Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Power of A Newsletter

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A newsletter is a great method of communicating with your customer base. It is sent out on a periodic basis, is an easy form of conveying exciting new products or events, and is something your customers can really look forward too. There are so many forms of communicating with customers, a newsletter can be the basis that gets snipped to Twitter or Google+.

Start the Newslist

A newslist can be a very valuable business tool for several reasons and can be established by placing an “Email Sign-Up for More Information” on your home page. This will begin to generate excitement among your customer base for new information, products, etc. After you have begun a newslist, it’s time to use it!

Generate Excitement and Make Money!

You have a database of potential customers at your fingertips now and it’s time to utilize it to build your business. There are several different methods that you can utilize with a newslist. You can use it to generate excitement behind new products and services. It doesn’t have to strictly be a monthly sales email. Use it to show happy customers, new services, coming soon, success stories, and more! Make it something for customers to look forward to.

 Additionally, use and monitor a newslist to test out new products. If you want to see demand for a product you are considering or in the process of making, then create a web page about the potential product, its features or services, and attach the option for joining the newsletter to learn more! If you see a shall influx of new signups, it may be a good sign that the product is in high demand.

Ultimately, It’s Worth It.

As you can see a newsletter is a very useful tool for interacting with customers to deliver information. It is worth it for your website to have a newsletter that customers can have the option of following. They may prefer to hear from you through email than over methods like Twitter or Google+.

If you’re looking to establish a newsletter, contact DBC Digital for help in creating a powerful design and implementation.

Written by Nick Rizzi. Connect with him on Google+ here .

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