How Can You Write A Hot Newsletter? – Part 3Posted by Mert Erkal on Jun 17, 2009 in Internet marketing | 1 comment
In the first two parts we took a look at the key essentials to write a hot newsletter. Now let’s take a look at things to avoid and things to do in order to write a hot newsletter.
Things To Avoid For Writing a Hot Newsletter
- Make sure your newsletters don’t have typos, grammar mistakes, and spelling errors. This is vital for having a professional looking newsletter.
- Don’t write long sentences. Keep your sentences short. Short sentences are easy to scan and understand. Your subscribers are busy. They don’t have enough time to read two pages long newsletters. Make your newsletter so well that they can easily scan it in a few seconds.
- Do not list email addresses in the TO field. Your subscribers will not be happy when they see that you are sharing their email addresses with others.
- Do not provide broken links. Check each one of them carefully before you send.
- Do not try to fool your subscribers. They know that you are trying to sell something to them. But don’t overdo this. The fewer, the better.
Things To Do For Writing a Hot Newsletter
- Content is the key element of a hot newsletter. Be creative when writing content for your newsletter.
- Your open and response rate will increase if you add value to your subscribers businesses with every newsletter.
- Spend most of your time thinking about how to create a subject line and content that is going to be the most attractive one for your audience.
In the next part we will take a look at the subject lines, body, and style of a hot newsletter.