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How to create an e-newsletter, quickly and easily

Feb 23, 2015 | How-to-videos, Vee's blog, web tips | 0 comments

Have you got a ferry service to your island?

Your website is a bit like building your business on an island. It’s in the middle of the ocean and it’s not easy to get to. So, you need to provide a regular ferry service to your island.

The Simple and Easy way to set up a newsletter (Ferry Service)

You want potential customers to find you and keep coming back so they can see the solutions you have to their problems, learn to trust you, discover that you are in fact the expert, so that on one of their returning visits to your island, will want you to help them solve their problems because you’re the best and only person who can help them.

The Ferry Service is your email newsletter. It needs to be regular to be effective, and in our time-starved lives it also needs to be simple, quick and easy to prepare.

In this video I show you a very easy and simple way to create your own ferry service (newsletter).

Next steps

Want to create your own ferry service? There’s two options:

Do it yourself

Here’s the link to set up your own ferry service (actually it’s a free 60 day trial to Constant Contact – the tool I demo’d in the video)

Done for you

A lot of our clients prefer us to set up their Constant Contact account as it saves them a huge amount of time. Check out our Newsletter Set Up Service.

 

 

 

 

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