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3 Money-Making Reasons To Display Your Newsletter!

Submitted by on January 30, 2012 – 12:59 pmOne Comment | 108 views

young man with a crayon - Photo: Julien TromeurIf you write articles for your website, try not to include the affiliate links in the body of your articles: it will give the impression that you have a vested interest in recommending them. You want your visitors to trust your advice, so don’t turn your article into an excuse to promote products and make a commission.

Other ways to get your website noticed are to use article promotion and link exchanges. With link exchanges, you would ad text or graphic links of other related sites onto your site, and they would ad your site information onto their site. This will get your site noticed by more people and will improve your search engine ratings.

Instead of buying links, get one-way links from blog search engines and directories, as well as getting your RSS feed content displayed at other sites.

3 Money-Making Reasons to Display Your Newsletter on Your Website

Seeing is believing. Unless your website visitors can experience your newsletter and appreciate its value, they’re unlikely to join your opt-in, email list. By posting your newsletter on your website, you encourage more visitors to subscribe and you drive more profitable traffic to your website each month.

1. Growing your opt-in email list is one of your most important goals. Your success depends on encouraging a high percentage of website visitors to provide their email addresses and permission to contact them for free via email. Most websites expect visitors to opt-in to email lists without first providing an opportunity for visitors to ‘test drive’ the newsletter. This is like wearing a blindfold when shopping for a car! Thumbnails, reduced size images of newsletters, are not the answer. Visitors are not able to read the value of its information before signing up. As a result, only a small portion of website visitors subscribe and – of those that do – many quickly unsubscribe.

2. Your second biggest goal is to monetize your educational One-Page Newsletter by generating immediate sales. For the first time, you can display your newsletter in the context of other text and graphic elements on a web page. Next to your newsletter, for example, you can display links to promotional coupons or links to special offers described on other pages of your website. This is important because fewer and fewer firms are distributing formatted newsletters as email attachments. Instead, they are driving traffic to their website each month by sending short emails announcing the page on their website where they have posted the latest issue. You can now easily convert this traffic into sales!

So many people have hopes and aspirations outside of their cubicles, but they seldom have the chance to explore these avenues because work and family commitments clash to severely leave any extra time for themselves.

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Before spending a lot of time and money marketing an affiliate program, always check it out first. There are a number of ways to do this.

3. The third money-making reason for displaying your newsletter on your website is higher readership. More visitors to your website will likely read your newsletter because they don’t have to first download it. This leads to more sign-ups. The more attractive and informative your newsletter, the more likely visitors will sign-up to receive it. You can prove the consistent high value of your newsletter by adding descriptive links to earlier issues.

Although Acrobat Reader PDF format is ideal for distributing newsletters with typography and formatting intact, it is not useful for previewing newsletters.

Macromedia’s Contribute 2 is a software program that incorporates Flash Paper technology. With Contribute 2, you can easily add a readable, zoomable and printable version of your formatted newsletter to a page of your website.

This means that visitors to your website, without doing anything else, can immediately read and print your newsletter. The newsletter on your website will be an exact replica of the original.

Flash Paper versions of your newsletters complement Acrobat versions of the copies you print on your office printer. For the first time, you can combine the credibility and constant visibility of educational newsletters with sales created by free, targeted promotional messages.

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One Comment »

  • Steve says:

    Great article. It’s really important to monetize the articles and newsletters that we create.

    Finding and trying an affiliate before we promote it will allow us to have a much more genuine recommendation. If we try the product and it sucks, then we shouldn’t recommend it to our readers.

    If we don’t try the product and it sucks, then our readers will lose trust in us and we won’t sell anything!

    Steve.

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