9 Comments

  1. Vinay Krishna

    10/8/2017 11:44 am

    If a brand sends too many emails, subscribers can feel like you are violating their boundaries and retreat away from you. How to avoid such a thought in subscribers mind?

  2. Liz Willits

    10/11/2017 4:28 pm

    Hi Vinay!

    Thanks for reading my post. There are a couple ways to avoid over emailing your subscribers:

    1. Explain how frequently you’ll email your subscribers in your sign up form before they subscribe. And then reiterate your email frequency in an automated welcome email to subscribers.
    2. Send a survey to your subscribers and ask them how often they’d like to receive emails from you.

    Please let me know if you have any other questions!

  3. Animeyt

    10/12/2017 9:35 pm

    Very useful, thank you Liz Willits

  4. Therese

    10/13/2017 12:00 am

    I just love your website. It gives the best tips on everything digital! I used to follow Hubspot and Social Media Examiner but AWeber is definitely the top pick for me. I always look out for your newsletters. Ever since day one, your newsletters have never ever disappointed. Keep it up!

  5. Rogério

    10/13/2017 10:36 am

    Very good content! It opened my eyes on how to increase my audience.
    I particularly liked the tip about re-using older posts for success. Big idea!

  6. Art Prepare

    10/18/2017 11:07 am

    Thanks for sharing…

  7. Mike

    10/18/2017 8:46 pm

    A blog digest is a great idea. I find that the most time that I spend on putting together an email is the brain storming time and consequently I end up putting off sending any emails. Sending a blog digest is a great way to minimize the time I spend putting emails together but still engage my readers.

  8. Lewis - AWCleanUp

    10/20/2017 8:36 am

    Something we often do is to tell our subscribers the frequency and time they can expect our newsletters. If you can build a loyal following, you’ll find some of them actually wait for your newsletter to land in their inbox at 11am every Monday morning (for example).

  9. School Gamer

    10/20/2017 1:20 pm

    Simple but useful enough. Never knowing a simple email can be so meaningful. Going to try this. Thanks!