There was a lot to be learned from Houston’s Blog Elevated conference but one of the main things that has stuck with me was from presenter Rae Hoffman. She was speaking about the importance of an email subscriber list. Honestly a lot of the email marketing never really made sense to me until this conference.
Simply put, why rely on other sources to ensure your contacts? If you are here visiting my site and you are reading, commenting and we are engaging then I would like to have you in my subscriber list to keep in touch with you. My intent is never for you to come and read one article and never return. Maybe you aren’t finding what you need and you contact me and we find your answer. It’s possible I could turn that solution into part of my How To Tips to help others.
I’m guilty of subscribing to a lot of content but there is a lot of good information out there. My top favorite newsletter comes from Amy Lynn Andrews. Now there could be more but she is the one that sticks out in my mind. She calls it a “Useletter” and isn’t that smart? I do find them useful.
That is what I would like to develop with my readers, information they can use not just regenerating what’s in my blog posts. I’m asking you for help this time around, share with me your likes and dislikes about newsletters in the comments. I would love your feedback. Today’s question is…
Who is Writing Your Favorite Newsletters?
Be sure to come back next Friday for another random question here on A Renaissance Woman.
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“Welcome to this week’s edition of Aloha Friday. In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response. If you’d like to participate, just post your own question on your blog and leave your Aloha Friday post link below. Also, please consider linking back to this post so that others can join in, too! Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends!” – Kailani