14 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. DNN

    10/9/2017 3:03 pm

    One thing I learned online is that it’s all about creating evergreen content consistently so you’ll always be 1 step ahead of competition. As long as a person keeps that content marketing game on deck, they can always look forward to good search engine rankings in Bing, Google, and YaHoO!, and win new customers 24 hours a day, even while they’re sleeping. That’s the beauty of content creation and making money online around the clock.

  4. Animeyt

    10/12/2017 9:35 pm

    Very useful, thank you Liz Willits

  5. 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!

  6. WalmartOne

    10/13/2017 3:24 am

    Thanks for sharing great stuff mate.

  7. 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!

  8. William

    10/13/2017 4:14 pm

    Sending too many email may seem to be a bad thing, but if you know how to write good content, your users will never get bored of your content, on the contrary they will be looking forward to reading you next email.

    I love your post. Loyal audience is always very gratifying, and i always make sure i have that unsubscribe link at the footer of my email just in-case a user is not happy with my mails. Sad to see them go, but the loyals will be very loyal.

  9. email marketing

    10/13/2017 4:15 pm

    Sending too many email may seem to be a bad thing, but if you know how to write good content, your users will never get bored of your content, on the contrary they will be looking forward to reading you next email.

    I love your post. Loyal audience is always very gratifying, and i always make sure i have that unsubscribe link at the footer of my email just in-case a user is not happy with my mails. Sad to see them go, but the loyals will be very loyal.

  10. Kevin

    10/18/2017 12:45 am

    Great content . Actually goods content more than many skills .

  11. Art Prepare

    10/18/2017 11:07 am

    Thanks for sharing…

  12. 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.

  13. 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).

  14. 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!

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