsletter expert, Michael Green, reveals his top five hints for creating your own winning newsletter or Ezine publication.

Website and Newsletter Promotion

If you are selling anything, you should have a website. If you are selling ebooks, you should consider it mandatory. How many people do you know who read ebooks but don’t access the Internet? None come to my mind.

The best thing about having a website is that you can quite probably do it free. Later, once you know what you’re doing, you can choose to buy a domain name and pay a hosting service if you want.

You can pay someone to design a gorgeous site for you, loaded with graphics, complete with a secure server and the option to buy right there, but I didn’t. My publisher does the selling. Writing a site yourself, loaded with information and a place to click to send someone to your publisher, is simple.

The Long Range Newsletter Plan

When starting out with your newsletter it’s best to begin with a long range plan so that you’re better organized and you know what your goals are from the beginning. That doesn’t mean you can’t change your goals as you go along because it’s inevitable changes will occur. It’s also a good idea to go over your goals once and a while to know where you are and where you are going. This keeps you focused.

A Guide to Creating Your Own Affiliate Newsletter

Want to publish your own affiliate newsletter? It is something that you should think about doing. It does not have to be every day or even every week. Publish it once a month or periodically if you want.

Thank you for a very useful and enjoyable Newsletter

Hi, Jackie,

Many thanks for the information about the latest batch of Worm Viruses! The active dates and information about where to find “cures” is most welcome.

Why Most Newsletters Fail their Readers and Owners Alike!

Suddenly there are hundreds-of-thousands of newsletter editors out there, publishing a ton of exciting new Titles each month.

So You Want To Be The Pope…or a Newsletter Editor

You think that’s a silly title, huh? It’s not – there are plenty of similarities. You just haven’t thought of them. Yet.

10 Winning Ways to Promote your Online Business

You’ve got your website built, it’s got all the gizmos and gadgets, and your website is “live” on the server. Now what? How do you get customers to your site? You can register with the search engines and directories. There are several good services out there to choose from. How else can you market your website to make it stand above the crowd? Here’s some tips I’ve picked up along the way.

Write a newsletter to get site visitors to return!

Not as many as you would like, I bet! It is a lot easier and less time-consuming to promote your site to people who have *already* visited. So how do you do that? Well, you could:

How to Advertise in Ezines/Newsletters
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Ezine advertising has got to be the cheapest and best form of advertising presently on the ‘Net. When trying to promote your product or Web Site, you need to sit down and think of what publications your target market is reading. The best way to keep informed of advertising opportunities or to find out ad rates is to become a subscriber yourself. Usually you will find the “how to” submit an ad at the bottom of the publication. Many of them will allow new subscribers to place a free ad for subscribing.

A special tip about free .pdf E-book creation for your newsletter

Here’s an interesting tip for those of you who have (or plan to) create an E-book.