Content Writing Packages – Newsletters

If you’re looking for a way to grow your business, the answer might be as close as your email inbox.

88% percent of people with internet access read their email every day and spend about six hours per week on them. And since many businesses now rely on email marketing campaigns to stay afloat, it would make sense that more businesses are considering their own newsletters.

A newsletter is an opportunity to build relationships with current customers and potential new ones through valuable content delivered directly into their inboxes each month. If you’ve already got a blog and social media pages up, then you don’t need another platform; just add a monthly newsletter in addition to those efforts for even bigger results!

It’s time to start thinking about how you can create, deploy and promote your own company newsletter!

Newsletters!

Need great content to engage your audience, but don’t have enough time or content to do it? Here is the solution!

Newsletter

Saving your time!

$50

Provided with 1 version

Up to 600 words

2 revision requests available

Delivered in 15 days

Creating engaging content for your subscribers, that powerfully broadcasts the value of your offer

What are the Benefits?

Monthly email newsletters can provide a number of benefits for your business. They can help you to stay in touch with your customers, keep them updated on your latest products and services, and build relationships with them. Additionally, monthly email newsletters can help you to generate more leads and traffic to your website, and increase brand awareness.

People want to receive information that is interesting, helpful and relevant. By providing ideas and advice for your audience, you are giving them something they will look forward to reading each month in their newsletter. This helps to engage with your target audience, which can ultimately turn them into leads or customers.

By giving your customers something that no one else has access to, you are creating a sense of exclusivity. This can lead to subscribers feeling as though they have an advantage over the general public because they receive your products and services before anyone else does.

Including links within your newsletter helps you to drive traffic to your website, increase brand awareness, and build backlinks. This is because most email service providers (ESPs) like Aweber and Mailchimp will include a footer link at the bottom of each newsletter that points to your website. You can also create links within your content by mentioning products and services in articles, and including a link back to your website for readers to find out more information about them.

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