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A great way to stay in constant contact with your customers is to have a regularly set newsletter. Newsletters not only give you an opportunity to communicate the latest news to your customers such as what podcasts your featured on or interviews you are doing, new products that are available, or even newly released blogs; it is also a way for you to build a relationship with your customers.
But we know weeks get busy and It's not easy to get a new newsletter out each and every week.
The newsletter section helps make it easy. Here you can set up the basic frame work for your newsletter such as the Newsletter name, who it goes to, email settings, and the schedule. Once you set up your schedule you'll be able to see all the drafts, queued, and delivered newsletters from a single screen so you can get started writing as many as you want ahead of time, easily find them, and get them scheduled delivered in order. Giving you a chance to get ahead of the game. And the best part, you can set up a reminder schedule so that the system tells you it's time to write or send a new newsletter. You'll never miss a newsletter again!
Creating a Newletter
The first step to using the newsletter section is to set up the basic framework of your newsletter- What it is called, who it goes to, where it is being set, how often it is delivered, and of course when you want the system to remind you to write it.
Here is the step by step......
- Go into "Newsletters" under broadcasts
- Click the add new
- Give your newsletter a name
- Set your schedule (either weekly or monthly) and choose your start date
- Choose the list the newsletter is going to go out to (You can only pick one, you'll need to repeat the process if you have more then one list to send a newsletter to)
- Set your email settings such as subject line, sender email and reply to email
- And then set up your reminder schedule
Once you have set the above you are now ready to begin writing your newsletters!
When you go into the newsletter section you will see the newsletter listed, click on it's name and you will be taken into the email queue for that newsletter. And we are ready to begin writing the newsletters themselves.
- Click the "add a newsletter" button under Queued
- Edit the subject name and any other email settings needed
- Once you click next next you'll be taken into the body field where you can write your email just like you would any other broadcast
- Click next again and you are taken into the broadcast overview screen where you will need to hit the blue Queue newsletter button once you have completed all edits
Not ready for it be scheduled? Have more edits to make? That's ok just don't hit that blue button and it will remain in draft mode, and easy find by coming back to that specific newsletter schedule. This allows you to get started writing as many of the newsletters you want ahead of time. Saving you time in the long run. Note the Draft, Queued, and Delivered newsletters will also appear in the broadcast section.