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Your Burning Questions about Ezine Publishing....Views: 432
Mar 31, 2006 3:24 pm re: Your Burning Questions about Ezine Publishing....

lisa micklin
Hi Marc,

I was hoping some other publishers would jump in on your question before I did, but maybe everyone's sitting here with the same burning question! :-)

Not to get promotional on you, but I recommend checking out my e-book "Start Your Ezine: The Fluff-Free Guide for the New Publisher." It's available at http://StartYourEzine.com.

I wrote it for folks just like you in mind and it covers pretty much everything you would ever need to know to get started including interactive worksheets to help you get going.

On a more general level, some things to keep in mind:
~ Quality of your list is more important than the Quantity of your list. In other words, be willing to take the time to thoughtfully grow your list with subscribers who want to receive your ezine, not just as many subs as you can get.

~ Valuable content: Offer them value via your content in every issue of your ezine. This will help them eagerly await each issue and position you as someone valuable in your field.

~ Don't overcommit: don't start a daily or a weekly just because you are excited now. It's unprofessional not to deliver your ezine when you say you are going to just because you get burnt out. Start slowly with a monthly. You can always increase the frequency.

~ Remember*why* you are publishing your ezine at all times!

These are just a few ideas off the top of my head. Keep us posted on your launch, and if you have any other questions, ask.


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