How to Create a Perfect Weekly Newsletter
Publishing a regular newsletter is a great way to
communicate with your target audience.
The newsletters have content that are in
bound with the particular theme of the
company who is producing them. Read More
Why to Write a Weekly Newsletter?
People nowadays usually think that since we
already have social networks like Facebook,
Twitter, Google + etc then what’s the need of
publishing a circular? Well, there is a lot more
professionalism involved when you publish
a circular. Read More
How to Create a Good One?
- Have a goal or target set to be achieved every week. Read
- Stay relevant.
- There should be consistency in the views that you are
presenting through your circular. Read More
- Keep coming up with vibrant themes every week so that your
audience remains in anticipation that what your next circular
is going to be about.
- You may add a quick contest for your readers of whose results
shall be announced in the next circular. Read More
- You can also include a quick ‘point out the difference’ or
‘crossword’ game in the circular in case you have some
space. Read More
How to create it Online?
Using the email to distribute your circular is another
good and relatively inexpensive option for starters.
Use bold letters to highlight the topic of
your circular and add short but to the point content
Add interesting offers to your customers for a
discount, a gift or something that would immediately
grab their attention.
Use a catchy subject line which will attract the
customer to open the circular email right away.
Make sure that they are not too many links in your
email circular as it may distract the reader instantly.
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