Foolproof Proofreading

One of the distinguishing factors between a professional newsletter that promotes your expertise and one that makes you look more amateurish is proofreading. But proofreading your own work can be harder than you think. Here are some tips that will help you catch more errors. Don’t let deadlines make you skip the proofreading step. Run […]

Overcoming Newsletter Procrastination

If I had a buck for every newsletter that was ever intended…and then put off, sometimes indefinitely…I’d be a super wealthy woman! The problem is that every week that goes by without your newsletter “touching” those in your market is an opportunity lost. An opportunity to demonstrate your caring expertise, to build credibility and trust, […]

Syncing Up Articles and Promotions

Coordinate your articles with upcoming workshops or teleseminars you’ll be giving, using the newsletter to generate interest in the event. In fact, if you are preparing to launch a program or a product, do a series of articles related to the topic of your program in three to four newsletters leading up to the event. […]

Using Guest Authors in Your Newsletter

I’m often asked about using other people’s articles in your own newsletter. Whether you get them directly from the author or from an article directory, you’ll need to include the author’s name and a “bio box,” where the author lists his/her expertise and provides a website for readers to learn more. Here are three considerations: […]