content writing,newsletter
Written by Stu Kushner

How to Start Your Newsletter

writing a newsletters,content writerCreating a newsletter is really one of the easiest, most effective and inexpensive way to connect with both your customers and your employees as well. But a newsletter has to be done right to be effective.

Here are some tips to make your newsletter more effective:

Name your Newsletter. Be creative. ”Amalgamated Widgets” may be your company name, but it‘s hardly something that grabs your attention. And the point is to attract attention. Think out of the box, like “Widget Wonderings”, or “Widget World”. Don’t be afraid to be creative.  You’re not testifying before Congress, you’re attracting clients and customers.

Avoid Hype: Your newsletter should be informative, but not a sales pitch.   Articulate your goals, values, quality and integrity.

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Newsletter,SEO,content writing
Written by Stu Kushner

Blog posts become Newsletter content

Newsletter,SEO,content writing

Our Newsletter

Does this look hard? The thought of creating a monthly newsletter is a huge turn-off for most small business owners. Challenges come up like, “Who has the time?” and “What will I talk about?”. It is the same challenge faced by business owners when we try to encourage them to blog about their expertise on their website. Well, this newsletter is proof that a small business owner can do it. We get it done and we can do it for you.

The most effective use of blog articles on your website are to take those postings and to push them out to your social sites to a Facebook Fan Page, LinkedIn and Twitter. And if you can write just four articles a month, they can be compiled into a newsletter that can be sent out to your email contacts. We use Constant Contact to compose our monthly newsletter. There are a lot of good email systems out there. So, pick one and get to work. You can write just one quick article a week. 350 to 400 words is long enough. Nobody really has the time to read a long story. They want the information and knowledge and they want it fast. So, tell your story, make your point.

And, if you need help, we can write articles, add them to your website, push them out to your social sites and then compile them into a nicely designed monthly newsletter. All you have to do, is send us a check every month. Ha!

Written by Stu Kushner

Deliver the Content Your Customers Want

video (1)Providing your customers with quality content is essential for online marketing success, but failing to provide the type that your connections are looking for can result in missed opportunities.  You need to create content that is related and relatable to your product or service in order to have the greatest impact with both your current customers and prospects.

Prior to pouring every bit of your online marketing efforts into a single medium you’ve got to take the time to figure out if that medium will be the most effective means of reaching your target customer.  Step outside of the business owner mindset and view your approach to

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blogging,online marketing
Written by Stu Kushner

Stimulate Ongoing Conversations by Blogging your Opinion

online marketing,bloggingYou are an authority in your niche and you’ve worked and studied hard to become so.  There is no reason for you to simply report industry news when you can open a platform for dialogue by sharing your personal expert opinion on things that are occurring within your industry.

Some people are afraid of controversy and it is completely understandable to not want to rock the boat too much or to risk offending loyal customers.  There is a difference between attempting to be controversial just for the sake of ruffling feathers and openly sharing your personal view on an industry topic that don’t necessarily agree with though. 

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Written by Stu Kushner

Success Breeds Success

 Internet marketing , website designMost small business owners are willing to devote countless hours of their time to ensure the success of their venture.  While devotion to your business on all fronts is a good thing, it’s important to apply that effort to the most appropriate places if you want to achieve the most effective results.

Far too many small business owners spend too much of their time fixated on analyzing the failures they’ve experienced rather than learning from the successes.  It’s important to remember that even some of the best laid plans won’t always pan out as you had hoped.

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