December 13, 2017 | Outsourced E-Newsletters
So how many e-newsletters did you send this year?
12? 7? 3?
If it wasn’t the number you planned on back in January, now is the perfect time to think about how to meet your e-newsletter goal in 2018.
Here at Mail on the Mark, we talk about e-newsletters with a lot of people. For some reason, it’s most common for them to say they want to send out a monthly newsletter.
But when people get busy, there always seems to be something else that takes priority. It might be a critical client work, writing a proposal, or a family vacation that throws everything off kilter. It might be simply not knowing what to say. And who hasn’t thought, “I’ll work on this later”? Until suddenly the month has slipped away.
Infographic: Should You Outsource Your E-Newsletter?
You might even see yourself somewhere in this infographic…
As we come to the end of the year, it’s a good time to review whether you actually sent out your e-newsletter as you planned.
Spoiler—you probably didn’t.
Your e-newsletter is likely something you know you should do—it can mean getting your name in front of prospects over and over—but you aren’t doing it.
We can take over where you leave off
Ask yourself why not. Do you not like to write? Are you not sure what to write about? Is it too hard to make the newsletter looks good? Are you just too busy? What keeps you from hitting send?
All of these are things our clients have said to us. Knowing why you aren’t doing this all-but-guaranteed marketing project on a regular basis is the first step to getting them done. Because once you know that, we can help. We can research, write, design, and send your newsletter on whatever schedule you like, or we can do just one portion of that. Your email list is made up of people who have already indicated they’d like to hear more from you—why not take them up on it in 2018?
Set up a free consultation where we’ll map out an email marketing plan and provide a free estimate for getting your newsletter into your prospects in-box on a regular basis.