1. Anna Corbett

    2/4/2016 6:12 pm

    This article was excellent! I am just beginning with AWEber and re-awakening my emails following a stellar sabbatical. I really appreciated the specific steps for finding out what my community wants, and creating feedback loops. I especially found value with only writing 3 – 5 emails at first, then asking for feedback. This is different information than I have received from others who essentially encourage ‘flooding’ my audience, which never felt organic to me. I really want to offer what the women in my community want. Thank You!!!

  2. Brandon Olson

    2/5/2016 3:51 pm

    You’re welcome, Anna! Happy you liked the article. Let us know if there’s anything in particular we can write about that would help you in your email marketing.

  3. Wendy Tebbutt

    2/5/2016 3:27 pm

    Thank you, Brandon! That was a great post – very helpful in terms of timelines for emailing. I love the idea of a spreadsheet with columns for specific goals, headlines, date to send, etc. You’re talking my kind of language. This will let me plan out (or at least partly plan) a year’s worth of emails, giving my clients information on a single theme over a short series of emails, then moving on to another theme. All the best Wendyht

  4. Brandon Olson

    2/5/2016 3:51 pm

    Glad you found the article useful, Wendy! Best of luck with your planning.

  5. dhanush

    2/13/2016 11:49 pm

    a very good start up guide I have ever seen
    thank you for the info
    very informative

  6. Benjamin Brandall

    2/14/2016 4:31 am

    This is great! I’m just preparing to build a new, smaller list for a campaign on customer success strategy, and this has got me excited to start and given me some real guidance. Thanks